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 I guess some people just make shit up because I have both phones and the 4S is faster, will likely be supported longer (relative to launch) and what you wrote was bullshit about future proofing.
 The 4 is not supported for iOS 8 and my 4 was slower than my wife's 4S.  I call BS that your 4 is running better than your wife's 4S with double cores that are more advanced when running the same rev iOS.  You're also lacking Siri, 3D maps and turn-by-turn navigation, AirDrop, AirPlay mirroring, live camera filters, panorama mode.
Eh they whine at me when I go over but they don't seem to bother throttling me enough to notice. Probably because I don't go over every month.
Too bad his network is still so-so in comparison. Plus I'm shacked by a unlimited contract. If AT&T is ever dumb enough to kill those I'll pay the ETF and leave.
Having owned all those phones while my wife had the other she had the far better phones. The dual core A5 in the 4s was much better than the single core A4. The 4S has Siri and iOS 8. The 4 doesn't.The 5s has 64 bit and touchID and will likely get an extra years worth of support.The S models get as many new features as the non-S that it's not a tick rock cycle but a tick tick tick cycle thus far and the S models seem more refined because the form factor remained the same...
 Good lord, old (in spirit if not in body) people have been writing this stupid paragraph since time immemorial.  Whether it's Blu-Ray or Internet or VHS or Cable TV or MTV or 35mm film or OMG SOUND IN MOVIES! it was always something about how amazing stuff today is and we should all just STOP with the technology madness and live.  I can imagine this written in 1974: For a kid in HS or even prep school, to be able to go out, shoot and edit an Super 8 film (1965, sound...
No. In this case displays, infrastructure and content are marching forward at about the same pace.For HDTVs we had (analog) HD displays before we had a lot of content with HD tape being very rare and the BR, HD-DVD war and limited bandwidth for cable and slow internet. Later digital HDTV displays were still expensive.Today UHDTV displays are under a grand ($799 for a 50" Sekki with Vizio about to release one as well).Content is already available to millions with 15 Mbps...
Or put their phone in a clear bag on a counter nearby.Personally, I'm not touching my watch if I'm messing with chemicals nor do I want to risk a splash.
Lol...moving goalposts are we? No one said that adoption would be 100% everywhere next year. But the US and Asia will see significant 4K deployment in 2015. 4K will be widespread in a few years, not in a couple generations.
 There are several use cases for 1 handed use.   A large set is quick access to info...see a text, check the time, check the calendar, pick a different song, etc.  These are still doable on the plus.   Another set is to do more complex tasks single handedly. These are not as doable on the plus.  Like one handed texting or email.  It is offset by more effective two handed use in those same activities. I'm guessing that a lot of that 1 handed complex activity is probably...
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