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- 08-20-2011, 01:16 AM #92
What a terrible name.
I could care less about an iPhone 4 with LTE, not signing another contract for that! That would make me look elsewhere, but for now, my iPhone 4 is doing fine, it needs to be worth it if Apple wants me to upgrade.
- 08-20-2011, 01:21 AM #93
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- 08-20-2011, 02:53 AM #95
For one, this whole LTE hype seems pretty pointless to me, there are several things I want in a new phone, LTE isn't even on the list. Reason why is because probably 75% of the time I'm using data on my phone I'm on wifi, and I find 3G to be plenty fast, it's the phone could be a little faster (that's where the A5 comes in). I also know AT$T will probably charge a ridiculous rate per month if you actually want to use that LTE, if you actually live in an area that has it.
The top 3 things I wanted are a bigger screen (over time I've realized that for certain things, a bigger screen would be nice, I think 4" is perfect, and you know if Apple doesn't use that Toshiba 4 incher with the 367ppi, someone else will), the A5, and yes, a notification light.
I guess what I want is not a faster iPhone 4, I want an iPhone 5. Of course, I felt this same way on the eve of the iPhone 4 release So we'll see.
- 08-20-2011, 08:51 AM #96
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^ I have to agree with you Jeremy about only having one iPhone each year being easier on the wallet. Before the iPhone I was getting a new Blackberry every 4 to 6 months. I've had my iPhone 4 for over a year now and I know my wallet feels like it weighs a ton because of it.
- 08-20-2011, 09:22 AM #98
i have to admit not chasing the next greatest device has been a pleasure over the last couple of years. like IR said, i too seemed to have stock piled a little bit of cash that i otherwise would have spent. THIS is another reason why i will have no problem purchasing the "next" iPhone
i do not care what is called. i already know it is not going to have EVERYTHING i would want it to have. i'd be silly to think so. the fact of the matter is it is going to great. for anyone having doubts, as soon as the specs are released you will have everything you need to know right in front of you. if you do not like it then move on and continue chasing that next phone
- 08-20-2011, 09:31 AM #99
Unfortunately, if I'm not buying a new phone every year, I am buying other gadgets/toys. I budget so much money each year for toys, and still have the "phone budget" available when the next phone is released.
But as BLiNK says, it's doubtful that any device will be 100% in line with what I think it should be. That's not to say that there are not awesome devices introduced... and devices that meet my needs, if not my wants. I expect the next iPhone to follow suite... but, as he said, as soon as Jobs & Co announce it, we'll know exactly what to expect, and we can all make our respective decisions. But my phone budget it burning a hole in my pocket...
Besides, if I don't spend it on toys, my wife will try to spend it on something stupid like jewelry or shoes
- 08-20-2011, 12:20 PM #100