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Evidence Accumulating for Future Generation iPhone

Evidence is cropping up in various places about what could be in store for a future version of the iPhone, not just the current iPhone expanded to the 3G GSM network. An Intel video and a CeBIT slide have provided some hints of possible things to come.

The first item is an Intel video highlighting the future of the Menlow and then the Moorestown processor for small, mobile devices. Menlow is slated for the first half of 2008 and Moorestown is "on track to be right behind that." Here is the Intel video with a device that looks amazingly like a supersized iPhone.

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At CeBIT, a slide was shown that made things a little more explicit. An actual image of an iPhone was included in a slide that laid out the roadmap for Menlow and Moorestown.


Source: The Inquirer

As we all suspected, the future of the iPhone as a mobile computer is very bright. These items provide a glimpse of what could be coming.


From Intel Moorestown video

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