New iPhones, iPod Touch And iPad References Found In iPad Filesystem

News | Saturday April 3 2010 3:23 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , ,

It has been less than 24 hours since the Apple iPad has been available and folks have already found references to “iPhone 3,1″, “iPhone 3,2″ “iPhone 3,3″ “iPod 4,1,” and “iProd2,1” in iPad’s file system.
Apple uses these models numbers to distinguish between different hardware models.
For example: The original iPhone carries the model number of “iPhone 1,1″ while the
is labeled “iPhone 1,2″ and
is labeled “iPhone 2,1″. The current iPod Touch model is “iPod 3,1,”. These numbers do not change for simple storage increases and instead represent functionally different devices.
In case of the iPad, iProd1,1 was the original reference. But the reference of the production model is iPad1,1.
Based on this, it looks like Apple is working on three new iPhones (“iPhone 3,2″, “iPhone 3,2″ “iPhone 3,3″), a new iPod Touch (“iPod 4,1,”) and also the next generation iPad. We had heard about Apple working on
. The third version could be the China version of the iPhone .
The only thing these product reference numbers tell us for sure is that in today's day and age, the newest piece of tech you buy is virtually already outdated.
, which is expected to be launched in June/July? How about you?

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