The ongoing rumours regarding the release of the next generation iPhone have taken a new twist in, of all places, Austria, as that country's T-Mobile office created a space on its website, known as a placeholder, for a 32GB iPhone. No image was included but the space was there, sitting alongside the Samsung M7600 Beat DJ, Sony Ericsson W995 and Nokia 5630. We say 'was' because a few hours later, the placeholder was withdrawn, according to the Engadget website.
In related news Australia's Vodafone office has issued a notice that the 16GB version of the iPhone has been categorized as 'End Of Life' by the outfit who supply Vodafone with all of its iPhones, Brightpoint.
Of course, confirmation of the new iPhone should be available at Apple's annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) when it takes place between 8-12 June in San Francisco and Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing, reveals all.
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