It’s almost hard to consider that the first iPhone was initially released in 2007, when the revolutionary product changed the landscape of mobile communication irrevocably. According to Jeffries analyst Peter Misek, the newest addition to the family, the iPhone 5S, could be released as soon as June 2013. This edition of the phone is projected to include increased storage (128 GB), a larger battery, a Retina+ display, and a high-definition camera — mostly expected predictions. The iPhone 5S is also projected to come in a variety of colors, similar to Apple’s iPod Touch collection. The iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S were released in September/October earlier this year, which renders this new release in relatively quick succession, yet fans of the previous models will no doubt still eagerly anticipate this new update.