Apple nation has really been left up in the air about what the iPhone 5 will look like, if there even is a product introduced this year that will go by that
name. Some say Apple can't wait to put the iPhone 4 and its antenna problems and white model issues behind it, while others wonder if more of an
iPhone/iPad combo is in the works. Technologies expected to be supported in a new edition of the iPhone range from near-field communications (NFC) to a dual-mode GSM/CDMA chip to facial
recognition and improved video chat. All of which have given creative minds some interesting ideas about what the iPhone 5 (or whatever it's called) will
look like. Here's a sampling.
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