There has been a lot of speculation about what improvements the next version of the iPhone may have. Will it have a bigger screen? Will the look be different? The LA Times takes a look at what could be on the horizon.
From LA Times Business:
The timing most discussed is spring or Worldwide Developers Conference in June for an announcement. One analyst, Chris Caso of Susquehanna Financial, is quoted as writing to clients that “iPhone 5 production is expected to start around the June time frame.”
Of course, there’s a lot of buzz around October, as well. That timing seems a little more in line with how Apple likes to space out the release of its iterative products. The iPhone 4S hit the market just last fall. With that generation, we saw an improved rear camera (8 megapixels), increased storage options (a 64 GB phone) and the inclusion of Siri, of course.