Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_5 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8L1 Safari/6533.18.5) There's a lot of discussion about the iPhone 4/4S/5 on the board right now. The rumored iPhone 5 sounds like a truly brilliant device that could be a game changer for Apple. Let's say though, that there is no iPhone 5 as the evidence is beginning to suggest...why is Apple allowing the rumors to persist? I'm not in charge of Apple obviously, but if I was I certainly wouldn't feel comfortable going on stage to announce a 4S when so many people are still expecting a 5. Expectations for the keynote are so high that anything less than an iPhone 5 is going to disappoint a lot of customers, fans, shareholders, etc. If Apple is announcing only a 4S on Tuesday then Apple should be trying to do everything in their power to crush the iPhone 5 rumors to bring expectations back down to a reasonable level. Apple should be intentionally leaking the fact that there will only be a 4S to every major newspaper or tech websites. The fact that we're still hearing iPhone 5 rumors suggests to me that we are either getting an iPhone 5, or that Apple has made a serious error. What do you think? Are the continued iPhone 5 rumors the real proof of the devices existence? And do you believe if there is no such phone that Apple's first keynote in the post-Jobs era will fail to meet the high expectations people have after 16 months.