I have been doing a lot of research in the last few days regarding the iPhone 5, HSPA+ and AT&T, which I would like to throw out here, and also have a few unresolved question that I hope some would be able to answer. First off, from what I can tell in my various searches on Android Forums regarding the HTC Inspire 4G, if you were grandfathered into an unlimited data plan, you can keep it if you upgrade to a phone that is "4G" (Which is going to be HSPA+ until "later this this year" when LTE is up and running). Second, the Verizon iPhone 4 happens to have a chip in it that would theoretically allow HSPA+ data usage, but because it's a CDMA phone this cannot really be utilized in any way. This paves the way for the iPhone 5 to have such a chip on the GSM side of things. Lastly, AT&T is calling both HSPA+ and LTE "4G", which, according to the ITU, is now officially considered 4G. Personally, I think this is some BS, but they are the authority in this situation. Here are the questions. We can reasonably assume that the iPhone 5 will have HSPA+ in it due to it's presence in the Verizon iPhone 4. I personally think that it will be, but, just like the radio receiver in the iPhone 3GS and the radio receiver/transmitter (yes, you read that right) in the iPhone 4, will it be utilized? Also, why the hell don't I have a radio in my iPhone, and it would be kinda cool to transmit my music to my car stereo with that built in chip... If the iPhone 5 does utilize HSPA+, will apple brand this as a 4G phone? I'm sure AT&T will push to have the bragging rights to be the only one's who have a "4G iPhone" for about a year, until the iPhone 6 comes out and works with Verizon's LTE network. This obviously puts apple in a hard place, because to maintain that both phones are functionally similar, they cannot call it the iPhone 4G, because they will not be able to have a Verizon iPhone 4G. Any thoughts on this naming conundrum? Apple could negate this in a very bad way by no even allowing HSPA+ on the new iPhone for AT&T to avoid the whole 4G branding problem. Maybe they will maintain staggered releases, and not unveil a 4G verizon iPhone until February of next year (that would really suck for you guys who are on, or want to be on, team red). My last question is, do I have too much time on my hands?