New iPhone Spotted

iPhone developer Pandav have been in the media’s spotlight for some time lately, because they claim to have spotted usage records for an unreleased iPhone in their app’s analytics.

The analytic tool used to spot the new iPhone is PinchMedia and it allows you to break down customers usage and it also allows you to see what specific device that is being used to run your applications and every devices have their own identification number assigned by Apple, and in this case the device identification number spotted was “iPhone3,1” and it doesn’t match up with any shipping iPhones.

The newest iPhone, the iPhone 3GS, has the identification number “iPhone2,1” and was also spotted in statistics and logs more than half a year before its announcement. The application that disclosed the existence of the next coming iPhone was iBart, a public transportation guide for the San Francisco train system

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