A small but significant update to O2's website appears to confirm rumours that the iPhone 4G will come with integrated support for video calling.
A long list of the iPhone's key features, which is displayed online for potential O2 customers to peruse, shows that UK video calls will be accessible.
Since the iPhone 3G S lacks the front-facing camera which would make this possible, this suggests that the feature relates to its replacement.
Many other rumours relating to video calling have appeared in recent weeks, with some keen fans delving into the latest software development kit for the iPad to uncover clues.
This has been coupled with blueprints which seem to show a front-facing camera.
Most observers expect the iPhone 4G to get an official launch during Apple's annual World Wide Developer's Conference (WWDC), which is scheduled for late June.
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