Apple will be unveiling it’s new iPhone at their annual World Wide Developers Conference next week, the new iPhone is said to have a built-in 3D graphics chip and to operate on new a higher speed network.
The new iPhone will also allow third-party developers to release add-ons like keyboars and game controllers.
There will also be a more robust Bluetooth support.
This rumor comes with one more rumor, that is, Apple is starting to hire in-house game developers for their new iPhone. This indeed means that Apple is starting to consider the potential of gaming industry and is slowly starting to roll out new features for gaming in the new iPhone.
There is also a possibility of a new store, solely dedicated to gaming. The handset is expected to have a 3.2-megapixel camera, compared to the 2-megapixel camera found on the current device, rubber-tread backing and a built-in compass.
There are also warnings that Apple might hold off the announcement next week and may roll on the announcement for an event which will be held next month.
The firmware upgrade and the new iPhone will roll out next month on July 17, 2009.