Google has yet to confirm the details of Android iteration Ice Cream Sandwich, but that's not preventing rumors of what will follow it. According to a source dishing to This Is My Next, Google's next Android code name will be Jelly Bean.
Moreover, Google is expected to delay the "game-changing stuff" originally intended for Ice Cream Sandwich and launch it instead in Jelly Bean — if it's even called that. (Jujube? Jelly Roll? Jam Cake? The J-pickings are slim indeed.)
Ice Cream Sandwich is expected to bring together Android's smartphone and tablet efforts, and potentially — in a release far more involved than Gingerbread was — include significant architectural changes. The "game-changing" stuff TIMN's source alluded to?
Ice Cream Sandwich, according to Google (MDP: Android Ice Cream Sandwich Coming This Fall) will arrive in October, November at the latest. Depending what's included — and what's not — a few more details about Google's J-named dessert should be more clear.