Hey all, I'm extremely sorry about creating a new thread, but I really wanted to share my view on Reach9's WSJ article find. So, Reach9 posted an interesting WSJ article in the iPhone Forums. The article states nothing new, except for the reiteration of the fact that Apple has been working on a thinner and lighter design, but that the details are unclear. I'm seeing this as a good thing for those interested in a redesigned iPhone 5. Here's why: This is what most reliable news sources are coming down to. They were told of a redesign by someone inside Apple, which is why they published those "rumors" or as they call it, "reports." But now, many rumor sites like MR and 9to5Mac are saying no 5, only 4S. That has left them in doubt also. But that's a good thing. Because that means they haven't heard from Apple since. Which is extremely good news, since a) Apple wants this confusion going into its event, and b) this means that Apple hasn't shot down the iPhone 5 rumors. Viva la iPhone 5! Arn, you might just lose the bet.