Rumours about Apple’s new iPhone have been re-ignited over the past few hours, and a new report now claims that the next iPhone will be called the iPhone 4S.
According to Jefferies & Co. analyst Peter Misek:
It will be called iPhone 4S rather than previously predicted iPhone 5. He adds that Apple will announce “distribution with Sprint and T-Mobile in time for the holidays.”
As far as specifications are concerned, Misek said:
iPhone 4S will include a dual-core A5 processor and two improved cameras (front and back). iPhone’s design will remain the same except for “minor” cosmetic changes.
HSPA + connectivity will also be present for people looking for higher speed while there won’t be any LTE support for the time being, because Qualcomm’s LTE chipset is currently not achieving yields sufficient for inclusion.
Whether these rumours are true or not, we will find out in September when the new iPhone is released. In the mean while, check out our complete iPhone 5/iPhone 4S rumour roundup.