According to current speculation, Apple's iPhone 5 is just weeks away from becoming a reality. The latest rumours published on US technology blog All Things Digital suggest that new Apple CEO Tim Cook will host a media event on 4 October to unveil the hotly anticipated smartphone.
To add credence to these latest rumours, we've also heard that there are multiple advertising campaigns starting early next month for a mystery mobile device. While it could be anything, there is every possibility this will tie directly into the iPhone 5 launch.
Will there be more than one new iPhone?
Many industry experts are predicting two new iPhone devices to hit the shelves this year. The first is likely to be an all-new, flagship iPhone 5 and the second an iPhone 4S — a slightly cheaper, downsized version of the iPhone 5 targeted at consumers on a budget. Most predictions suggest this could be a slight refresh of the iPhone 4 with a lower price tag.
What will be new in the iPhone 5?
Rumours about the iPhone 5 have been published for months, some wild speculation, others sounding closer to the mark. At the very least, expect the iPhone 5 to have a larger screen, a better quality camera and a new design: Apple loves to make the claim that new products are thinner and lighter than their predecessors.
What do you want to see in the iPhone 5?
But what do YOU want to see in the iPhone 5? Maybe you don't care about the screen and are more interested in an NFC chip? Maybe you just want the thing to have better battery life so it will last all day and night? Vote in our poll below and tell us!