EDIT: Engadget just also posted that the "iPhone 3G's baseband chip revealed"? http://www.engadget.com/2008/04/08/iphone-3gs-baseband-chip-revealed/ Link to Zibri's blog and what he found inside the code of the latest beta today on April 8th http://www.ziphone.org/ The quotation from his blog: "Well this was found inside the latest beta. If that's not enough for you to understand, I'll clarify it: There is a new iPhone coming *very soon*. The new iPhone will have Infineon's SGOLD3 (PMB8878) chip in it's baseband. Google can maybe help you to get more details. Stay tuned" Namaste, Zibri Which refers to this PDF which as the specs on the new chip http://www.infineon.com/dgdl/PMB887...f0004&fileId=db3a3043136c9a8b01136d6407dc003c To quote the linked data sheet: "S-GOLD3H based platforms enable handsets to provide consumer electronic quality such as camera support of up to 5 MPixel as well as video telephony, streaming, recording and playback with up to 30 frames per second and a resolution of up to 320 x 480 pixels (HVGA) in MPEG4, H.264 or Real video formats and advanced audio codecs, like enhanced AAC+. THE OPTIMIZED S-GOLD3H architecture makes it possible for the users to run several applications simultaneously; e.g. surf the internet, download emails or data to a SD-card with HSDPA category 8 (7.2 Mbit/s) while listening to MP3 music over a stereo Bluetooth headset." Sounds like an iPhone to me. In other newa today, Rogers announced that its gonna roll out Canada's next generation wireless network in Halifax and Moncton to become the first cities in the Western Hemisphere to commercially offer 7.2 Mbps wireless services, making mobile download speeds the fastest in the country and in the top 5% worldwide. Expected to expand soon. http://www.newswire.ca/en/releases/archive/April2008/08/c3210.html Better sell before the masses find out.