While Apple still hasn’t announced any plans to bring video calls to the next-generation iPhone, there’s been mounting evidence that the company plans to add that feature. And a tipster sent some screenshots to Boy Genius Report that appear to be a pre-release version of the next generation iPhone software with support for video calls.

Of course, there’s a chance the photos are doctored. But that iPhone prototype Gizmodo reportedly paid $5,000 to review had a front-facing camera on it. And that seems like a rather silly piece of hardware to add if you’re not going to enable video chat.

via Electronista

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