iPhone 5 come with 4G. This has been rumored for many months and was even previously reported on iPhone 5 Latest. What’s not obvious, however, is whether this will be plain 4G or 4G LTE–and, yes, there is a difference between the two. The difference between the two is simple: 4G LTE is considerably faster than 4G (we’re talking 12mbps download rate versus 5-6mbps download rate).
Perhaps even more noticeable than the beautiful 4G icon in the iPhone 5′s taskbar is the size of the device. In looking at the first picture, the bigger size isn’t that noticeable; however, when you see picture 2, it’s obvious that the iPhone 5 is bigger than the previous iPhone models. How much bigger? We don’t know yet, but judging by the pictures, we’re betting that the iPhone 5 is probably sporting at least a 3.7 to 4.3″ display.