I've been lurking here for a while, but never felt the need to post anything until yesterday...I guess I'll just cut to the chase So, I've been in Orlando for the past several days and yesterday we were visiting the Magic Kingdom in Disney World. Being a bit of a techie, I tend to check out people's phones and tablets to see what's out there. Anyway, yesterday, while boarding the little steam train that drives around the edge of the Magic Kingdom, I saw two Asian (Chinese, I'd assume) girls taking a picture of train. I immediately noticed that the camera app they were in was clearly iOS (or at least designed to look like iOS) but the phone was not an iPhone 4 or any previous model. It was definitely larger than current iPhones and had a larger screen as well, probably about 4.0 inches, it didn't look big enough to be a 4.2 inch. The front facing camera and speaker were in the exact same spot as it's always been, but based on the short glance I had, I'd say the bezel above the screen took up a bit less space than it used to, so those may have been moved up just slightly. The home button was definitely longer and seemed to stand out visually more than on normal iPhones. The actual shape of the phone did seem to match the rumors, as far as larger size and iPad like design. The edges were definitely tapered, like the iPad, but it didn't appear to have a teardrop shape that the leaked cases are showing. The phone was wearing a pink plastic case though, so it's always possible that the case eliminated the natural teardrop shape. I can't say for sure that this is an iPhone 5 prototype, or just a good looking Chinese knock off; I'd assume its' the later, since I can't imagine someone running around the Magic Kingdom with an iPhone 5, but anything is possible. Point is, it was something that caught my eye, and I was hesitant about posting this because of the low odds that it really was an iPhone 5. Take from this what you will.