How about the new iPhoneS? Has anyone have one out there in Hub Land? Good or bad?
I just have created a hub page about it. The main issue as previous iPhone 4 user you might have is the look. The iPhone 4S is the same smart phone from the outside.
The new features are just too new. Just time will tell what is good or bad. Also just check out my hub page. I put a summery of information together.
http://elvis63.hubpages.com/hub/The-new … _-reviewed
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by BlissfulWriter 7 years ago
IPhone or Android phone?I need to get a smartphone. I never had one before. Should I get an iPhone or an Android phone. Thanks in advance.
by kschang 7 years ago
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by jvhirniak 8 years ago
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