With the iPhone 4S, Apple has cancelled the presentation of the iPhone 5 for next year - and thus also further fuelled the rumour mill which is currently simmering on a low flame. So reported PCGames.comthat Steve Jobs is said to have personally rejected the iPhone 5 because he did not agree with the concept. Currently Apple is getting more and more under pressure from Android: more and more devices are being released with Android, and the very expensive iPhone 4S can't keep up with that: Nokia with Windows Phone 7.5 "Mango". However, the current top model should actually only be the middle class, a real top model is yet to come.
In any case, it's clear that the mobile phone market is currently on the move - when Google's Android 4.0 will have an impact is still open, and the manufacturers are holding back on updates as usual. However, it can still be observed that developers prefer iOS. Here Apple seems to have created a really good, self-contained system that still works.
The rumours about the iPhone 5 will probably continue to "follow" us smartphone enthusiasts into next year and will be flushed up in the media and blogs from time to time - maybe Apple will then present an iPhone 6 just for fun 😉