Upgrading becomes more meticulous
Years ago you used to be able to just upgrade at a whim, you just wanted the latest thing and that's it. But now you will have to make a decision, and you will have to make sacrifices.
How many of you will be torn about getting the iPhone with the bigger screen or the iPhone that fits perfectly in your hands? Is anyone willing to keep the iPhone 4S if you don't find the new iPhone to be better?
- 07-25-2012, 01:21 AM #2
I would like to use NFC to make payments and have fast LTE speeds, but not at the cost of the form factor. It is the single most important part of a smartphone for me.
- 07-25-2012, 05:53 AM #3
Why i click on your threads i still don't know. Just out of curiosity, when you decide to make a new thread (besides the obvious "Get a higher post count" logic you seem to focus on), do you actually think about what you're saying or do you just slap some random (See: Illogical) thought down?
Last edited by SeanHRCC; 07-25-2012 at 06:01 AM.
I've never had to think about if I wanted to upgrade before...
- 07-25-2012, 09:04 AM #5
Big screens are ugly... how? Its more of the same that you already have. I personally think 4" is perfectly big enough for a person to use without it being too big in your hands.
When LTE goes mainstream (as it has in my City) you will care about it. $100 bucks that some time before the iPhone 6 releases you will make a post saying "iPhone is just too slow Apple needs to step up their game."
The two-tone design we've been seeing is kinda hideous, but with a case, it wont be that big of a deal.
Anyone can upgrade to iOS 5, but they miss the functionality of many features, like Siri for example. You may not use it at all, but for me, who uses is multiple times daily, it makes my life a whole lot easier when I can simply tell my phone to message someone, or call someone, or to remind me about this, or to wake me up in half an hour, rather to have to manually enter in the data myself. You paid money for the phone, use it how it was suppose to be used.
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- 07-25-2012, 10:34 AM #8
I don't think that the leaked designs of the iPhone 5 are ugly at all. They look really good to me. I would welcome all of the changes and additions to the hardware and software. However, will not be getting the new iPhone 5. I'm not due for an upgrade until next year and by then, the iPhone 5s should be nearing it's launch. The iPhone 4S is such an awesome device that I'm not to concerned about upgrading now anyway.
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you do not really talk with people. you just keep repeating the same **** over and over
- 07-26-2012, 01:50 PM #24