Are you over the I-phone or still loving it?
With the new I-phone 5 and some of the changes (i.e. removing google maps and youtube off inital phone content, or changing the charger so they are no longer compatible) are you "So, over the I-phone" or still "A loyal follower"?
I still like it, but I still have the 4S. I'm not planning on getting the Iphone 5 anytime soon.
Still loving it. I was going to get the 5 this weekend, but I heard today the 6 is not far behind. I dunno, possible rumor or joke since the article also mentioned a 5S. Either way I am loyal to my BFF (until the next upgrade.)
Luckily so far I've not gone into the I-phones. I don't have the need for one. I've saved myself a fortune staying out of the wave and hype. I'll wait until there is an I-phone 10 and in one foul swoop will change all my gadgets to be compatible. Technology is fantastic, but this is really a consumerism merry-go-round which Apple are loving right down to their fattened bank balances.
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