When the iPhone 4 came out June 2010, I did not get one. For me, the tale of the tape (http://www.apple.com/iphone/compare-iphones/) just didn't justify upgrading after only a year. Now my phone is over 2 years old and starting to show some wear and tear, but is it really worth the upgrade to iPhone 5? http://www.thetechlabs.com/tech-news/iphone-5-features/ I already have all of the iOS5 features, so nothing to gain there. What will make or break it for me will be 4G support. Some rumors claim the iPhone 5 will be 4G, others say no. What could happen is that there will be no iPhone 5 at all. What if the Sept/Oct release is an iPhone 4GS with everything listed in the link above except 4G? I've heard this as a possible scenario, with the iPhone 5 coming next summer with dual A6 chips and 4G, following on the heels of the iPad 3. If that happens, as much as I like my iMac, Macbook Air, iPad and iPhone as a combination, I might have to consider other options.