View Poll Results: Are you upgrading to the new iPhone
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- 03-29-2010, 07:22 PM #26
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- 03-29-2010, 09:57 PM #30
In fact, they could add a led indicator and call it a day and I'll be there.
- 03-29-2010, 10:55 PM #31
i didnt make the upgrade to the 3GS so this one has been long awaited... i think the only reason i made it this long is b/c i ended up getting a new new 3G right before the 3GS came out b/c i had the issues with the white plastic cracking.... so it was a free iphone right before the new one came out.... but IM really excited for this update... and the new macbook pro
- 03-30-2010, 12:05 AM #32
After only having an iPhone for 3 years, I recently switched to the N1 and I am digging some of the features of the N1. However the screen is just not as crisp as the the iPhone, it just doesn't quite get it right like the iPhone. I really dig the open source. I have installed many apps that apple would not allow and you can really customize the UI to your liking.
That said if the iphone comes out with multitasking a new UI much better screen, faster processor, yada yada, I will be getting it.
After 3 years no one has been able to blow away the iphone, but if the new version is not leaps and bounds ahad of the competition, they will fall behind again in the year following the next release
- 03-30-2010, 01:35 AM #33
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- 03-30-2010, 02:33 PM #39iPhone Newbie
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I have no iPhone, and have been saving for half an year now for an iPhone. I will continue saving. However, I do see that HTC and others are bringing VERY nice gadgets out.
I'm getting it. If I dislike it, I'll sell it and use the money to buy another phone, like one from HTC. If I did it the other way round (first buy the HTC, then sell it and buy the iPhone in case of disappointment), I'd risk myself losing quite a bit of money, since all the other phones lose their value pretty quickly. Because the iPhone is only sent out once per year, if I want to sell it, I'll get a lot more % of money back.
- 03-30-2010, 09:18 PM #40iPhone Newbie
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I'll be picking it up as well. My 3G has served me like a warrior and I really have no major complaints with AT&T short of the fact that they, like others still charge for text messaging while in the same breath telling me I have to buy unlimited data. Either way, when I bought the 3G, it more than exceeded my expectation in many categories. I'm stoked for a new, faster one and can't wait.
- 03-30-2010, 09:33 PM #41
- 03-31-2010, 03:06 PM #42
Oh and I'm pretty sure I'll be getting the new iPhone if it has a higher-res screen.
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- 03-31-2010, 10:17 PM #48
That will be the toughest part of switching. Losing the jailbreaking will suck. I might wait a few weeks but likely will be sucked in and get it. I spent 6 months away from the iPhone with the Hero and Touch Pro 2, don't think I can leave again. Like mentioned above, Android is nice and the customization is cool but its doesn't quite work as smoothly and easily as the iPhone.
- 04-01-2010, 05:52 AM #49
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