RUMOR: Apple to unveil next-gen iPhone on June 22

invisibleSHIELD case for iPad“Although no confirmations have yet come from Apple (naturally), there is speculation that the big [next-gen iPhone] reveal could take place on June 22nd,” Messany reports for ModMyi.

“For this particular occasion, Apple has once again reserved the very conference center where the company announced the three previous versions of the iPhone,” Messany reports. “So all signs, indeed, point to June 22nd proving the 4th gen iPhone’s ‘big day.’ Knowing Apple, however, we probably won’t know for sure until the evening of June 21st.”

Full article here.

[UPDATE: April 14, 2010, 12:45pm EDT: Removed info about rumored “Verizon iPhone found in online logs as per Flurry who says the information is not credible, nor is it from them.]

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Andrew W.” for the heads up.]


  1. I don’t care to swith to another carrier necessarily, but I would like the option to exist, if for no other reason, to make ATT get more competitive.

    I do, however, really, really, really, really, really want to replace my three year old first gen with something new and kickass!!!

    I’m also very hopeful for 64 GB capacity or more so I can finally ditch the 60 GB iPod I no longer use.

    The only reason I even keep it around is for a backup of my music collection!

  2. My birthday is the very next day so this is just perfect timing. Not to mention my 1st gen iphone appears to be on it’s last legs so I’m looking forward to finally upgrading to a shiny new iphone later in the summer. Thank you so much Apple.

  3. NIce! I wonder how iPhone 5 will be holding up against mainly the Samsung Galaxy S2, but also other Android competitors? It’s by now pretty clear that Samsung’s Galaxy S2 is a handset that pushes more than one boundary. iPhone, on the other hand, has introduced the very term… Here’s another comparison of the battle iPhone vs Android army

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