Given that Apple’s iPhone event is a little more than 24 hours away, it looks like maybe some carriers have gotten ahead of themselves and have either anticipated what Apple may be announcing, or they might have let the cat out of the bag a little too early.
If these screenshots are to be believed, what we are looking at here is T-Mobile Germany’s accessory page for the iPhone. The pictured above is actually the bumper case for the iPhone (which rumor has it might be discontinued), and listing devices that are compatible with the bumper case are 16GB, 32GB and even a 64GB version of the iPhone 4S, including what looks like an 8GB version of the iPhone 4.
While the rumors will finally be put to rest tomorrow, just a quick recap for those who may not be in the know, it has been suggested that Apple may be working on a 64GB version of the iPhone 4S/5, along with a cheaper version of the iPhone 4 which will come in an 8GB size. In fact it was just today that we reported that alleged photos of an iPhone with model “N90A” had surfaced in Foxconn Brazil, suggesting that this could be the 8GB cheaper model of the iPhone 4.
However all things are possible when it comes to Apple, and it has been suggested in the past that Apple has deliberately fed misinformation to their employees and websites in order to catch leaks, so if you’re disappointed that the iPhone 4S will not sport a teardrop shaped redesign that has been suggested in the past, there’s still little over 24 hours left to hope that the current rumors are wrong. Check back with us tomorrow for more news about Apple’s iPhone event!
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