We have bad news, folks. It seems like the many rumors suggesting that Apple will be unveiling a slightly improved iPhone 4S comes Tuesday, rather than a brand new shiny iPhone 5, might actually be correct.
A couple of shots showing what looks like an unknown iPad enclosure have gotten a lot of attention in the iDevice world today. Published by a repair shop called Mission Repair, they've got everyone wondering if these are a part of an upcoming iPad.
It's the end of the line for Paul Shin Devine, one of Apple's Global Supply Managers. Silicon Valley's MercuryNews is reporting today that Devine was arrested yesterday for leaking information he obtained while working at Apple. He leaked information about the iPhone and iPod in exchange for kickbacks.
Presumably, now less than a month away from its launch, it's pretty much a given that we're going to see plenty of leaks surrounding the iPod touch 4G. Actually, it's starting already. After yesterday's photos coming from a case maker, it's now Apple's part supplier's turn to leak some pictures.
Steve is going to turn as bald as his demoniac twin if this leak bonanza doesn't end very soon. Indeed, yet another Apple prototype has just been leaked and this time, it's an iPod touch 64GB featuring a camera.