Apple changed how people communicate and live with the iPhone. Every year since then, they have released a new version of the iPhone that improves upon the last.
With five versions already out, what more can change about the revolutionary devise?
Apple plans to introduce a suped-up iPhone this September, one outfitted with the faster A5 processor found in iPad 2s. The phone will also come with an 8-megapixel camera instead of the 5-megapixel model found in the iPhone 4. Cosmetically, however, the device will closely resemble the iPhone 4.
The update was actually pushed back a bit, the sources said, so it would coincide with the launch of iOS 5. Apple is also working on a cheaper version of the iPhone to sell in developing countries, and a new iPad that will have a higher-resolution and more responsive touchscreen.
Check out all the cool features on the newest iPhone 4: