I never understood the need for super thin smartphones, and giving up space for extra big batteries ? Ok so the new iPhone will be the thinnest smartphone in history at like 7.5mm or so, that is crazy thin if true. And at first looks really cool, and feels great in the hand, but that coolness wears off quickly. I would rather have a phone slightly thicker, and instead squeeze in an extra sized battery that can last a whole weekend trip camping in the woods. Especially since iPhone's don't offer removable batteries, you are stuck with what Apple gives you. Just curious, is everyone on this board screaming for a crazy razor thin new iPhone ? Or would they rather have the same thickness as the current iPhone4/4S, but instead now have a 50% larger battery ? I do like thinner smartphones, I never liked the thick brick EVO 4G at like 11mm or so, but I think a good thickness is the Galaxy S3, at like 8.6mm, that is plenty thin enough, why does Apple feel we want a 7.5mm thin ? I would rather have that space taken up with battery instead.