Last month a SIM card tray turned up claiming to be for the next version of the iPhone. Today a midboard for the fourth gen iPhone has tipped up. It’s hard to say if these are legit products or nothing more than a way to get attention. The company promises pics of the back cover for the fourth gen iPhone soon.
China Unicom has reported that a paltry 5,000 new subscribers is all that has purchased the iPhone in China since it launched last week. That is really no surprise considering that the official iPhone costs more than grey market devices available in the country with more features.
Intel has released an official comment on the issue that some users are reporting with certain Intel-based systems not synchronizing the iPhone with the latest iTunes version. Intel says that it believes the problem to be with BIOS or system configuration, but it is still investigating.