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Raise your hand if you think the No. 5 in Apple’s Sept. 12 press-event graphic is really bait and switch for something not iPhone-related (you know, like an Apple iHovercraft). No hands? Just one? The person in the back wearing the “JFK: It Was Aliens” T-shirt?

O.K. then, let’s assume we’ll finally see Apple’s new iPhone this week, and with that in mind, let’s run down the list of the most likely rumors.

(MORE:Five Questions About Apple’s iPhone 5 Event on Sept. 12)

It won’t be called the iPhone 5. The last iPhone was the 4S, so it’d make sense to put a 5 after the next iPhone, because, you know, math, and besides, that’s the shadow of a 5 cast by Apple’s freaky light-source, physics-defying No. 12, right? Don’t assume anything. Apple reverted to calling its tablet “iPad” when it launched the…

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