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The updated O2 UK iPhone plans has added “video calls” in their list of “Key Features”, hence strongly suggesting that the next-gen iPhone will support video conferencing of some sort come this June. The said option can be seen in the screenshot below, or on the O2 UK site here.

O2 UK - iPhone Video Calls

We already know that Apple has laid the foundation for video calling in the latest iPhone 3.2 SDK for iPad. This has been repeatedly confirmed by devs that iPhone OS 3.2 contains rudimentary support for video calling.

Next-gen iPhone is likely to be unveiled at this year’s WWDC conference. It is expected to feature a faster processor, a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, support for WiFi-N standard and so on.

Our complete round-up of all the iPhone 4G rumors can be found here. [via FSM]

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