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Good point. It's one thing to still incorporate it in relatively small sellers like Apple TV, Airports and the like, but this phone will sell tens of millions, and will be obsolete in a year, destined for landfills across the world.
I'd like a smaller high end iPhone. I simply detest phones are getting bigger rather than smaller, which seems to me counter to the whole point of a mobile device -- the smallest usable size possible. I miss my Motorola Razr sometimes.
That may well be true depending on how these are priced.There could be a huge influx of brand new customers to the platform unwilling to spend more on the 5 or 4S (surely this replaces the 4, which is set to expire on the intro of the next flagship model anyway, no?).With most current iPhone users locked into a contract for another year or two, Apple is safe to postpone a 5S introduction for months, and still make heaps of cash with this, without suffering too much...
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If Apple truly wants to show people they innovate, they'll drop the stupid "i" monikers. ENOUGH already with the iCrap names! It dates back to 1998 for cryin out loud. How about something fresh and smart for a change. "iWatch" Can't wait. I can see it now ... iWatch TV iWatch football iWatch hotel guests through a peephole in the wall ... Brilliant
I thought the Slide To Unlock bar was a fail safe of sorts. In other words, you had to put your finger on that tab to unlock the phone, and prevent accidental activation. Such as, putting the phone in a pocket, and accidentally pressing the power button, or home button, activating the screen. Now that the entire screen is one big slide to unlock button, it strikes me that accidental activations are much more likely than they are currently. And once the screen is active...
I think it's telling that the so-called "emergency" system is for the 4S & 5 only, and not for the 4 which they continue to sell under a two year contract, and for which will almost certainly get an update to iOS 7 making it a current phone for at least another model year. Guess if you want to be 'safe' you'll have to upgrade HA!
Seems like they may be focusing on e streaming radio service. Yawn.
Nope I'm pretty sure that's Apple's answer to the Galaxy Mega series phones: the iPhone XL
It's true. Apple would be foolish not to upgrade to lighting before they discontinue it, given that people who love the classic, really swear by them. If they learned the Classic were being discontinued, the switch to lightning, might actually encourage them all to upgrade to get the new lighting connector.Is there any chance the disk capacity could be increased one more time before they discontinue it? That would also encourage new sales ...
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