Originally Posted by AjbDtc826
- IPhone LTE (get them in our hands early so we have them when it's finally rolled out
That's crazy. I refuse to buy a phone that will waste its battery looking for a network that doesn't exist.
But besides 4G and NFC, what else could make it a 5 instead of a 4S?
Since neither of those are in any way "requirements" for making the iPhone a what, 5(?), I would say that absolutely anything ever in the history of EVER would make it an iPhone 5.
Sorry for the over-the-top response, but what you've said is so completely nonsensical, it was required.
So let's go down the list in order of importance as to what could easily make the next iPhone the iPhone 5.
One: IT'S THE FIFTH MODEL OF IPHONE. HOW EXTRAORDINARY A NAMING CONVENTION.
Two: A5 chip. Fifth iPhone. A5 chip. Just like the iPhone 4 was the fourth iPhone with an A4 chip.
And that's really it. Two isn't even needed. Even if it had the same processor, it's the fifth model of iPhone, so it could easily be the iPhone 5 from that alone.