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iOS 7 and the next generation of the iPhone can be seen in the logs of some apps

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Although we don’t expect its launch soon, it is clear that a new generation phone is not made overnight so it is not really surprising that some developers have found among the usage records of their applications a device with the identifier iPhone 6.1 running iOS 7 from an IP address coming from the Apple campus in Cupertino.

iOS 7 and the next generation of the iPhone can be seen in the logs of some apps
iOS 7 and the next generation of the iPhone can be seen in the logs of some apps

The iPhone 5 uses the identifiers iPhone5.1 and iPhone5.2 depending on the LTE model for the bands on either side of the globe, and given that the jump in the first digit in the numbering coincides with each major hardware revision , it’s clear that the Apple guys are messing around with the seventh generation iPhone that is not expected to be released before the fall.

Whether iPhone 5S or iPhone 6 is its final name, what is clear is that as usual the terminal will come with a new version of iOS, the company’s mobile operating system. Both iOS 5 and iOS 6 were officially presented in society during the Worldwide Developers Conference in June so don’t despair, as we still have at least six months to go before we can get a good look at iOS 7.

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