The next version of Apple iPhone is nearing its availability, and more clues pointing at this have started to emerge.
Following a series of leaked details that suggest US wireless carrier Sprint might be getting the new device in the near future, mentions of iPhone 5 at European operators also started to emerge.
has just made an appearance on the list of supported devices for the Vodafone Sure Signal on the wireless carrier's UK website, though it was quickly pulled off.
However, some lucky people already had the chance to have a look at the page when the iPhone 5 was there, and spotted four different models of this device.
Apple should bring the usual Black flavor of iPhone to the market, along with a white version as well. Moreover, there should be two different capacities for each of them, namely 16GB and 32GB, just as Apple already accustomed us with.
Clearly, the fact that the next iPhone model emerged on a carrier's website
, even if not on its own page, but on the list of supported devices for a signal booster, shows that the release date might not be too far at all.
Moreover, it suggests that Vodafone UK should be one of the wireless carriers to have the new smartphone
on shelves for its customers in the near future, which does not come too much as a surprise, that's for sure.
Vodafone was one of the operators in the UK to actively fight against O2's exclusivity on the Apple iconic device, and was one of the first to announce the availability of the phone on its network when the exclusivity period was over.
However, nothing has been confirmed on this for the time being, and no specific info on when the new device might arrive on shelves has been unveiled, though it should not be too long before Apple makes an official announcement, so stay tuned to learn more on this. (via