Good news my globe-trotting iPhone lovers. According to Verizon, the iPhone 5 is expected to be a dual-mode CDMA/GSM model, meaning when you travel abroad, your Verizon iPhone won't be a useless brick.
It's pretty close to confirmed that the next iPhone isn't coming out this summer, as iPhones have come out in the past, but instead in September. But what kind of update will the iPhone 5 be? Not a very extreme one, according to supplier rumors.
Are you eagerly awaiting the release of the iPhone 5? Well, what better way to keep the anticipation going than with some good old fashioned rumors. Will it have a 3D display? A physical keyboard? Check out the infographic below to see which updates might actually make the cut.
Traditionally, a new iPhone is announced every year at Apple's WWDC event and released shortly after. Could the iPhone 5 miss its annual update this summer and move to the fall?
Here's a neat idea: with the next iPhone, you can place it next to a computer and have all of your settings, files and apps show up, just like it's your computer. When you grab your phone to leave, it erases all traces of you.
Android has NFC. BlackBerry is going to get NFC. Naturally, Apple would want the iPhone 5 to also push NFC this year too. If Near Field Communication is a feature you've been holding out for in the next iPhone, you'd best sit down, breathe and prepare to wait till next year.
It's mid-March and the "leaks" from China are coming out swinging harder with every day that passes. A new design document allegedly shows that the iPhone 5 will be a smaller update and not a complete redesign.
Why is there still no 64GB iPhone? Hardcore iPhone fans have been scratching their heads at this for years. M.I.C Gadget somehow managed to get its hands on an iPhone 4 prototype with double the storage of what Apple officially sells right now.
Now that all the iPad 2 rumors have subsided from last week's Apple event, we can all point our attention to the iPhone 5. Plagued with antenna problems and a fragile glass case, the iPhone 4 may get an overhaul that's not entirely from the land of rainbows and unicorns.
The Apple-obsessed blog, 9to5Mac have what they believe is the first shot of the iPhone 5's display. It will supposedly sport a 4-inch display with "edge to edge" — more like side to side — screen.