That's what I meant. At this point, 4G has become so meaningless that now everything on LTE is advertised as "4G LTE", which is theoretically redundant but in reality everyone in the know realizes that it means "real 4G".
I just can't see Apple releasing the iPhone 5 as a non-LTE device unless it's just a road-bump upgrade (i.e. really the "iPhone 4GS" as some analysts were calling it) before something bigger.
I would agree, but it looks like Apple's gone a bit beyond typical voice control. Looks more elaborate, by all accounts. Well integrated with the OS.
Its got some features that I didnt have, but I dont really need to set an alarm by voice control. The two things I ever used it for were texting and navigation, virtually nothing else.
Same with my GS2. Double tap the home button and it brings up Vlingo, which is even more feature rich than what my N1 could do, but again, something I find I rarely use once the "whoa cool!" factor has worn off.
To me, the biggest thing about this new iphone is the camera. iOS doesnt really encourage huge speed upgrades. There wont be things that run on this but not the iphone 4 for a long time, so the biggest thing is the camera...to me at least.