Caught up on some of the MacRumors about the next iPhone.
- the next-generation iPhone will have "a significantly faster Internet connection." While no further information is given as to whether this is referring to cellular or Wi-Fi connectivity. source
- the new iPhone would indeed have a video camera. source
- New iPhone announcement around mid-June. source
- Supporting only 802.11n devices on a wireless network can significantly improve performance.
If Apple does indeed provide video recording and publishing, it certainly makes sense to offer some limited editing/clipping ability. source
- 802.11n wireless connectivity … also supports both reception and transmission of FM radio signals.
Apple has certainly been known not to enable all features their hardware is capable of, and FM reception/transmission is one that have shown no interest in supporting in the past. source
- The discovery that Apple's next iPhone might contain both video input as well as a magnetometer (digital compass) opens up some interesting possibilities for future iPhone applications.
Examples of how this could be used include pointing your iPhone's camera at a building and the phone telling you what building it is by combining GPS, accelerometer and compass information. The iPhone could even overlay graphics and text on top of the image to provide additional information. Another application described is the ability to show information about stars and constellations simply by pointing your iPhone towards the sky. source
I’m counting the days already. Even if they are just rumours at this stage.