Apple has already given word that the new iOS 5.0 is set to be staged at the World Wide Developer Conference this 6th of June, at San Francisco Moscone West Convention Center. Steve Jobs, co-founder and CEO of Apple, will present the unveiling of the new OS, plus the iCloud, and the Mac OS X Lion. Even though there has been no word that a new iPhone will be revealed during the event, rumors have been confirmed on newer developments for Apple phones.
Macotakara has shared that a new iPhone 4S is set to be launched around July or August this year, packing a better 8 megapixel camera, a Qualcomm chipset, and even an ARM Cortex-A9 processor, which could be dual core, due to the existing trends that have been presented by its competitors, the Samsung Galaxy SII and HTC Sensation. Even more intriguing is that this advanced progress aims to become SIM-less, integrating AT&T and Verizon Wireless, with 3-4 antennas inside, even ushering the coming of the iPhone 5, which may be on sale around 2012.