There's a reason why more people haven't seen the next iPhones before Steve Jobs makes an announcement: They're in disguise.
We took apart the next iPhone.
It's such an obvious question: Why couldn't Apple track this phone down? As it turns out, they may have had two chances to get it back—and blown them both.
You are looking at Apple's next iPhone. It was found lost in a bar in Redwood City, camouflaged to look like an iPhone 3GS. We got it. We disassembled it. It's the real thing, and here are all the details. Update: click here to see the iPhone 4 definitive guide, with all the features officially announced by Apple.
Digitimes' patchy sources are claiming that OmniVision Technologies—the current manufacturers of the iPhone 3GS' 3.2-megapixel CMOS image sensor—has won a new contract with Apple to provide the Cupertino company with new sensors for the next-generation 2010 iPhone.