Apple's Government Representative Said That The Next Two iPhones "Have Already Been Developed"

1 April 2013

San Francisco Examiner:

Gascón said Foulkes discussed the long and laborious process of researching and producing a kill-switch technology for devices, and also said the next two generations of iPhones have already been developed.

“They preceded Tim Cook,” the district attorney said he was told of the future iPhones.

It’s an interesting tidbit, because the consensus opinion has been that the iPhone 5 was the last iPhone Jobs had any meaningful involvement in.