If the photos are real, the phone will sport nanoSIM chips even smaller than those found in the iPhone 4S.
Apple has revealed its latest generation of its iPod shuffle music player, featuring playlists, voice-control and buttons and a new smaller, multi-touch controlled iPod nano.
A team from Fudan University in Shanghai claims that silver-plated nanoparticles suspended in water is the key to developing the ultimate gadget-freaks dream piece of clothing – the invisibility cloak.
If the latest Apple rumours turn out to be true, most of the company's iPod range - including iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod classic - could well be getting a video camera upgrade when Apple announces the new ranges later this year.
Unless more research is urgently done on nanomaterials, people could be put at risk – according to experts from the Royal commission on Environmental Pollution.
Engineers at the University of California, Berkeley, are reporting a new way of creating computer chips that could revitalize optical lithography and give optical discs with twenty times the storage capacity of Blu-ray discs