Can't wait for Apple's iPhone 5 coming out party on Sept. 12? We have the smartphone scoop.
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Apple's cheeky party invitation clearly shows the number 12 atop a fading shadow of a 5. Well, this certainly must mean the new iPhone will be named the "iPhone 5," correct? Not necessarily. Dutch site iPhonenieuwsblog posted a photo a few days ago of a factory worker holding up printed sheets--possibly box covers--that read, "The new iPhone." Considering that Apple calls the 3rd-gen iPad "the new iPad," a similar naming convention for the next-gen iPhone seems logical. Besides, the new model is actually the 6th-generation iPhone, not the 5th. Could the "5" on Apple's invite be a ruse? More importantly, don't we have better things to worry about?
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