reporting that rumors of a 4.2-inch screen, which have been circulating since a leak from Apple's Swiss website are false. Its sources said that the iPhone 5 will be relatively unchanged from the iPhone 4, and that the screen will still be less than 4-inches in size.
The sources added that the iPhone 5's screen sport a 3.5- to 3.7-inch screen. The current iPhone 4 has a 3.5-inch screen, in comparison. However, the iPhone 5 will be designed with a thinner bezel to make the screen appear larger. Rumors that the iPhone 5 would carry an edge-to-edge screen design appeared earlier this year.
In addition, sources said that iPhone 5's back design will be changed to a metal chassis instead of reinforced glass. A report by third-party warranty site SquareTrade noted that the iPhone 4 was significantly more vulnerable to breakage than past models.
Other rumored specs for the iPhone 5 include the A5 dual-core processor that currently ships in the iPad 2, an 8-megapixel camera, and full HD video recording. The world still awaits Apple's launch, however.