1. boomhower1820's Avatar
    4" screen and LTE. NFC I don't really care about.
    10-20-2011 09:05 PM
  2. DannyMichel's Avatar
    I'm not gonna say that all I've ever wanted was talk and surf and fast Internet on CDMA iPhones, but can we AT LEAST get those two things to put us on a level playing field with the GSM iPhones? I mean, does apple have some kind of secret pact with AT&T or something?


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    10-20-2011 09:14 PM
  3. E_Brown's Avatar
    I'm not gonna say that all I've ever wanted was talk and surf and fast Internet on CDMA iPhones, but can we AT LEAST get those two things to put us on a level playing field with the GSM iPhones? I mean, does apple have some kind of secret pact with AT&T or something?


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    Talk and surf cant be done on Verizons 3G network. It has nothing to do with iPhones or apple. Also slower speeds on CDMA has nothing to do with apple.


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    10-20-2011 09:25 PM
  4. DannyMichel's Avatar
    Talk and surf cant be done on Verizons 3G network. It has nothing to do with iPhones or apple. Also slower speeds on CDMA has nothing to do with apple.


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    Mmmmm, kiiiiinda. If Verizon were important to Apple, they'd work with them by making an LTE phone. The thunderbolt can talk and surf. Apple could do it if they wanted, but in my eyes, they stuck it to CDMA carriers by giving AT&T HSPA while us CDMA users are stuck on snail speed. If this years iPhone was LTE, Verizon would be blowing AT&T's HSPA out the water
    10-20-2011 09:30 PM
  5. E_Brown's Avatar
    Mmmmm, kiiiiinda. If Verizon were important to Apple, they'd work with them by making an LTE phone. The thunderbolt can talk and surf. Apple could do it if they wanted, but in my eyes, they stuck it to CDMA carriers by giving AT&T HSPA while us CDMA users are stuck on snail speed. If this years iPhone was LTE, Verizon would be blowing AT&T's HSPA out the water
    I actually thought about leaving Verizon for AT&T when I found out it had hspa+, but then I figured the next iPhone should have LTE and then I'll be stuck with AT&T and not have Verizon's awesome LTE network. I don't think Verizon is important to apple. It's pretty obvious since they got passed up on the first 3 iPhones. LTE isn't advanced enough to put it into an iPhone. It's used all over the world and LTE is only available in a few parts of the US. I understand why they didn't put LTE on this one. Hopefully the next iPhone will have it though. Luckily usually where ever I am, I'm hooked up to wifi and am getting 10 to 15 mbps down.


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    10-20-2011 09:44 PM
  6. DannyMichel's Avatar
    I actually thought about leaving Verizon for AT&T when I found out it had hspa+, but then I figured the next iPhone should have LTE and then I'll be stuck with AT&T and not have Verizon's awesome LTE network. I don't think Verizon is important to apple. It's pretty obvious since they got passed up on the first 3 iPhones. LTE isn't advanced enough to put it into an iPhone. It's used all over the world and LTE is only available in a few parts of the US. I understand why they didn't put LTE on this one. Hopefully the next iPhone will have it though. Luckily usually where ever I am, I'm hooked up to wifi and am getting 10 to 15 mbps down.


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    Same here. We have a year of torte to withstand. A year of saying 'you wait and see AT&T fan-boy'. Totally how I feel. I wish I knew what it was. Why Apple decided to go with AT&T. Apple and Verizon are both very arrogant individually. I guess it was a Kobe and Shaq kinda thing. I understand the maturity thing with LTE, but there are a lot of people in states like NY and LA and we want it. Can you imagine them f*****g us again with the next iPhone. I'll have no choice but to switch to AT&T
    10-20-2011 09:50 PM
  7. E_Brown's Avatar
    Same here. We have a year of torte to withstand. A year of saying 'you wait and see AT&T fan-boy'. Totally how I feel. I wish I knew what it was. Why Apple decided to go with AT&T. Apple and Verizon are both very arrogant individually. I guess it was a Kobe and Shaq kinda thing. I understand the maturity thing with LTE, but there are a lot of people in states like NY and LA and we want it. Can you imagine them f*****g us again with the next iPhone. I'll have no choice but to switch to AT&T
    If the next iPhone doesn't have LTE I'll either switch to AT&T or get an LTE device on Verizon. Maybe just get an LTE mifi, and always hook my iPhone up to the LTE mifi. Which you could actually do now, and talk and surf at the same time. I almost got the droid bionic, but I hate how after 6 months of android your phone stops getting updated.


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    10-20-2011 10:04 PM
  8. DannyMichel's Avatar
    I want a friggen wifi switch!
    11-30-2011 11:16 AM
  9. DaPhoneking's Avatar
    I want a friggen wifi switch!
    I'll add to that: a wifi and Bluetooth switch, within the Notification Center.


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    11-30-2011 12:17 PM
  10. leharris22's Avatar
    4G/LTE capability. That would make me upgrade.
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    11-30-2011 01:11 PM
  11. LSglock89's Avatar
    Better front facing camera
    4G
    Some sort of LED light (around the home button would be cool)
    Slightly bigger screen not to exceed 4 inches
    11-30-2011 01:53 PM
  12. iLive an iLife's Avatar
    I feel like if Apple ever included an LED (which I wouldn't mind), it would BE the home button. I feel like that's how they would incorporate it. Anyone agree?
    11-30-2011 03:37 PM
  13. redneck86's Avatar
    1) No more physical home button.. how about a touch pad area or on screen home button
    2) LTE would be nice but I dont really need it...I have always found my 3g speeds to be more than enough
    3) Make sure that LTE does not destroy the phones battery life.
    4) an option to choose what social network to share to instead of just twitter.
    5) free tethering .. its YOUR data use it how you please. ( carrier controlled I know but I think apple could lean on them about it)
    11-30-2011 03:38 PM
  14. LSglock89's Avatar
    I feel like if Apple ever included an LED (which I wouldn't mind), it would BE the home button. I feel like that's how they would incorporate it. Anyone agree?
    Definitely agree there. I am a BlackBerry convert (thus the love for LED notifications). The BlackBerry 9930 lot up around the physical trackpad, not a LED notification, but a neat feature.
    11-30-2011 05:27 PM
  15. DaPhoneking's Avatar
    4G/LTE capability. That would make me upgrade.
    C'mon Qualcomm.... Make those chips smaller and power efficient!
    11-30-2011 07:39 PM
  16. grunt0300's Avatar
    My wife loves her 3GS, with IOS 5.01. Her upgrade from AT&T is this month, but she misses that blinking red LED notification light! I told her about the possibility that iPhone 5 will be out in about a year from now, and she told me that she's willing to wait, just for that dumb light. Amazing. What is it about that light? I had a BB, and found the light annoying. She does get more e-mails than i do, but is not happy with the notification system that came with the new IOS. Can anyone help me understand the attraction of that thing? Will Apple put one on the iPhone 5, hopefully with a deactivation button?
    12-01-2011 10:55 AM
  17. DannyMichel's Avatar
    Haha, I have no idea what you're talking about, but I can only imagine that if it's something they removed and has not reappeared on the 4 or 4S, that it's not something that people care enough about. Apple must have removed it for a reason. Your wife might be alone here, but at least she has you


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    12-01-2011 11:00 AM
  18. grunt0300's Avatar
    Haha, I have no idea what you're talking about, but I can only imagine that if it's something they removed and has not reappeared on the 4 or 4S, that it's not something that people care enough about. Apple must have removed it for a reason. Your wife might be alone here, but at least she has you


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    I was talking about the blinking red l.e.d light(mail notifications), that we both had on our old BB's. She misses that feature, and it never was on an iPhone.
    12-01-2011 11:25 AM
  19. sting7k's Avatar
    The screen not be larger than 4 inches.
    12-01-2011 11:27 AM
  20. DannyMichel's Avatar
    Gotcha gotcha


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    12-01-2011 11:29 AM
  21. LSglock89's Avatar
    I was talking about the blinking red l.e.d light(mail notifications), that we both had on our old BB's. She misses that feature, and it never was on an iPhone.
    I loved the blinking LED. Especially when I was in a situation where my phone was on silent, I could see the light blink an know that I had some sort of notification. Also if I walk away from my phone and come back, I can see the LED light.

    Personal preference, but I do miss it. It is generally the little things.
    12-01-2011 12:14 PM
  22. paul-c's Avatar
    Gesture area like webOS. That would be great.
    12-01-2011 03:20 PM
  23. writergal's Avatar
    Blinking LED notification
    Customizable notification for different email accounts/Social Media right out of the box

    Basically, I'd love it if BB and iPhone had a lovechild with the best of both devices!
    12-02-2011 12:06 AM
  24. grunt0300's Avatar
    Blinking LED notification
    Customizable notification for different email accounts/Social Media right out of the box

    Basically, I'd love it if BB and iPhone had a lovechild with the best of both devices!
    I have both phones, but even after laying one on top of the other, no babies!
    12-02-2011 11:10 AM
  25. saisusr's Avatar
    thought not ground breaking the following makes a smartphone users life easier
    access to settings from status-bar, for example all network controls by simply touching the network status icon from the status-bar, (we cannot get to bluethooth with one-touch in ios)
    similarly for sound profiles, clock etc
    option to have seperate e-mail icons for quick access, unified in-box is an alternative, but seperating corporate vs personal inboxes at the least will be good
    12-02-2011 04:30 PM
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