“With Apple-related news grinding to a halt near week’s end, some are scraping the bottom of the barrel and pointing to some unusual entries in Best Buy’s inventory system as potential placeholders for Apple’s next-gen iPhones,” Sam Oliver reports for AppleInsider.
“Mobile site the phoneArena has published a screen capture of the electronics retailer’s inventory system passed on by a store employee showing conspicuous references to an unidentified trio of AT&T devices listed under the moniker ‘Project Charlie.'” Oliver reports.
“There’s nothing that ties the entries to Apple or an iPhone, though some speculate that the references may align with some form of code-naming convention by which the third-generation iPhone would be given the ‘Charlie’ nickname using the phonetic alphabet,” Oliver reports.
Full article, with the screen capture, here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Brawndo Drinker” for the heads up.]