iPhone 6,1 identifier and iOS 7 shows up in dev logs

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    There's no way to tell if this will be a 5S or 6 (or something else)?
     
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    I'm curious about this also. Does anyone know what the 4S was referred to in these logs? Was it a 4,2? So does the 6,1 maybe indicate that this is another revision? Hopefully.
     
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    iPhone: iPhone 1,1
    iPhone 3G: iPhone 1,2
    iPhone 3GS: iPhone 2,1
    iPhone 4 (GSM): iPhone 3,1
    iPhone 4 (CDMA): iPhone 3,3
    iPhone 4S: iPhone 4,1
    iPhone 5 (GSM LTE): iPhone 5,1
    iPhone 5 (CDMA LTE): iPhone 5,2

    iPhone 5S?: iPhone 6,1

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    That was the codename, not model identifier.
     
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    So really there's no way to know if this will be an S model or a new model? That's unfortunate.
     
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    Unfortunately not, there seems to be no pattern of such. :(
     
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