The existence of an 8GB model of Apple’s hot iPhone 3GS looks more likely if you take a gander at this webpage from Rogers Wireless of Canada.
There it is in full public view in a comparison chart — the iPhone 3GS is available in 32GB, 16GB and — now — 8GB.
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Before we talk about the Apple (NSDQ: AAPL)/Mac tablet that Stefan absolutely believes is a crock of bullshit, let’s talk about the latest iPhone OS 3.1 beta release. The still-developing iPhone OS 3.1 beta contains a USBConfiguration.plist that refers to some sort of “iProd” device. The mystery device indicates configurations for “standardMuxPTPEthernet” and “AppleUSBEthernet,” both of which are used by the iPhone.
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Apple’s demand for flash memory is proving insatiable in the run-up to new iPods, according to one report. Also, Samsung has developed technology that could increase the processor speed of future Apple handhelds.
Toshiba may be overwhelmed by Apple memory orders
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Last Thursday, 25 year-old Sun Danyong committed suicide after a fourth-generation iPhone prototype he was responsible for went missing. It’s a story, from what tech-industry friends in China tell me, of how Apple’s secretive ways send extreme pressure all the way down the company’s international supply chain.
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A whole bunch of new patents were just released by Apple. They detail several potential new features that we could see hit with the next generation of iPhone. Here’s what you Apple fans can look forward to getting on your smartphones soon;
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Seemingly confirming Apple’s basic iPhone product strategy for next week, T-Mobile Netherlands’ phone catalog is showing 16GB and 32GB iPhones for 2009 as well as a possible 8GB model.
A pair of tips show an entry known as “iPhone 2009” in both black and white for the two identified capacities, hinting that Apple will no longer reserve a second color option for its best model.
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Next week at Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference the company will be unveiling its new iPhone, a device that will sport a built-in 3D graphics chip, operate on a new, higher-speed network and hit mid-July, sources tell Kotaku.
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The iPhone 3.0 operating system is tantalizingly close to completion — but don’t plan on lining up at the Apple Store for a new phone just yet. That’s because it’s unlikely the OS will be ready for consumers to download by next week’s Worldwide Developers Conference, which Apple is hosting. And without the promised software, Apple is unlikely to release new phone hardware to go with it.
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Thanks to faithfull reader Regis.
Finger licking big screen to kick Pre’s ass!
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iSpazo recently received an image of what appears to be the new iPhone model.
The picture appears to be taken from a computer inside the Apple site. It has the rumoured black frame and a front camera, video calls maybe?
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