From MSN.com... it's coming!
Apple has just invited members of the press to the event, where they will likely be the first to hear about the next-generation iPhone — which, if you're reading things into the shadow on the invitation, may be called the iPhone 5. Based on the latest rumors, the next-generation iPhone will look pretty darn similar to the iPhone 4S, but with a slightly thinner and larger screen and a two-tone body. The device's display is expected to be 4 inches instead of 3.5 inches in diagonal, and elongated (so that its aspect ratio is wider).
Sporting new guts with 1GB of RAM (which would double what is believed to be the current device's amount of RAM), and it will be 4G LTE compatible.
Both reports, as well as more recent part leaks, suggest that the next iPhone will use a smaller 19-pin port rather than the wider 30-in port found on current iPhones, iPads and iPods. (Say goodbye to your old chargers.)
The iPhone 5 will ship nine days after it is announced, on Sept. 21.