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We'll probably see the iPod line die before a Lightning iPod Classic ever comes.
All the colors for this plastic iPhone look like different shades of baby puke.THIS is another reason why the iPhone Color should be aluminum and not plastic.
  For me it has more to do with what Apple is doing to their brand. As an enthusiast for Apple, a cheap looking plastic phone does concern me.   Contrary to some others, I have always supported the idea of a cheaper iPhone and I supported the idea of the iPad Mini unlike some other enthusiast here.   But my vision of a cheaper iPhone is NOT cheap looking plastic. Why wouldn't Apple instead just use the anodized aluminum they have been using in their $50 iPods? Whats with...
True.Apple has done a lot of unexpected things over the past 12 months.I'm very curious what we'll see from the iPhone event this fall...
I've thought about that but it's been a decade since the iPod Color so I don think that would be too confusing for people.Also "Color" would be the least tarnishing moniker for this device compared to Lite, Cheap, Budget, etc.
Fingerprint security and NFC would make the 5S Pro. I could see a lot of business uses for that technology actually.
Well it'll at least be the same price as the equally tacky Nokia Lumia...
Looking at all the "leaks" over the past months I keep thinking about the teardrop iPhone fiasco.Although I'm convinced Apple will release a cheaper iPhone of sorts I have a suspicion this isn't it.Could this be a controlled leak from Apple to act as a red herring from the 5S/6?5C is not brilliant at all.It should simply be called the iPhone Color.Honestly for me C = Cheap which should be what Apple DOES NOT want. And what does this phone have to do with the now old iPhone...
I agree that the iPhone Color seems to be coming.I'm still hoping it ends up being aluminum or a metal as not plastic.If it is plastic just as the leaks have suggested Tim Cook and maybe even Jonny Ive have both lost their minds.
We are not in the 90s anymore...Apple has completely changed course and have brought all of their products even the entry level ones up to their standards of metal and glass.Why would they go back on that now?If the $50 iPod Shuffle is made of aluminum why wouldn't a $400 iPhone?It just doesn't make sense for them to backpedal on their high quality brand ethos of metal and glass.Great point.Cook repeated how well the 4 was doing over the 3GS and I believe Apple brass knows...
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