Late last year Total Telecom predicted that Apple would not launch a new iPhone this year:
"The 3GS was a refined iPhone 3G; there isn't a lot more they can do with the hardware at the moment - other than make one with a better camera, more memory, an OLED screen and a projector - and there isn't a lot more they can do to the software without forcing app developers to invest more time and money into a new SDK," one of the team said.
"[However] by the end of the year Steve Jobs will reveal that Apple is working on an LTE-ready mobile phone," s/he added. At which point, there will be mass hysteria in the industry.
However, recent developments suggest we might be wrong. Yesterday Apple confirmed that Steve Jobs will deliver a keynote at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference on 7 June, triggering a raft of rumours that the CEO will announce a 4G iPhone at the event.
So, what do you think? Will 7 June be D-day for the next iPhone and if so, what can we look forward to seeing? Leave us a comment or drop us a line to let us know what you think.