Apple is about to unveil the next iPhone. Press invitations to Wednesday's announcement have gone out, and soon all the rumors will be put to rest. The invitation itself seems to confirm once and for all at least one fact: the name of the phone. The number 12--for the Sept. 12 date of the announcement--casts a shadow in the shape of a five, and the invitation teases, "It's almost here". What else could "it" be but Apple's new flagship product, the iPhone 5?
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4G LTE hasn't been discussed as much as other features, but it makes sense, given that the third-generation iPad has 4G capabilities. That, and the fact that Apple is facing increased competition from other handset manufacturers. It has to jump on LTE if it wants to keep up with rivals such as HTC and Samsung. Also, on Friday the Wall Street Journal reported that the new iPhone would support LTE, citing "people familiar with the matter."
Probability:I'd put my money on 4G. Apple's smart phone is overdue for the update.
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