1. Liquid Theory's Avatar
    If the iPhone 6th generation (the new iPhone) also commonly referred to as the iPhone 5 specs were these:

    Improved, Thinner design (7.6 mm thin, 18% thinner)
    4-inch screen (Retina display, 640 x 1136, 30% increase, 5 rows of icons)
    Dual-core A5X chip (1 GHz CPU, 1 GB RAM)
    4G LTE (AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint)
    FaceTime HD (1.3MP front camera)
    Group chat (FaceTime with up four iOS devices/Macs)
    iOS 6 (Siri and Maps)
    Passbook/NFC features
    Better battery (9 hours talk time)
    Improved speaker and microphone
    Smaller 9-pin dock connector
    Nano SIM
    08-09-2012 02:27 AM
  2. cobra302's Avatar
    Kinda, I'm not real sure what I'd do with another row of icons. Folders really takes care of my need for more on one screen. The faster chip would be nice, plus the upgraded ram. I don't have AT&T lte here, don't really want to go to Verizon just for that. I would like a larger screen, but maybe the option to put something more useful on it as well? Widget like items? The FaceTime would be eh, I've used it more than I thought I would, but still kinda on the fence about it. Battery time would be a big thing honestly, MAYBE that would be enough on its own. The reality is I'll probably get one anyway lol.


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    08-09-2012 04:27 AM
  3. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    If the iPhone 6th generation (the new iPhone) also commonly referred to as the iPhone 5 specs were these:

    Improved, Thinner design (7.6 mm thin, 18% thinner)
    The current iPhone is thin enough for me so having it be thinner is not a concern for me.
    4-inch screen (Retina display, 640 x 1136, 30% increase, 5 rows of icons)
    The 4 inch display is appealing but not a deal breaker and the extra row of icons is a non-issue.
    Dual-core A5X chip (1 GHz CPU, 1 GB RAM)
    4G LTE (AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint)
    FaceTime HD (1.3MP front camera)
    Nice specs but my 4S is plenty fast for me. As for LTE, we will have to wait & see. Faster is always better in technology, however. The HD front facing camera is desirable, but again, not a deal breaker for me because I don't FaceTime a great deal.
    Group chat (FaceTime with up four iOS devices/Macs)
    I could care less for this
    iOS 6 (Siri and Maps)
    I'm definitely looking forward to these.
    Passbook/NFC features
    meh
    Better battery (9 hours talk time)
    Improved speaker and microphone
    Smaller 9-pin dock connector
    Nano SIM
    Longer battery life, improved mic & speaker are a plus, but the smaller dock connector & nano sim are not a concern at this time.
    Last edited by JustMe'D; 08-09-2012 at 11:21 AM.
    08-09-2012 08:38 AM
  4. MRSBROWN2006's Avatar
    The 4s is plenty fir me at this time. I just don't see me upgrading for iOS6 and some things I won't truly use (like NFC). As for battery life, I've got a Mophie Juice Pack Plus for that.


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    08-09-2012 09:01 AM
  5. Premium1's Avatar
    I'm more worried about battery life. 4" screen plus lte and dual core(most likely) is plenty. Don't care how thin it is put a larger battery in.
    08-09-2012 09:58 AM
  6. iLive an iLife's Avatar
    I'm mostly looking for a better, longer life battery and LTE. I live in Pittsburgh, which is one of Verizon's LTE markets, and would love to give it a try. I feel like if Apple is going to release a 4 inch LTE iPhone, they are going to do it right. I doubt battery life would suffer. If anything I think it will improve. Here's to hoping for "Razr Maxx" battery life!!


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    08-09-2012 10:38 AM
  7. osensnolf's Avatar
    The internals sound good but aren't we all tired of the same rehashed design?

    I want a larger screen.

    Never used FaceTime (on purpose).

    Google's Map App will be better than Apple's (I think) - As they can push updates as needed.

    Battery life is good. (Some of you spend way too much time on Facebook)

    4G LTE will be nice if I have it in my are. (Currently have ATT and Verizon shows I live on the edge of LTE. Switching regardless as ATT does not cover my area... just moved.)

    Matte finish on the back would be super cool. Be able to grip it and sport it without a case.

    Don't care about the SIM.
    08-09-2012 11:01 PM
  8. samthelegoman1's Avatar
    The only other thing I would want (but will never ever have) is an expandable memory.


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    08-09-2012 11:08 PM
  9. cardfan's Avatar
    My main concern is how existing apps will work.
    08-10-2012 06:58 AM
  10. idlin's Avatar
    Wouldn't mind a quad-core chip and better multitasking.

    Having to wait for Whatsapp messages to load when the app opens is annoying as...

    Especially when you've seen part of it in the preview...
    08-10-2012 08:22 AM
  11. DaPhoneking's Avatar
    I'm surprised no one said anything about the rear-facing camera......
    08-10-2012 08:28 PM
  12. Raptor007's Avatar
    If the iPhone 6th generation (the new iPhone) also commonly referred to as the iPhone 5 specs were these:

    Improved, Thinner design (7.6 mm thin, 18% thinner)
    4-inch screen (Retina display, 640 x 1136, 30% increase, 5 rows of icons)
    Dual-core A5X chip (1 GHz CPU, 1 GB RAM)
    4G LTE (AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint)
    FaceTime HD (1.3MP front camera)
    Group chat (FaceTime with up four iOS devices/Macs)
    iOS 6 (Siri and Maps)
    Passbook/NFC features
    Better battery (9 hours talk time)
    Improved speaker and microphone
    Smaller 9-pin dock connector
    Nano SIM
    The interesting thing about the 7.6mm thickness is its thinner than the GS3 and I have actually held that phone, its pretty friggin thin. I am concerned its too thin and yet the rumored pics don't seem to indicate its really that thin.

    At any rate I would like to see a bump on the FFC to 2.0MP or better. The extra row of icons is helpful since it looks like we could get more apps into a single folder which is really nice.
    08-14-2012 01:04 PM
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