We've had various "analysts" who according to "industry checks" are claiming the iPhone 5 will basically be the iPhone 4 (same case) but with a A4 CPU upgrade and a few very minor tweaks. I'm not buying it. For every analyst who's right there's another ten who completely miss the mark. So what actually makes sense? What is the right move for Apple? You have to understand that Apple is a public company and their intent is to make as much money as humanly possible by putting out products that get us (the consumer) EXCITED. When was the last time that Steve Jobs said "And one more thing..." and unveiled a product that didn't make you go bananas? So why buy the idea that Steve is gonna unveil a weak upgrade at time when competition is fiercest? You may be thinking, well historically Apple's upgrades each year haven't been huge leaps, and you'd be partially right. The iPhone 3G was pretty much the iPhone but with 3G as the single major feature. The 3GS was the 3G but with a faster processor and video recording. But then the iPhone 4 may have been the biggest bump of all with Retina Display, even faster processor, HD video recording, front facing camera/Face Time and 5 megapixel back camera. And you might notice that with every revision Apple tends to address the previous phone's greatest flaw. No 3G and too expensive? Bam! Too slow? Bam! Needs a better screen, faster and video chat? Bam! So what is Steve going to followup with? Faster? And call it a day? Hardly. With the coming onslaught of of Android phones Apple needs to stay on their toes. Apple is a software company so that's where they excel and plan to stay ahead of the game come WWDC. People want a simplified and intuitive experience and don't want to deal with learning how to use the 10 different flavors of Android Froyo Honey Ice Cream TouchWiz, BLEH. But they can't stand pushing out uncompetitively with a iPhone 4 rehash with barely any features to get us EXCITED. Steve knows better. He's going to get us a bigger screen, which is one of the major weaknesses of the iPhone 4. The screen is beautiful but looks miniscule compared to those ridiculously sized 4.3" Android phones. I don't want a 4.3" screen but I fully expect the iPhone 5 to have between a 3.7-4" inch screen to close that gap. And there's a few rumors to support that as well. And as for the case itself. I'm pretty sure Apple wants to move beyond the Atenna-Gate scandal. It was greatly exaggerated but it hurt Apple's public image. They'd be wise to redesign the case to remove any lingering doubts about the phones reception. Expect a case design (and there's a few rumors that support that as well). And this phone isn't going to get delayed. Apple sells $65 BILLION dollars in products every year. What Apple wants, Apple gets. You think they're going to have problems getting parts ready? They literally purchased the entire flash memory market a few years ago and they're doing the same with the tablet screen market. There's millions of 3GS owners who are due for an upgrade and asking them to wait 3-5 more months for an upgrade is begging for Android to swoop in with all it's shiny new phones and pull away from Apple's bottom line. So you heard it here. Using good o'l logic to sort through rumors. Bigger screen. Case redesign. A4 Processor/more RAM. Camera upgrades. No delay (released in June). And iOS 5 will blow us away too. Come back and call me Nostradamus when it comes true.