It was previously reported [by mine] that there is a rumor in the “Mac world” that Apple intends to release a new iPhone with a video camera.
The iPhone is by far the best phone on the market, but its one major drawback is the lack of a video camera. This is now a given even on the most standard phones and a phone as pioneering as the iPhone needs one.
The word was that Apple’s new iPhone would have a photo camera for video chat [a first on a phone] and a back camera for standard recording.
Whether iPhone will come with a video is still, of course, uncertain but highly probable; what is increasingly looking likely is that Apple will unveil a new iPhone of some sort.
Several news sources are reporting that Apple has ordered 4 million iPhones from its factories in preparation for its June conference during which Apple is used to launching a new
The new iPhones?
A lot of the reporting is that Apple will launch three models of the iPhone as opposed to the current two. One will be a 32G iPhone and another a more low-cost iPhone in order to facilitate Apple’s reach into the mainstream cell-phone market. Currently, the cheapest iPhone costs $200.
What Apple will really do is all still a matter of speculation. We will all have to wait for the conference. Whatever is unveiled, hopefully it will be Steve Jobs who does the talking.