Holding out for the iPhone 5? Well, your wait just got a little longer. According to Reuters, sources familiar with Apple's supply chain have said the next iPhone will hit stores in September.
The sources told Reuters that the new iPhone will look very similar to the current iPhone 4 and will come equipped with a faster processor. There's no word on if the phone will be called the iPhone 5.
Apple has traditionally released new iPhones at its Worldwide Developers Conferences held in June, but this year the company teased that this year's WWDC would focus heavily on software, prompting rumors and reports that there would be no new iPhone unveiling.
Will we finally see a dual-core iPhone? Hopefully.