The breathlessly awaited iPhone 5 will debut on Wednesday, in a San Francisco presentation led by Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook. Experts predict the device will have a new hardware design, including a larger screen and a thinner body, in addition to new mapping software. Industry analysts predict Apple could sell up to 10 million iPhone 5s by the end of September alone. The iPhone accounts for 70 percent of the company's profits. [Read about more rumored iPhone 5 features here.]
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