It already seemed unlikely that the iPhone 5 would sport a 4.6-inch screen: it would have meant a significantly higher resolution in order to have a retina display. iMore went further, and said that the screen size is not set in stone, but that even if Apple ups the size of the screen, it would be more likely to be a modest increase in size to perhaps 4-inches.
There had been earlier rumors that Apple was trying to pull the iPhone 5 back into a summer release schedule, as that had been the schedule for iPhone refreshes since Apple changed the smartphone landscape with the first iPhone. However, it looks like the iPhone is locked into a fall release schedule, at least for now, although whether or not that means October remains to be seen.
Finally, there's more confirmation that the iPhone 5 will support LTE. That's hardly news, as with the "new iPad" sporting LTE, there was little doubt that the iPhone 5 would carry it as well. That also points to an October release, as well: the iPhone is currently carried by AT&T and Verizon, which already have LTE, and Sprint, which will launch LTE in the middle of this year.
The final wireless carrier to sell the iPhone is regional carrier C-Spire, which has a September 4G LTE roll out plan.
Still there are months left before an iPhone 5 launch. We expect the rumors to really heat up when the iPhone 5 launch is REALLY near.