Hi guys, Since everyone knows that the next iPhone will be announced in less than a month,there are things that we can almost say that we know the design of the device. There are still a lot of uncertain stuff. Like the system-on-chip (SoC) that I want to discuss today. Apple has a trend to introduce new gen SoC with every iPad announcement. If this trend continue, we will see the new iPhone using the A5X. But when Schiller introduced the A5X, he specified that the chip is ''Designed for Retina Display''. This makes me doubt about the fact that the new iPhone would carry the A5X. I think that the A5X will only be used in the new iPad because it is a temporary transition between the A5 and the A6. I can see the new iPhone using a new A6 chip. I have a few ideas of what it could be. The first thing I think is a quadcore 28/32nm Cortex A9 CPU with probably a PowerVR SGX543MP4. Second idea I have is a dualcore 28/32nm Cortex A15 CPU with the same PowerVR SGX543MP4. My third idea but really unlikely would be a quadcore 28/32nm Cortex A15 CPU with, again, the PowerVR SGX543MP4. What I would hope is that the PowerVR Serie 6 GPU would be available and be in the next gen iOS devices but I don't think that they will be available on time.