There has been lots of speculation about what the Worldwide Developers? Conference will bring, in terms of iPhone goodness. If you saw Sir John's post on Sunday, you may have even checked out a Wired round-up of gossip that pegs probability percentages per rumor, with better battery life, more RAM and a faster processor among the list of likely goodies that will probably head our way.
BoyGenius Report is running an additional rumor: Apparently, there are no less than six new iPhones that could be getting ready for their close-ups. The difference, however, is under the hood: The new handsets ? which are likely to come in two flavors, 16GB and 32GB, and come in matte ? will also each support three radio protocols, depending on the region, with 3G, enhanced 3G and TD-SCDMA on the menu.
The tidbit originated at iLounge, who also claims that a new iPod nano is in development. The little ?iPod That Could? is to feature a wider 1.5:1 screen, integrated camera and a smaller click wheel, though there's no confirmation on storage capacity.
[iLounge via BoyGenius Report]