Yesterday, BGR.com reported that the iPhone 5, or whatever it's going to be called, is on track for a fall release and that production on the new handset will begin at the end of July. It also reported that that the phone will have true 4G LTE capabilities and a built-in NFC chip. All good news. But these are just the latest in a long string of reports and rumors that have been floating around since the iPhone 4S was released last fall. As the most anticipated gadget of the year, save for the rumored mini iPad, we've heard absolutely everything—Liquidmetal casing, quad-core processors, and even the possibility of there being not one, but two new iPhones. We've waded through all of them and tried to piece together what seemed like the most viable information regarding the next iPhone 5.