iPhone 5 appears in Apple database
New look iPhone 5, given codename N94, has landed in Apple’s inventory, just a day after new versions of iPhone 4 and iPod touch were spotted in the same database.
Apple’s brand new iPhone has been spotted in its internal inventory, 24 hours after a string of other new devices were also spotted on the same list. This new handset has been slapped with the codename N94, which suggests the iPhone 5 might still be called the iPhone 4S.
Why? Because that codename ties in with previous rumours surrounding a packaging label which has the same number and includes the name iPhone 4S. Dug up in China, the veracity of the label is unclear, but with new information emerging about the phones codename from inside Apple, the iPhone 4S name is looking more likely.
As well as the iPhone 5 (or iPhone 4S, depending on which you prefer), there looks set to be a new 8GB iPhone 4 and a white iPod touch unveiled at next week’s Apple keynote in California.
We’ll be covering the 4 October keynote live, so stay right here for all the news and hands-on gossip about the new Apple kit as it happens.