What if the iPhone 4S is going to have all new hardware- CPU, graphics, camera etc. so all the new speed would need to be tested... But what if the iPhone 5- the one that everyone is hoping to see- has no internal changes except for the addition of an LTE chipset, 4" screen and a redesign. Other than that, its CPU, camera, etc. are identical to the 4S. This would mean Apple would not need to reference it specifically in the iTunes betas or iOS 5 betas. If the screen is 4" with the same resolution, no one needs to test their apps with it. If the CPU is the same, memory, camera, etc. all the same- no one needs to test their apps to it or spot bugs with iOS specific functions. And LTE- really, that is a speedup of downloading and uploading- nothing that would need to be tested anywhere except within an inner-circle of Apple engineers. I guess my point is, if Apple really wanted to prevent any possible code references to the iPhone 5 they could do it, as the internals would have already been tested with the software through references to the 4S... Thoughts anyone?