A few days ago rumors broke that Singapore's carriers might soon be offering Apple's flagship phone with both cameras removed, and now it's official: mobile operator M1 has revealed no-camera versions of the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S that comply with the requirements of Singapore's military. Members of Singapore's military have been banned from carrying camera devices into army facilities since 2007, after photos of secret training activities surfaced on the web. M1's website shows a slight bump in price for the modded phones, with both costing S$49 (about $37.70) more, but there's still no word on whether the mod will void Apple's warranty.