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Can The Phone Be Reinvented?

April 19, 2012
The iPhone 5 won't arrive for about six months, but that doesn't stop the rumors and questions from swirling. Will it be as much of a success as the iPhone 4S, which is expected to be a key component in Apple's earning's call next week? Will it be LTE? Will it be liquid metal? Will it be a radical redesign?

Looking around at the state of mobile phones today, from Nokia's and RIM's seemingly inexorable slide into history, to crazy mulitcore battles to try to out-spec rivals and bedazzle consumers with meaningless stats


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