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Posts by saarek

Gutted, misread the headline and went straight to the Mac App store, Yosesmite not there yet. 
4" is what I wanted, 4.7" is what I've had to make do with. It's a damn shame Apple decided to ignore their customers who wanted the 4" size to remain. And before anyone says it, yes I am aware that Apple has kept last years phone on the market, big whoop.
They have pulled the update for OTA, at least I don't see the option on my iPhone 6. Thank goodness I was not able to download it!!!
I wonder why it did so poorly on the pysics test.
I'd happily pay the same amount of money for a 4" iPhone 6 as is charged for the 4.7" model.I'm truly gutted that they ignored the customers who wanted the 4" factor to remain.
Had thought that it'd be higher, assuming the figure was due to lack of stock as opposed to lack of demand.   Beat most "expert" expectations.
Well after a few hours use I can honestly say that I love the phone, but wish it was 4" or smaller. The reachability option does work, but let's face it, it is a workaround.   It's a shame, short of the size it's the perfect phone.
Around 300 queuing here in Cardiff, whilst 10 including me in the reserved line. Seriously, if you wanted an iPhone 6 so badly why didn't you get out of bed and preorder one last week? It just beggars belief!
Little touches like this are what separates Apple from the Android handset makers, I don't need it but my dad would certainly find it useful.
I suppose that for me my real concern is not what the performance will be like in iOS 8 or even iOS 9 but rather what it'll be like with iOS 10 & perhaps iOS 11.The biggest reason give for an iDevice not getting an update is usually attributed to the amount of Ram.When I buy an iDevice I want & expect that device to have three years use with the latest software.
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