It's just been verified that the next iPhone is already being tested on Verizon's network... http://www.pmptoday.com/2009/12/01/4g-iphone-31-being-tested-on-verizons-4g-lte-network/ And pics of the outer case have been leaked and as you can clearly see, the new camera hole is much bigger and could support a much wider lens... http://www.maclife.com/article/news/iphone_4g What are you expecting/hoping that this iPhone 4G to include? Here's what I'm expecting... 720p Video Recording 5.0 Megapixel Camera with Flash and a much much bigger lens so that it actually takes decent photos even in very low light situations Backlit OLED Screen with 720 x 480 Resolution Dual Core VX 2.0 Ghz or Snapdragon 1.5 Ghz HD Capable Processor 4G Capable Wifi N Bluetooth 3.0 64 GB 1 Ghz of Ram HD Antenna & TV Tuner (There are constantly hd tv signals being broadcast by ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox. Why not let us tap into those signals so that we can what hdtv on our phones wherever we are) HD Radio Tuner & FM Transmitter HDMI TV Out/Projector Out So We Can Run High Res Movies & Slideshows Stored on Our Phone on our HDTVs. A Low Reflective Screen Mode For When You Wish To Read Ebooks On The iPhone Not as much real estate wasted on the front of the phone as current iPhones (The black part on the top and bottom of the iphone need to be much smaller, basically, almost all of the front of the phone should be the screen) It's ugly how much space/real estate is wasted on the current design of the front of the iPhone Front facing camera so that we could make videocalls, atleast while connected to Wifi N iChat Support Flash Support (I want to access hulu from my iphone damn it!) RFID Chip & IR Chip (So that you can use it as a universal remote) Removable/Replacable Battery Over the air sync with Macs, Apple TV, PC Servers etc, so that we can stream HD Videos off of our PCs to our iPhones anytime we have WiFi Access, and Can Even Stream HD Content from Our Phones to our HDTVs Louder Dual Speakers (I'm sick of accidently covering up the speaker while playing games) A sexy looking gamepad addon that adds dual analog sticks and dual triggers to the iPhone so that gaming on the iPhone actually becomes FUN Available for T-mobile, Sprint, Verizon & AT&T If you don't think a certain feature is going to happen, please tell me what specifically don't you think is going to happen and why. Almost every feature listed above is a feature that another smartphone already offers or is scheduled to offer starting next year. So why won't a near future iPhone offer that same functionality? Remember, Apple gets paid $700-$800 for each iPhone. ($200-$300 from the end user and another $500 from the carrier). Plus, Apple makes a boatload of money on Apps. Every single feature above can easily be implemented into an $800 device by next summer.