Update: June 1, 2009: UMPCFever has removed the blog post from its Web site.
A Chinese-language blog UMPCFever posted pictures recently that its claims are the first ever photos from a functioning next-generation iPhone. The
Web site, translated through Google, displays images of iPhone OS 3.0 running some of the rumored new iPhone features we covered , , , and here.
According to the report, the new iPhone contains an auto-focusing camera that uses an onscreen square that can be moved around with a combination of taps and dragging to choose the object to focus on. The rumored digital compass and its software are shown as well. Other features in iPhone OS 3.0 are demoed on the site like MMS--supporting video and photos, copy and paste, the Voice Recorder app, and so on.
The credibility of this group is unknown, but the features shown on the site have already been demoed by Apple or consistent with rumors circulating around the Internet about the next generation iPhone and iPhone OS 3.0.
So what do you think? Is this the next iPhone and its new software? Let us know in the comments.