jamesh has revealed a new version of the rspberry Pi B+, according to reloable sources it will be a miniature version of the B+ probabaly aimed at wearable devices such as watches and HUDs. In a post on the Raspberry Pi forum he mentioned the so far un heard of b+.
See http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewt ... af#p646816
But since this is not Apple and media hype isnt quite the same, tis probably just a typo.jamesh wrote:You can use Raspi's in commercial products without any licence fee.
The Foundation sell the Compute module that is designed for commercial applications, but you need to build a carrier board for it which might be more work than you want, in which case, just use either the A+ or b+