The honeymoon is over for the iPhone 5. Rumors are already starting about Apple's next iPhone, either the 5S or an iPhone 6. One website claims to have spotted a prototype showing a smartphone with an iPhone 5 body, with minor tweaks to inner components. There's no official release from Apple, but based on when other iPhones went on sale, we could expect a new iPhone by fall 2013.
T-Mobile is jumping on the iPhone bandwagon. Its parent company has apparently reached a new deal with Apple. T-Mobile has been the lone holdout among our 4 national carriers to not have the iPhone. But T-Mobile will likely carry the product next year.
How much have you already spent on the holidays? Most people would say, "too much." A new survey found 81 percent of consumers say they are concerned about racking up bills. 58 percent plan on spending less on gifts this year than they did last year. 5 percent say they're going to spend more.