If you were holding your breath for a redesigned iPhone this year, it appears you are going to have to wait a bit longer.
The next iteration of Apple's smartphone, which is expected to launch in the fall, won't be dramatically different than the current model, people familiar with the matter told The Wall Street Journal on Sunday. The report did not indicate what the new model might be called or what would be different about it.
Many observers believe the next iPhones down the chute will be the much-rumored iPhone 5S and low-cost iPhone. While Apple has not confirmed the existence of such handsets, reports hold that the iPhone 5S will be similar in specs to the iPhone 5 but boast new colors, adding green and gold to the standard black and white models.
The low-cost iPhone, which is expected to cost $350 to $400, is said to have a plastic shell rather than aluminum and could be available in a rainbow of colors, such as ink, green, blue, and yellow-orange, according to MacRumors.