We are hearing several rumors from the start of this year that Apple not going to kick out hardware update to its iPhone series, and Apple has also confirmed the news while kicking out the Press Release of WWDC 2011, by saying this that World Wide Developer Conference is dedicated to Software update, means no update and they did same as they said. They only revealed the next generation iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion, but didn’t say a word about the next generation iPhone, but now it seems that Apple is testing and developing next generation iPhone secretly, making people fool by giving “No iPhone This Year” statement. The folks of 9to5mac with their sources believe that Apple is currently testing iPhone 5 among the high-level Apple Executives and reaches its final stage “AP” of testing.
Although this has been assumed since the no-iPhone-at-WWDC-rumors broke, the current plan is for a September launch for the next-generation iPhone.
Apple and Verizon have yet to strike a deal regarding FaceTime over 3G for the Verizon network. Keep in mind that 3G and 4G aren’t the same thing. < Don’t read into that too much. Or maybe do.
According to them, Apple is already in talk with Verizon to launch FaceTime over 3G Network, we have already spotted some internal settings in the iOS 5 SDK which suggests that Apple playing with iOS 5 to provide Video chat service. Folks have also managed to dig into the SDK of iOS 5 and unveil the codenames of two unreleased iPhone devices “N93 and N94”, the current iPhone 4 model is labeled as a “N90 and N92” in the SDK of iOS 5.