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    As the release in Japan of Apple's iPhone surely gets closer and closer, Yandex Games what is the latest news leaking out about what the device may look like? Piecing together the news I can begin to get a clearer picture of what it will look like, and how my previous predictions may be realised.

    3G. 3G, or high speed data transmission speeds is absolutely essential in Japan for Apple's iPhone. This seems like a fair bet, what with rumours of existing 2G stocks being sold off at firesale prices and becoming sold out in the UK. However, with many eyes watching the FCC web site and their equivalents in many other countries, no-one has spotted an Apple device seeking approval. The process of approval can take up to three months, so it looks like it will be Autumn before consumers will actually be able to get their paws on the Applie iPhone in Japan or any other country around the world. I speculate that there must be some kind of battery life or other issue delaying the release, as there are no concrete rumours of production orders for the additional third-party hardware required to power a 3G iPhone.

    Japanese input. With the upcoming Apple iPhone v2.0 software, perhaps to be announced at the June Apple WWDC, many developers have got their hands on the beta versions of the software and are only too happy to leak details of what they are finding. MacRumors, for instance, has announced that the software has handwriting recognition for Chinese but not Japanese. Although Japanese kanji and Chinese hanzi are very similar and indeed Japanese has a much smaller set of commonly-used characters, the lack of Japanese handwriting can only be down to licensing issues; whether it means they haven't yet closed a deal, been unable to close one, or are just not bothering is anyone's guess.

      September 14, 2022 4:48 AM PDT