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Probably a code name for a new, bigger phone and maybe misheard or mistranslated.   I want a bigger iPhone. I tried using mine last night to track stocks and do other stuff and I'm seeing that the iPhone is too small for me. Since I don't use it all that much for calls, I want something like a Dell Streak. A phone that is more of a small tablet.   And no, I won't buy and iPad mini. I want at least 32 MB of memory and LTE and Apple (are you listening Apple?) are GOUGING...
I agree and disagree. I more disagree. You might end up delaying a full year, passing on current gen. I think we will get used to regular updates. Because stuff might not sell that well for the quarter preceding an annual model. That's 3 months of lost savings.   I bet a lot of the updates will not be that big if it is semi-annual.   Now, a thinner iPad and a retina mini is a big update.   Other updates woudl be faster processors, and maybe little better screens (with...
Yes, he did not say "cheaper". He said "cheap"!   I bet they can make a decent phone for $300 and make a hefty profit. Their margins are already excellent on their current iPhone 5.   They will have to have a "cheaper" phone to address most of the world that can't afford an expensive phone. And anyone is better off with expensive product.   Google did it! (I know, it's not LTE).   Stuff always gets cheaper. My MacSE cost my $2500 (on sale, no hard drive). 20 meg HD on a...
Totally agree. While I don't care for the cheap feel of the Samsung, I do like the screen. It's hard to do anything on my iPhone 4S. And the iPhone 5 ain't all that better. Really.   Just make another larger phone, Apple.   I'm sure they will.
You have to do something when the vast majority of the world cannot afford your phone. I don't think they mean "low-end". They mean "reasonably affordable".   What's the point of the best if you end up with only 1% of the world market in the end? You can't always have "best."   BTW, the iPhone 5 could have been better and far more expensive. Where do you draw the line?   As it stands, I hate walking around with a phone that costs $799 to replace. That's a lot of money.
I searched the other day for Chinese restaurants in my area. Apple Maps brought up Chinese AND teriyaki places.   Hello?   And if they rely on Foursquare to augment their data, God help Apple. I tried out Foursquare and it is sadly incomplete and a bit of a joke.   Google Maps (Apple app with Google data) has been my go-to app for years. It's very reliable. And transit information? Traffic information? It's great.   (Apple user 32 years)
That's a premium-hosted business that is reporting this. Android tablet users are probably using Gmail.   But, yeah...hahahahaha
I was skeptical about the mini. I have an original iPad nad I don't care for the weight or heat of the new iPads.   I picked up the mini, played with it for a few minutes and was sold. No, I didn't buy one, but I don't need one right now.   Anyway, the iPad mini is absolutely perfect. Truly a small computer. Amazing.   P  
Just like the survey reported on here earlier this year that an insanely high percentage high school students surveyed were getting iPhones. Well....I asked my daughter who is in high school and she's thinks the survey is wrong. Depending on where you are. We are not in the richest area in the country and a lot of people can't afford family plans with AT&T. They are scratching by with Android for T-Mobile. My sister's family the same way. Not everyone has a lot of...
Wow. Anecdotal, but wow. My classmate is going to buy one next month. The Pro. Can't wait to see his assessment (he may like it).
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