Hello everyone, as my first thread I wanted to ask this: is it safe to assume that rather than looking at the iPhone from two years ago to see what improvements are likely, you need to look at the one released four years ago to anticipate what the next one will have? For example, the iPhone 3G and the iPhone 5 had 3G and LTE as their major selling points, the iPhone 3GS and the iPhone 5s had chip technology improvements (firsts with ARMv7 and ARMv8, firsts with PowerVR series 5 and 6, firsts with L2 and L3 caches added), and the iPhone 4 and the iPhone 6 had major redesigns (compared to the iPhones that came before) as their major selling points (but were still the firsts with Wireless-N and AC, another four year trend). The camera from the iPhone 4s was bumped up to 8 megapixels and storage came at 16GB standard, and rumors point to another bump to 12 megapixels for the iPhone 6s, hopefully 32GB standard (meaning four years again for both of those). Based on all these trends, would it be safe to assume that the iPhone 7 will be kind of like what the 5 was to the 4s, meaning a more refined design (but not completely different), almost identical camera, maybe an improved connector? If that's the case, then should we expect a major connectivity advancement in the iPhone 7 (450 Mbps LTE-A?) and should we not expect a radical redesign until the iPhone 8 in 2018, or are all of these things just coincidences?