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Standard User DaMaack
(committed) Wed 12-Sep-12 20:59:41
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iPhone 5


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http://www.apple.com/uk/iphone/

Looks dead boring to me.....
Standard User xela
(fountain of knowledge) Wed 12-Sep-12 21:15:06
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Looks very nice in this video - http://www.engadget.com/2012/09/12/iphone-5-hands-on...

tempting!
Standard User DaMaack
(committed) Wed 12-Sep-12 21:23:13
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Nah.... I'm seriously underwhelmed. I have a 4S and had every variant except the 3GS.

God I think my 'must have Apple' days have ended.... My wallet will be better for sure... lol!


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Standard User xela
(fountain of knowledge) Wed 12-Sep-12 21:34:41
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Slimmer, lighter, and bigger screen. They all make it tempting for me but I agree that there aren't any killer features. It looks as though pretty much everything will be available in iOS6 on the 4S.

The iPhone 5 starts at £529 on the Apple store and I could sell my 4S for £250.
Standard User DaMaack
(committed) Wed 12-Sep-12 21:47:05
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Nah.... not worthwhile. I see no significant reason to upgrade.

I also have a Samsung Galaxy S3 and this is a much better phone by far comparing it to the 4S. I suspect that the S3 would stack up nicely against the I5
Standard User stniuk
(experienced) Thu 13-Sep-12 00:00:20
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Nice upgrade for a nice phone but nothing exciting.
Standard User DaMaack
(committed) Thu 13-Sep-12 00:27:23
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Agree. For some strange reason I am qquite surprised by Apple.... It just seems like a distinct lack of innovation on their part. The elaborate launches are all just a tad too tedious now too.
Standard User Kaoshan
(committed) Thu 13-Sep-12 07:36:28
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Not tempted.

Even though I've had all generations of the iPhone I'm going Samsung.

Three iMacs, an MBP and two MBAs, all current. Obviously an Apple fan but this one is not for me.
Standard User NaNook
(freechataholic) Thu 13-Sep-12 08:18:18
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Yeah, innovation is on the slow down since old Steve died.

I will be getting one though. I migrated from the 4S (lovely phone) to the Samsung Galaxy Note and have been disappointed with both the build quality, performance, and OS.
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Thu 13-Sep-12 10:43:07
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The 4G support is a difficult one for me, as need a 4G phone, so which handset.
Also need a mixture of devices for testing.

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www.thinkbroadband.com - formerly known as ADSLguide.org.uk
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