We’ve all heard rumors about the iPhone 5 not showing up at this year’s WWDC, but on a later date in fall instead. Now new speculations have risen from the woodwork saying that the next generation iPhone will be packing LTE radios instead. Now we all know that Apple hasn’t been quick to adopt technology until it is proven or has been mass adopted for instance, 3G, MMS and video calling only showed up on later iterations of the iPhones, and this year dual-core and LTE devices are being pushed out like nobody’s business. Since we’ve already seen the dual-core processor on the iPad 2, it wouldn’t be surprising if Apple decides to add LTE on the iPhone 5 as well, despite earlier reports about them not releasing an LTE phone until next year. Like all rumors, take them with a pinch of salt until we get any official announcements from the tight-lipped company.
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