Putting aside all of the "is this a bug" or "is this a problem" the biggest non-problem problem with the iPhone5 is this: there is NO compelling, monumental advance over an of it's competitors.
In regards to the camera: In bright light, it gets purple haze, in low light, it can't compete against the likes of a Nokia 920 or the upcoming Samsungs: http://www.engadget....light-shootout/
It's image stabilization sucks. http://www.engadget....light-shootout/
It has a lower pixel density (RETINA!) remember when that was the most important thing? then numerous phones on the market:
Galaxy S3: 303ppi
Nokia 920: 332ppi
Galaxy Mini: 332ppi
Google has far superior maps then Apple, so Apple can't claim anything there. Apple even sites Nokia's maps as a better alternative to theirs (in a press release FROM Apple) so they admit they aren't even close to a leader here.
Google has more phones in the field more activations, and more developer interest... they will more then double the iPhone's global circulation by the end of the year.
I mean, do we have any key, major feature that Apple has that you say "wow, no one else is even close?" Add to this the change in the dock connector which kicks people in the ass who have boomboxes, accessories, etc... and you give less reason for upgraders, and you don't have a really compelling case for those against another phone.
It's not about "the problems" it's about the fact there isn't an exceptional feature here that makes it stand out from the crowd so that you say: well, this is the must have phone! Apple's crow about "it's the apps" helps them for now, but a huge slice of the market doesn't care about that as much as apple does. Give those people facebook, email and a phone + web browser and that's all they want.