The Apple iPhone has been on sale for less than three weeks, but now reports are hitting us that a second-generation version is on the way.
The report claims that Wintek has already begun a small test run of touch-screen panels for the new version of the Apple iPhone. Apple will allegedly start selling the new version in September for somewhere between $249 and $299 (£122 to £146).
The article doesn't mention whether this second-generation iPhone will be launched in Europe, or just in the US. Other rumours in Chinese papers state that Taiwanese firm Quanta is developing a version of the Apple iPhone especially for non-US markets.
The report goes on to say that the new version of the Apple iPod will feature a less complicated touch-screen than the Apple iPhone. Wintek is listed as the touch panel supplier of the forthcoming Apple iPod too.