I can tell you that Steve Jobs was waiting for the Qualcomm chip that’s in the new iPad for good reason.
you can bet the iPhone 5 on 4G LTE will not be a battery-hog.
it’s now only a matter of posterity, but I think Apple made a good decision in not going to 4G too early.
by the way… I’m on my first full week using the Samsung Galaxy Note. the cellular service is better on AT&T than my iPhones have been. but, now that the most recent iOS 5.1 update is available from Apple, we’ll all start seeing 4G. that may have helped resolve the problems I had with service along Freemanville Road. but, any Google device still pales by comparison to the iPhone. I still define Android as awkward to use while iOS enables iPhones to do precisely what you expect and went them to do.
so, I doubt it will be too long before we hand the Galaxy off to another Ministry. but, we remain open-minded, and trying.
peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.
brian patrick cork