I don't know anyone who works for Apple or O2, but this is what I witnessed with my own eyes today. Read into it what you will. In town this morning the local O2 store was closed for refurbishment from today (no reopen date posted in the window). All the displays were empty of phones and a group of people were milling around inside (I recognised some of them as the regular employees). Wandering past the place some time later everyone was grouped by someone demonstrating a phone. It was rectangular, black and had a touch screen. He rotated it through 90 degrees and pointed at some things before rotating it back, so I assume it can flip portrait to landscape. He was doing this at the back of the store by the tills out of public view, apart from the fact a security camera was pointing at the tills and the picture was displayed on a big monitor in the corner. The phone was very iPhone'esq and could of been the iPhone 1, but I can't imagine all the staff would be that interested in something they had been selling for ages. Could be the new iPhone, or some other new touch screen phone from another company. Anyway, draw your own conclusions. I just thought a store refurb and a touch screen product demo to staff was interesting given the proximity to WWDC and rumored announcement.