No new iPhones yet, however an update – iPhone 2.0 software – has been mentioned by Steve Jobs at WWDC, which will be released early July, for free.
It’ll also be available for the iPod Touch, for $9.95, and contains several functions including Contact Search, iWork support and new image capabilities. The iWork support means you can view iWork documents sent to you via email, plus Word, Excel and Powerpoint documents as well.
With images, you’ll now be able to save images sent to you via email to your photo library, plus do commands in bulk, such as deleting and moving images. Jobs also mentioned a scientific calculator, which is controlled by the iPhone’s accelerometer.
Some new languages have been added to the iPhone, with Japanese and Chinese supported, along with character recognition, when you draw on the screen.
(Image via Gizmodo’s live-blog)