Not if Steve Jobs has anything to do with it. Apparently, Scott Moritz, of TheStreet.com fame, has some sort of information that would have Apple releasing a 3G iPhone as soon as Q1 2008.
As Into iPhone mentioned yesterday, TheStreet.com‘s dubious credibility (or lack thereof), after their erroneous reporting caused Apple’s stock to plummet, doesn’t bode well for an early 2008 release of a 3G-enabled iPhone. And even Steve Jobs made an unprecedented comment about the 3G iPhone coming late next year.
Anyway, Mr. Moritz seems to think that the 3G iPhone won’t just be coming to us in early ’08, but that it’ll be sporting an A-GPS unit from Broadcom’sGlobal Locate unit, and a new power amplifier from TriQuint.
Who knows how much (if any) of all this is true, but it’s nice to dream about a 3G-toting, GPS-enabled, power-saving iPhone just months away.
[Via: Into iPhone]