iPhone 3,1 In Testing?

The developer of the public transportation guide for San Francisco, iBART. Has spotted an iPhone3,1 user in their log files. This is similar to when the 3GS was spotted before it was announced by the device string in log files.

“iPhone3,1” was first spotted in Pandav’s usage logs in November. The identifier “iPhone3,1”  does not match any shipping iPhones. The last iPhone released was the iPhone 3GS which carries the identification string “iPhone2,1”.

If the reports are correct the next iPhone should be around in about 8 months, if the cycle is the same as before.

3 Responses to iPhone 3,1 In Testing?

  1. […] 4G Coming Next Year? Recently we have had news of the ‘iPhone3,1′ being spotted in logs hinting towards an upcoming iPhone release but Eldar Murtazin, editor in chief of Mobile […]

  2. […] The user agents could be faked, but it’s likely by now that Apple are testing these versions of the OS. Related: iPhone 4G Coming Next Year? iPhone 3,1 In Testing? […]

  3. […] Apple To Announce New iPhone At The End Of June? AppleInsider have noticed that The Moscone Center Calendar lists a “Corporate Event” from June 28th to July 2nd 2010. Previous Apple events have been listed in the same name and the conference is usually used to introduce new iPhone models. If the new iPhone is released in June/July then it would keep to the usual iPhone release cycle and would seem to fit the same release pattern of when the new iPhone model is tested. As the iPhone 3GS was tested 8 months prior to release and a reference to the iPhone3,1 has been found recently so this would fit the same pattern. Related: Apple Testing iPhone OS 3.1.3 and 4.0 iPhone 4G Coming Next Year? iPhone 3,1 In Testing? […]

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