During today's keynote address at WWDC 2009, Scott Forstall - head of Apple iPhone software development - gave the audience a detailed overview of many of the new features in OS 3.0, including copy & paste, shake-to-undo, spotlight searching, and more. Two of the "more" were the highly anticipated support for MMS (multimedia messaging) and tethering (the ability to share your iPhone wireless connection with your PC).
Last chance people! The WWDC keynote speech is tomorrow, but that hasn't stopped more spy photos from leaking out. This blurry image from iSpazio shows the iPhone in an active iChat videoconference.
We see a dark bezel and green light matching some other spy photos that have been released. The quality of the image is poor... this wouldn't be a difficult image to fake. Is it a requirement that "leaked" photos are always out of focus or motion-blurred?
This one could be the real deal. We've seen many photos of the next generation iPhone crop up over the past few weeks. Many of the images are elaborate mockups, while others seem to match some of the other rumors circulating.
This photo has been leaked to iSpazio and looks to further corroborate reports of a front-facing camera. They claim the photo was taken of a computer screen within the Apple campus in Cupertino.
Photos are worth a thousand words. The iPhone V3 looks better and better every day. More evidence has surfaced that Apple's killer app for the next generation iPhone is not only video recording and editing, but full videoconferencing using iChat.
Note in this photo from FSMdotCOM what appears to be a green light in the upper right hand corner of the iPhone. This looks just like the light on built-in iMac webcams.
More leaked images of the next iPhone? Whether these are real or not, they certainly add more fuel to the blaze of speculation preceding WWDC this coming Monday. If these accurately represent the next iPhone model, Apple has quite a few tricks up its sleeve.
The first image is an enhanced excerpt from the photo below. What we see is two seperate holes above the display screen of the iPhone. Could one be a speaker and the other a front-facing camera?