It Might Be Time to Cool It With the Shaky iPhone 5 Rumors

Monday morning, a new batch of iPhone 5 rumors arrived at Boy Genius Report. If you've been following the serialized drama about the next generation of the Apple's Tricorder-like device, the revelations will seem pretty incremental. BGR's Jonathan S. Geller reports that Apple will release a redesigned iPhone 5, continue to sell the iPhone 4 and also offer a prepaid model priced for $350 that might actually be a regular old iPhone 3GS, "finally giving the company a full range of devices in the lower, mid, and high-end price segments." You should consult our guide to iPhone 5 rumors if anything besides that 3GS detail comes as a surprise.

Sascha Segan at PC magazine seems neither surprised nor impressed by this endless iPhone 5 guessing game. In fact, he seems completely fed up.

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