Will you give up your recent phone for an iPhone 5 when it hits the market this

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  1. Frenchtoast78 profile image60
    Frenchtoast78posted 6 years ago

    Will you give up your recent phone for an iPhone 5 when it hits the market this fall?

    There are a lot of iPhone fanatics out there who have been waiting for the latest iPhone to be released. Are you one of them? If you are an android user, would you give it up in exchange of the latest iPhone?

  2. profile image0
    Old Empresarioposted 6 years ago

    I'm not a slave to annual marketing ploys, so no. I went from a Blackberry to the iPhone 4S and am not going to bother with another until this one breaks. My new phone has made life dramatically easier, but I don't need it.

    1. Frenchtoast78 profile image60
      Frenchtoast78posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I wouldn't too. I am still using my blackberry with my samsung galaxy s2 while my hubby has the iphone 4. Don't think i'll be jumping the bandwagon too. I'll stick with what i have until they are no longer usable.

  3. Anonymous00 profile image68
    Anonymous00posted 6 years ago

    I use an IPhone currently. But even if I was on Android I would give it up for an IPhone 5. I remember reading a rumor of a virtual laser keyboard being implemented in the IP5 which would allow the user to type on a table top, directly on the holographic keyboard. If this feature turns out to be more than just a concept and is integrated into the phone, I would see that as just another incentive to make the switch. I think the phone is going to define the standard for the competition.

    1. Frenchtoast78 profile image60
      Frenchtoast78posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Let's wait and see if the next generation iPhone is all worth it. smile

  4. WryLilt profile image90
    WryLiltposted 6 years ago

    No. So far there's no indication of big changes -  in fact Apple seems to be changing less and less with each update, while Android at least makes consistently large changes.

    1. Frenchtoast78 profile image60
      Frenchtoast78posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Android seems to be getting more impressive indeed! Let's see what the iPhone 5 has to offer this time to beat its competitor.

  5. Oilersmyth profile image78
    Oilersmythposted 6 years ago

    Around November, after all the major tech blogs review it.

  6. profile image0
    HubTubposted 6 years ago

    Absolutely!  Currently, I own an iPhone 4 and am counting down the days until I can get my hands on the new iPhone 5!  It will be a beautiful addition to my recently purchased iPad 3.


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