I logged in to MacRumors a few minutes ago and was surprised to see an article about people thinking that the Newest Iphone runs on a 4G Network. It does not. Apple does not have an I phone functioning on a 4G network. The 4G reference in some promo advertising simply means 4TH GENERATION! I personally think it is worded that way in order to dupe some unknowledgeable people into purchasing it. I work for Radio Shack and have been employed there for 15 years. We had many, many people unknowingly attempt to purchase these "4G" Iphones thinking that they ran on a 4G network. Please don't try to refute my information, because I have been involved in Iphone sales on a day to day basis. I don't mean to sound paranoid, but I have been called out by some forum members on another thread I started that in the words of the moderator turned into a "War Zone" because some members insinuated that I was exaggerating my point and not telling the truth. I started this thread just to give some explanatory information as to the meaning of "4G'' when used by Apple. Thanks for taking the time to read this post!