Kotaku claims Apple will debut the new iPhone at the World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco next week. The new smartphone reportedly has a built-in 3D graphics chip, higher-speed network support, and better Bluetooth support. Availability is expected on July 17.
Our sources told us that the new iPhone will also tout much more robust Bluetooth support, an upgrade that will allow third-party developers to to release add-on products like a keyboard or game controller.
The new network, which AT&T is currently working on, in theory may also allow AT&T to extend its exclusivity deal with Apple. Both the new iPhone and the new firmware for the current iPhone will roll-out on July 17, sources tell us.