Another sign emerges pointing to 3G iPhone

Another sign has emerged pointing to a 3G version of the iPhone. iPhone hacker Zibri, which created the ZiPhone application that unlocks the device, says that while looking through the code of the iPhone beta SDK, it has discovered a line that makes reference to Infineon's HSDPA baseband processor. Specifically, Infineon's SGOLD3 is fully HSDPA 7.2Mbps capable.

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