All of the iPhone 5 Rumors Worth Believing in One Place

Sometimes it feels impossible to wade through the torrent of Apple rumors streaming constantly from the keyboards of thinly sourced tech blogs to the eyes of eagerly waiting fanboys. Speculation over the iPhone 5 has been particularly bad as of late. Last month, we pointed to an article by Sascha Segan, a blogger at PC magazine who said he was getting "physically sick of the nonstop iPhone rumor mill." Segan's inevitably right that tech blogs are pumping out countless posts about the new iPhone and that many of them contradict each other. That's why they're called rumors.

Nevertheless, the past week has delivered a few new updates that we can stomach. Among other things, we already believed that the iPhone would sport the fast A5 chip that's in the iPad 2 and that Apple would offer a suite of low-, mid- and high-price models. Apple has also already announced the neat details of the operating system that will power the new iPhone, including updated notifications and Dashboard-like widgets. But here's a fresh set of updates that feel fairly dependable.

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