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    This may be in fact true, but on face value...what else is he going to say, his best days are behind him?!? 
  Do you have any understanding of APIs and software development? Or do you just post trolling comments for laughs? Either way, no developer anywhere checks 200 devices, and nor is there a reason to.
I'm going to take the opposite stance. I don't think this is happening. The 3GS is just too old. You can get better hardware on free crappy Android handsets these days for starters. And what happens when the 3GS DOESN'T get iOS 6 in a few months and begins losing app compatibility and support? Especially if the new iPhone does change screens and dimensions... Maybe it happens with 8GB 4.
  You're still missing the point and no your points don't apply.    To your 1: That's solely based on your goal posts. Samsung could do a release when they hit 10 million, or after x number of days since announcement. Just because an exec said something ahead of a potential announcement doesn't mean it's wrong, your argument doesn't hold up.   To your 2: Get out a little more. The US isn't even the largest smartphone market anymore, and there is no US marketing (other...
DIGITIMES!!          I thought Investors knew better....
Pot, meet kettle?           Well as long as I'm still still a slave to the cable box, my home sound system, and blu-ray player that's really all it will be, regardless if I can wave, dance, sing, yell, moan at it. The average person currently sees their TV as a big screen to view everything else, and that's about it.           I'd genuinely like to HOPE so, someone does need to change the model but I don't see it happening, yet anyway, see above.   The TV space, much like...
Panasonic just reported a 10.2 billion dollar loss on their TV business and decline in sales by 40%. Samsung spun off their display unit. Sony is floundering. Sharp isn't doing well either...This is a very low margin business with a race to the bottom. Why would Apple want to get involved? A TV is not a bi-annual gadget. 
This is news because Apple wasn't following the local law. In fact this very article suggests they dragged their feet with the iPad as they changed the iPhone policy a year ago, so they knew what they were doing. If there's another company not doing it, they should be called out too, but I don't see any listed in the report. ...Also probably worth just ignoring zzzzzzzzz as his posts are as such.
They may need to have the iPhone ready by September, but I don't see it launching until October. 
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