Here's some new for all you hipster, nerdy, never been laid types. Steve Jobs could be cementing his place in history as a"Technological Jesus" with the upcoming release of the new iPhone sometime this year.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is making moves in preparation for the release of the latest iPhone, hopefully by the end of September. Nothing like cashing in on hippy, douchebag, fan boys every six months or so.

The next iPhone is expected to look similar to the current iPhone 4, but could be thinner and lighter. Another widely reported rumor is that the new iPhone will have an 8 megapixel camera; the iPhone 4 has a 5 megapixel camera.

The new phone will certainly run Apple's iOS 5, which CEO Steve Jobs helped unveil last month at the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference. The upcoming Apple mobile operating system -- also for the iPad and iPod Touch -- will include deep Twitter integration, tabbed browsing in Safari, a "reminders" feature, a "Newsstand" app for newspaper and magazine subscriptions, and free iOS-to-iOS text messaging.

Taking a cue from Microsoft's less-popular Zune media-player line, Apple has added wireless syncing to iOS 5, so that users don't have to plug their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch into their computer to transfer files. The next iPhone also is expected to mesh with iCloud, a new online service that will allow people to stash documents, store photos and sync music over the Internet.