It wouldn’t be surprising if Apple released a new iPhone this June–they’ve put one out every June for three years, and iPhone OS 4 could probably use a new device to get its back–but Apple hasn’t said anything about it.
Thankfully, somebody else did, and someone in Candada no less,according to Engadget. The CEO of Saskatchewan-based SaskTel cellular carrier told The Leader-Post that no only would his company be getting the iPhone in June, but it would be a new iPhone.
This would be an iPhone built to take advantage of iPhone OS 4’s new capabilities, including multitasking and iBooks for iPhone. Lookout.