My wife and I are both in need of new phones. Our phones are the original iPhone 4 and the home buttons on each one *might* work every 3 or 4 presses. Needless to say we're more than tired of the wonky home buttons on both iPhones. The thing I have a problem with is buying the iPhone 5 and having technology that is nearly to the halfway point of its lifecycle, then having to live with it for the next 22 to 24 months because of the obligation of a 2-year contract. If we had the cash up front to purchase unlocked (and not under contract) units, we would. But, alas, we don't have that kind of disposable income just laying around that we could part with at once. Also, for those that would suggest it, subsidizing one iPhone 5 and purchasing the other at full price is also not an option for us at this point in time. I would much rather wait it out and get something newer (and with a larger screen) if I could convince the wife to wait, too. The problem is, she's insisting she can't live with the wonky home button another day. I, personally, could wait it out another 5 or 6 months if I had to. Our other option, of course, is to get her the iPhone 5 she wants now and for me to go with a (I know, I know!) Samsung Galaxy Note II. I have been looking at those, too. Is the iPhone 5s right around the corner? Is there going to be a larger iPhone with a 5" screen soon? Would I be making a mistake (or a not-so-wise decision) buying an iPhone 5 for the both of us right now? Decisions, decisions. Any suggestions? Anyone?