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Chances of implementation: 50 percent
Sprint was first out of the gate with its next-gen network. Verizon has also deployed its 4G LTE network, and AT&T is in the process of rolling out its 4G network now.
There are 4G phones out there (HTC ThunderBolt and Evo, as well as the Motorola Atrix, to name a few), but the big problem so far has been that 4G is a total battery hog. That should change when Qualcomm ships its next-generation 4G chips for phones and we expect to see an iPhone 5 with 4G capabilities.
Chances of implementation: 80 percentPhoto by: iphonespies.com
With the iPhone 4S, we didn't get the redesign that a lot of people were hoping for. Well, it's almost certain we'll get it with the iPhone 5. Will it be thinner, with a teardrop design? Look more like the iPad 2? Bigger screen?
Chances of implementation: 99 percent
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