The more I think about it the more surprised I would be if the new iPhone didn't support 4G. If it doesn't, I don't really see anything compelling about a new iPhone. Even if it did come with a new form factor that really doesn't seem like anything major. Most people like the iPhone 4 look and feel and you just don't hear complaining about antenna issues anymore. iPhone 5 potential features other than 4G: Better processor/more ram - iPhone 4 is plenty fast for current software 8MP camera - Current iPhone camera is far better than most phone cameras on the market in quality of picutres (and videos) Better battery - iPhone 4 battery is the industry standard for a smartphone More storage - 80% of iPhone users have adequate storage in iPhone 4 (I completely made up this number from my very unscientific results in speaking to a few friends and reading the message boards) I'm not saying that any of those features aren't possible, but just don't seem major enough for an Apple style marketing push to base the phone around. Look at the history: iPhone - Revolution in the making iPhone 3G - 3G data speeds iPhone 3GS - Far better speed for running software iPhone 4 - Retina Display Without 4G I don't see what the major wow factor of an iPhone 5 is. I just can't see the banners saying "iPhone 5 - A slightly better all around phone while you wait for the iPhone 6 and 4G" As to it being the first iPhone on the 4 major networks, while that is true for the US, the iPhone is becoming a Global device so that doesn't hold up well internationally. Thoughts?