The iPhone 5 has cropped up on one of the US’s largest retailer’s inventory system, with the telling omission of a 64GB version.
A snap of Radio Shack’s product listings reveals a host of carriers. And with Sprint, Verizon and AT&T on board for the launch, it’s fair to say there’s nothing in the way of surprises there.
However, more interesting is that although versions packing 32GB and 16GB of memory are present and correct, there’s no sign of the rumoured top-end 64GB edition.
Given how comprehensive the listing appears to be, that could suggest that a major memory upgrade, as was the case with previous iPhone refreshes, is a no-no this time around.
News of developments comes as Apple is preparing to finally showcase its next-generation smartphone (or indeed smartphones) to the world at a press event at its Cupertino nerve centre at 6pm tomorrow UK time.
Other features mooted to figure somewhere in whatever Apple has got to show us include an eight-megapixel camera, advanced voice commands and a larger four-inch display to bring Apple’s offering in line with rivals' flagship smarties.