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 I would not assume that every iPhone user who upgraded to the iPhone 6 or 6 plus upgraded from an iPhone 5S after only one year.  My guess is that many of them upgraded from the iPhone 4, 4S, and 5 after two or three years. The iPhone 6 is not too big for some people's hands.  It is too big for others.  That's one reason why the iPhone 5S and 5C are still selling.
People mutilate themselves and then complain when there are consequences.  They should take responsibility for their own choices.
If the iPhone 6 were paper thin, it would still be too big to fit many people's hands.
Only 20% have upgraded because the iPhone 6 is too freakishly big for many users.
 While some Skylake parts will ship in Q3 2015, I don't expect Skylake-H parts suitable for the MBP before Q4 at the earliest.  I think we'll see Skylake MBPs in February or March 2016.
I think a 4" iPhone 6C is plausible. If Apple were to build it, I would be shocked if it were to not include Touch ID. I would be surprised if were to not include NFC, because it would be stupid to not include support for Apple Pay. That makes the A8 chip the logical choice, even if the camera and flash might be taken from the iPhone 5S.
I used to buy a new iPhone every year. I skipped the iPhone 6 because it is too big. I very much want Apple Pay, but I'm not willing to accept a phone bigger than my iPhone 5s. I prefer the size of the 4s, but the 5s is tolerable.
Exactly which Macs are capable of driving the Dell UltraSharp 27 Ultra HD 5K at full resolution?
I would buy one.  I normally buy a new iPhone every year, but I passed on the iPhone 6 because it's too big.
Since when is five and a half months "more than six months"???  This must be the sort of arithmetic they teach in government schools.
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