iphone 5 coming Oct 4th.

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by peilthetraveler, Sep 21, 2011.

  1. Tsing Tao

    Tsing Tao

    I've never had an Iphone 1, 2, 3, or 4. I could care less about the 5.
  2. I actually didnt care for a long time either. Then I was in best buy and I played around with one and was hooked. Never liked apple products for the longest time because I remember them from back in the day when there was no eject button on the apple computers and if the disk didnt eject from clicking on screen, you had to use a paper clip, so for a long time apple was stuck in my mind as ghetto.

    (plus you couldnt play any good games on it) But the iphone has all the best apps. If you want to stay away from the iphone, whatever you do, dont test it in the store...its addictive.
  3. If iPhone5 is not equipped with 4G, I will be very curious to see impact on sales. Read somewhere that 4G LTE is up to 10X faster than present 3G topology. The new DROID is a pretty intense device. I obviously understand the significance of social standing etc. and the fact that iPhone was essentially first to market. However at some point, what matters to some customers is function and speed.
  4. BSAM


    Me neither, except that, personally speaking, I could not care less about the 5.
  5. Eight


    The iPhone displays are great, that is a big factor but Google as an organization has a much higher IQ than Apple ever will.. I'm going with Android personally for that reason but the Super AMOLED display on my current phone is GREEN!! And a tiring GREEN at that... I look at those blue iPhone screens and really wish I'd gotten an iPhone and waited for Android to grow up a little more...
  6. Apple should just release a new phone every week. Those Apple lovers would buy a new one every week and stand in 8 hour lines every week; like hamsters on a wheel.
  7. if not for China, you would probably be paying 1k++ for them
  8. newwurldmn


    You can feel it's a big joke when Jobs says "This changes everything... again."
  9. nitrene


    I have a Samsung Droid Charge on Verizon and I usually get 10-12 Mbps here in Berkeley, CA. I've gotten as much as 18 Mbps in SF. I've heard in Manhattan you can get upwards of 30-40 Mbps. So yeah it is very fast. I like it.
    #10     Sep 21, 2011