- Jun 2, 2011
I’ve been at the point where cost isn’t a factor for anything I deem useful. How do y’all feel about the pricepoint?
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64GB is too small. That only leaves 256GB as the option. I have a feeling it will be at a $200 premium, so you can guess it will be $1199 for that...in Canada that will be $1500 or more. Very expensive, especially if battery life is as weak as it seems.
1149 for a phone?!?!
Apple last lost their damn minds...
When can I preorder?!
features are good but most expensive than other phone. when can i pre-order?
Funny to see how price creep works..."it's only 200 euro more than my current phone". Next year, "it's only 100 euro more than my last year's phone". After that "it's only 200 euro more than my last year's phone", and before you know it you're paying double.
I get where you're coming from, but price is nothing I look at when it comes to certain things, like my smartphone. If I want it, I'm getting it. I haven't been wowed by a phone I. Almost a decade because I pretty much do the same things with them all & don't usually care about the new features. If it's faster, with more storage then I'm usually down. Price is just a technicality.