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Though we can't be sure what the seventh-generation iPhone handset will be called (as Ken Segall notes, "If it's worthy of being a new model, it's worthy of having its own number [...]"), it would seem unlikely that the forthcoming smartphone will boast a major design overhaul. Rather, and mirroring previous iPhone generations, the seventh-gen device is expected to be called the "iPhone 5S," and to exhibit an exterior largely similar to its predecessor.
However, that's not to say that the handset won't feature a "selling point," such as fingerprint technology, NFC support or even a "mini" counterpart. After all, the iPhone 3GS brought in an improved camera and voice control, and the iPhone 4S was the flagship model for Siri - Apple's "virtual personal assistant."
Nevertheless, in the above, anticipated scenario, an "iPhone 6" design overhaul is most likely something we're going to have to wait until 2014 for.
Do you like the look of the above handset's size, display, and button-free face? Take another look at the above video, and share your thoughts in the comments.