I'm not going to buy it, but I am very interested on how they will upgrade it and what it will look like. I considered buying some Aapl yesterday after the huge decline over the past week, but I passed on it. Not sure if this is a good thing or bad? But I am having regrets in that aspect.
I am not quite excited, but definitely interested to see what is announced. Mostly to see which rumors were accurate and which were pulled out of someone's....closet.
I also support iOS device at work, so need to keep up on what's going on. I predict 20 minutes into the announcement I will have at least 1 request from one of my iOS users to upgrade, no matter what is announced.
I was hoping for a blinky light, and I am disappointed, but will just keep my iPhone 4 and a new OS for the time being. Still... It's a killer upgrade for 3Gs owners, but I'm much more interested in IOS 5.
I never bought the iPhone 4 last year so I'm definitely much more excited than the those who already have the iPhone 4. Personally I was hoping they didn't change the beautiful design too much as I really like the glass on the back even with it's cons. The only thing Apple didn't change was the screen size and the physical design.
Other than those two, they changed everything i.e better antenna (dual antennas), much faster dual core A5 CPU with dual core GPU, possibly twice the RAM, better battery life. So I don't know why so many are so upset over this release? Ok I would've definitely welcomed the bigger screen but how can you ignore the other upgrades?
On the android side, Samsung makes phones that look almost identical every few months. This latest iPhone 4s is now the speed king of the hill and possibly even faster than the soon to be released Nexus Prime. Check out Anandtech review on the SGS 2 where he compares the Exynos CPU to the A5.
I don't know if i am excited or not. I think this could be a chance to step out of iOS for a year and come back once the 5 comes out. I will be a nice break from something that hasnt' changed that much since 2007.
I've been running iOS 5 since the first beta and although it is NICE, im tired of the same. I guess i'll think about it a little bit more.
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