Just when I thought things had been simplified
With the iPhone 4, I thought Apple had finally got the model numbering to (for the tech industry) an unusually sensible situation with respect to model numbers - i.e. the fourth model of iPhone was in fact called the iPhone 4. Now, however, they seem to have messed it up again, with the fifth model being called the iPhone 4S.
Assuming the next model does in fact have LTE/4G, does that mean that the next model will be the iPhone 4G, the iPhone LTE, the iPhone 5, or the iPhone 6?
All this doesn't really matter compared to the question of whether the new phone is actually any good, but they seem to have missed a wonderful opportunity to keep the name simple.