Adding to the now mountain-sized rumour pile surrounding Apple's Tuesday iPhone-focused media event, Vodafone has once again leaked details pertaining to Apple's next iPhone.
According to recent reports, the mobile network carrier once again leaked information indicating Apple planned to unveil a modified version of its iPhone 4 not its next generation iPhone 5 at its 4 October media event.
The leak was first reported by Phone-Ticker.de. It reported Vodafone.de had begun listing both black and white versions of the iPhone 4S on its website. Specifically the site lists the device in both black and white and with 16GB, 32Gb and 64Gb versions.
The latest "leak" adds to a number of reports suggesting Apple plans to unveil a reworked version of its iPhone 4. Following confirmation of Apple's 4 October event, the most recent slew of rumours emerged from 9 to 5 Mac's mysterious "Mr X."
Mr X alleged Apple had added a number of new entries for revised iPhone 4 and iPod touch devices to its internal inventory database.
9to5Mac subsequently reported that Apple had updated its inventory list to include two new codes very similar to the company's current iPhone 4. It went on to argue that the new codes suggested Apple was set to unveil a new low-end version of its iPhone 4 -- commonly referred to by the world's media as the iPhone 4S.
Apple are yet to release any details regarding its next iPhone device.