Just hours after the next iPhone’s potential retail launch date was seemingly outed online, a new rumour circling this week claims that the Cupertino company is readying a version of the iPhone – which may feature an Iris Scanner as its flagship selling point.
A new video has surfaced online that claims to show a fully assembled version of Apple’s next-generation iPhone.
That’s according to the usually well-informed John Paczkowski, who claimed on Friday that the Cupertino company was still working on a version of its Thunderbolt Display – for release sometime in the future.
As anticipation continues to build around what Apple’s next-generation iPhone might offer to users, (and some recent reports hinting towards this year’s upgrade being a minor one), a new photo allegedly leaking out of Apple’s Chinese production facilities this weekend would appear to suggest a twin-lens camera is coming.
It’s the bugbear that many who take part in the iPhone’s annual refresh cycle – are more than used to. But this year it could all change …