In this article by WSJ which is apparently posted tomorrow (it's still the 2nd here). Although the article doesn't state much, it still says that WSJ has reported previously that the next iPhone will be thinner and lighter, and has not completely shot down the idea of a redesign, but also states that it would be difficult for Apple to redesign the device. They previously also said that the iPhone 4 design "fell out of favor" by the Apple execs. My issue is, if the iPhone 4S is supposed to be exactly like the iPhone 4, then it won't be thinner and lighter like WSJ suggests. Apple is known to send controlled leaks to WSJ, for example the lack of a hardware upgrade in WWDC this year. The hype for the next generation iPhone is immense, there's no denying that. So will Apple meet the hype, or fail to impress? Just something to discuss within 1 Day 17 Hours and 10 Minutes.