Oh poor Apple; after last year’s iPhone-4-in-a-bar debacle, the Cupertino team have managed to keep a tight wrap on what’s coming tommorow at their iPhone launch event. Sure, we’ve heard A5 processor snippets here, and talk of more pervasive voice control tech there, but its still all just whispers in the wind.
What a pity then that Apple themselves seem to have blown the cover on what’s expected to be one of tomorrows big “surprises”; the existence of the iPhone 4S.
Trawling through the code of the latest beta version of iTunes for software developers, Apple seem to have carelessly left info on the presumably-budget handset in the build.
The iPhone 4S is specifically listed as a CDMA device, with both black and white colours stated also.
Whether its palceholder coding or a teasing slip-up, we wont have long to wait to find out; Apple’s iPhone event kicks off at 6pm GMT tomorrow evening. Check back here then for all the juicy details.