A report published Monday claims Apple is internally testing a new iPhone that sports an A5X CPU
Apple is reportedly testing an all-new, next-generation iPhone that features an A5X dual-core processor, according to a report published Monday by 9to5Mac. The company is said to be disguising the iPhone in order to keep its plans for a new form factor a secret.
Citing internal sources, the report says that Apple has internally seeded a next-gen prototype with an A5X chipset. Like the new retina iPad, the prototype iPhone also includes 1 GB of RAM and possibly a larger battery. The device sports a code name of N96.
Reports of Apple's sixth-gen iPhone have really picked up steam in recent weeks with several reports surfacing in just the last two weeks. We will no doubt see many more as the year progresses, I'm sure.
Apple characteristically declined to comment on the story, and has yet to confirm the existence of a next-generation iPhone.