Are you going to purchase the new iPhone 5? Is it worth purchasing if you do want it?
Tons of other makers have good quality sometimes better options than what the current iPhone has. Are you looking to get the new iPhone 5 in October. It is just going to be bigger and faster, and new software enchantments, but other than that it will be like the current one.
Right now I have the Iphone 4. I did not buy the 4s when it came out solely because I knew an Iphone 5 would be coming out. Also the phones were essentially the same except the Iphone 4s had Siri. I will say that I do plan on buying the new Iphone 5 when it comes out, and I am excited that it will hopefully be coming out in October.
I guess that is what I am trying to nail down, if you have the iphone 4, what if any does the iphone 5 have, that you already don't need or use or want on the iPhone 4? What compels you to purchase the new phone
Well.. Initially I wanted the Iphone 5 which I thought would come out last year, when i was due for an upgrade from my Iphone 3G.. Then I decided to buy an Iphone, and a week later the Iphone 4s came out...
yea that always happens. I have the RAZR MAXX I love it, the batter life is ridiculous for the 4G speed that I use. I still have my unlimited data plan, I average about 70Gigs a month. iPhone has simplicity in its favor in my eyes.
Yes luckily I have unlimited date, unlike most because i've had the iphone series for so long, but also I know eventually when I get the Iphone 5, I will also sell my 4 which will help keep the price down.
No way I'm buying the iPhone 5. It isn't a huge advancement from the 4 and iOS devices always let me down in general.
Some sources show the iPhone 5 will have 4 inch screen but others argue that it will keep current 3.5 inch. I prefer buying 4 inch model.
by J. Biaza 5 years ago
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by bankscottage 5 years ago
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by kladd53 7 years ago
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by IzzyM 6 years ago
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