With its new device, Apple needs to solve the antenna problems seen on the iPhone 4.
This is according to Jason Jenkins, editor of CNET UK, who said that when you hold the iPhone 4 in a certain way, the signal is reduced. He added: "We're looking to see Apple fix this problem with the iPhone 5."
"We'd love to see support for Adobe Flash, which would make Internet browsing a little better - at the moment, if you come across a site that is written using Flash, it doesn't work properly," he explained to wireless communication device users and others.
Meanwhile, Google chairman Eric Schmidt claimed recently that former Apple chief executive Steve Jobs was "probably the best" company boss in 50 or 100 years.
Mr Schmidt, a former Apple board member, made the statement in an interview at a technology conference.
Of course, Mr Jobs has been influential in developing a range of other Apple products in recent years, including the iPod, iPad and iPhone.