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mike1 said:I think this is the first I've heard about separate 4G LTE and 5G variants of the same models. Another whole set of SKUs to worry about.3-4 colors3 storage size options eachAre there still different models depending on the carrier???Different models for different regions worldwideNow double all that because of 5G/No 5G variantsThat's an awful lot of SKUs
ne1 said:Definitely waiting until new models come out...unless my 9.7” Pro keeps having this background refresh / battery overheating problem on 13.5.1
DAalseth said:tht said:I'm getting tired of the teasing now. Feels more like punishment to continually rumormonger this machine for March to June of 2021. Still so far away.
I’m glad my iPP is running so well. It might be a while before I replace it.
exceptionhandler said:apple ][ said:Looks like a killer lineup!
Apple has basically everything covered!
From the very affordable iPhone SE to these 4 new iPhone 12 and 12 Pro models coming later this year!
There is something there for every need and every budget!
And if anybody thinks that the lineup is too complicated, then allow me to suggest that their comprehension and understanding is too limited. This lineup is very simple and easy to understand.
I can imagine a simpler line up:
5.4”, 6.1”, 6.7”... all the same hardware wise except for screen size, battery size, color, and price.What a disaster that would be... a choice between only $1,000 models or an SE? Yikes.
On the contrary, the midrange iPhone 12 lineup is going to be a huge hit, like the XR and 11 before it. 5G, OLED, FaceID and A14/4GB for $649 with a 5.4” display and it’s physically smaller than the SE? Many will choose it over the SE.
Rayz2016 said:chasm said:Wait, are you trying to tell me that cheaper iPhones may not have the same internals as more expensive iPhones?? I FOR ONE AM SHOCKED.
This lawsuit will go nowhere because harm cannot be proven, because 2x2 is not inferior, and because it’s not defective. Funny how no other phone makers get sued over this sort of stuff, even though 2x2 is obviously more widely used ...
I don’t ever remember Apple settling a nuisance suit. They’ve got attorneys on staff, and to my knowledge they vigorously defend all suits filed against them.That’s not to say they don’t settle those that have merit, but anyone who thinks Apple is going to just lay down will be quickly disabused of that thought.