There is a slightly higher chance now that the processor that is said to be contained in the logic board is not a disappointing die shrinked, overclocked A5 but actually an A5X. http://www.examiner.com/article/alle...ked-to-the-web This site particularly said that the logic board is slightly bigger, so they are currently assuming that the processor will be larger. The A5X is actually NOT enormously large compared to the A5, but simply a little significantly large. As in, its not so LARGE, but it is certainly larger to an extent compared to the A5. We might see a die shrinked, underclocked A5X chip with quad core graphics, which is all die shrinked and manufactured at 32nm to become smaller and fit the iPhone's unibody (Advantages of a Unibody: Able place all components and parts together and they fit precisely and perfectly with ease). Not to mention the new iPhone is slated have more space due to the longer dimension. Also, with a unibody, you can fit larger components due to simpler assembly. Also, if you manufacture the chip and die shrink it, you can achieve lower power consumption without sacrificing performance. As Apple is said to utilize Samsung's new 32mn process to manufacture its chips, you can manufacture the same A5X chip into a smaller dimension. The A5X chip on the iPad is manufactured with the 45nm manufacturing process because Samsung's factories and resources were still not ready to accommodate the manufacturing of a 32nm A5X for lower power consumption. (Because of the SGS3 and the low operating capacity of the factories that time) Hence, they instead upped the battery capacity by almost 70 percent and introduced lower power sipping internals. Now, with the Samsung Galaxy S3's Exynos 4 Quad core Chip manufacturing at 32nm using the HKMG process, we can expect the same with the A5X. Why? Last year, the A5 chip was manufactured at 45nm SIMILAR to the last year's samsung exynos 4210 (dual core) chip in its flagship galaxy phones. Means, we can expect the same manufacturing process with the Galaxy S3 to be carried over to the iPhone. AND ALSO, not to mention Apple SECRETLY slipped an A5 chip manufactured at 32nm into the iPad 2 sold concurrently with the new iPad!