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The iPhone 4 is "outdated" only because it has a processor from 2 years ago. In other words... a slow processor.So... what kind of processor would a cheaper iPhone built today have?It would be slower, right?So what's wrong with just using the 2 year old processor that you've already got millions of... and the factories to assemble the iPhone 4 ?I think Apple's plan to keep selling a certain model for 3 years to wring out every bit of profit is genius.The other guys are...
I've only seen analysts estimates too.Last year when the iPhone 4S was new... it was estimated that the current 4S was 89% of iPhone sales... with the 4 and 3GS taking up the rest.I can imagine the same situation this year too. The iPhone 5 is hot right now... there's no doubt the iPhone 5 is the overwhelming majority of iPhone sales today.
I'm just confused.It sounds like people are selling their Apple stock because they don't have faith in the company.But Apple just made $1.3 billion in revenue and probably half a billion of profit in 3 days.And that's something to be worried about?
Amazing...In China... Apple made $1.3 billion in revenue... and probably half a billion of profit... in 3 days.And the stock drops...How exactly does the stock market work again?
The JooJoo was 12.1" and that already seems too big to hold comfortably for any length of time.There is a lot of bezel in the JooJoo... so you could probably get a 13" screen in that same size device.But... that's still over 1 foot tall at 12.7 inches. And no matter how thin you make it... with that much screen area it would be a heavy device.Bigger is better, right? I'm not so sure with tablets.
My bad.Earlier you said if the new Google Maps doesn't have turn-by-turn directions... it will be worse. (maybe I didn't understand... worse than what?)I was just channeling all the comments from a lot of people saying how bad the new Apple Maps are when they were released. The new Apple Maps had one thing going for them... they had turn-by-turn navigation. The old map app didn't.You're absolutely correct. Now the built-in Apple Maps have turn-by-turn... and the new...
That depends on when the last time a Google StreetView car has visited your area.If the choice was no StreetView... or 2009 StreetView... I'd pick the latter
And Street View too!It's like the desktop web version of Google Maps... now on my iPhone.I'm liking it!
But zooming in is much more fun!
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