Rumors are in the air that Apple is working on the technical development of the new iPhone, which might be available this June, using an iPhone 4 body. Anyway, it is said that this time, the design will not be the same as the previous one, used both for the iPhone 4 and 4S.
It seems that the only reason for which Apple needs to use the 4/4S design is to test the implementation of the A5X processor in the iPhone. It is well known that this type of processor is able to support the new iPad’s Retina Display, thus, a great curiosity rises: will the new iPhone integrate quad core graphics too and is it really necessary for such a display on an iPhone?
But Apple is not using the same A5X chip as in the new iPad to test the next-generation iPhone, but a different variation of it. Still, the iPhone prototype packs 1GB of RAM, the same as the new iPad.
Anyway, these are just some performance try-outs that only make us wonder.
Source: 9to5 Mac