It lists semi-credible iPhone specs. We know, we know, it's just a week away. But this round of rumored specs for the 3G iPhone comes via Leander Kahney who has deep tentacles in Apple, and should have a solid source BS detector. The two most salient points are that it's 22 percent thinner (mighty specific, but goes against "it'll be thicker" tide) and will be subsidized to hit $200 (backing oft-wrong Kevin Rose's latest blurb). Otherwise mostly standard checklist: 3G, GPS, more storage (16GB and 32GB), better battery life (though prolly not w/ 3G or GPS on). One more week. http://gizmodo.com/5012362/latest-round-of-semi+credible-3g-iphone-specs-22-percent-thinner What do you think? I strongly think that Apple would make the phone thinner vs. making it thicker. Just because of one of their latest products, the MacBook Air. It is thinner and brushed with metal. I wouldn't mind a thicker iPhone though, to accomodate a better battery. Guess we'll have to wait and see. Also, the 16GB and 32GB seems credible because with all of the apps coming, we need more storage. And with all of the carriers that will have the iPhone, I think that they will be able to offer subsidies.