Apple Providing High-Level Game Devs With A5-Based iPhone 4?

9To5Mac has an interesting report today which reveals that some high-level iOS game developers may be receiving iPhone 4 devices with an A5 chipset to test games.

The devices reportedly look exactly like an iPhone 4 from the outside and have been provided to select developers to test their games on next-generation A5 hardware instead of the current A4 chip.

They already have select developers working on versions of their iPhone applications that take full advantage of the next-generation iPhone’s speedier and much more powerful hardware. These developers, seemingly from high-level gaming outfits, have been given what is essentially an iPhone 4 but with an A5 processor instead of an A4.

This new iPhone, being called the “iPhone 4S”, is reportedly kept in a company safe when not in use. This device however is not the next-generation model. Instead, it is custom iPhone used for testing purposes.

Apple is widely expected to introduce the iPhone 5 this summer during WWDC with a fall 2011 release.

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  • Luca

    Those who keep buying iphones are idots its a huge waste of money and apple is laughing at those cuz ur making them rich. I have an iphone 4 amazing phone love it but i wont be getting another phone till at least this one wares out and chances are ill get the new one but not the iphone 5 thats for sure big waste of money and they no how to brain wash costumers into buying a new iphone when really a year isnt long and it feels as if i just got my phone when i really didnt so keep the iphone u got now and buy like the 6th or 7th.

  • Isn’t Luca Smart

    Maybe you should learn how to spell before you start calling other people idiots!!

  • Anonymous

    It’s my money I can do what ever I want so shut the fuck up poor fag

  • MrAnonymous

    Not everyone is poverty stricken like you. Besides, I always get my iPhone heavily discounted on subsidy each year.