Morgan Stanley: Apple will launch slimmer iPhone this year, iPad 3 in H1 2012
2. dirtydirty00 posted on 13 Jan 2012, 09:26 7 10
questions still remain...
heres a better question though... WHO CARES?!
15. Phonecall01 posted on 13 Jan 2012, 14:18 2 0
Who cares??? Obviously you do since you took your time to read and comment. lol
20. E.N. posted on 13 Jan 2012, 19:24 2 1
lol, and Android users are suppose to be smarter. . . . . .
24. frydaexiii posted on 15 Jan 2012, 01:13 2 2
We are, we're just here to see what outdated tech Apple is going to sell next and see the iPhan's reactions to that...You guys better start lining up outside the store now...
25. E.N. posted on 15 Jan 2012, 13:29 0 0
Well to be quite frank, as long as it isn't running Android OS, it's a winner in my book. The iPhone 4S , despite what your cult forces you to believe, is right up there with all the other Android phones. Amazing camera, amazing camcorder, fast processor, slim profile, great resolution.
The only real argument you have for outdated hardware is lack of 4G LTE. But the only carrier with an adequate coverage is Verizon, so for most iPhone users 4G won't be a major factor for maybe another year.
But you're a smarter Android user, you probably could of figured that out all by yourself........or maybe not. You don't seem too intelligent. iPhan? Really? lol
4. gharatnikhil posted on 13 Jan 2012, 09:33 3 9
4s costs about 1000dollars IN India
and if 5 launches in India then it will not cost less than 1600dollars in INDIA
in my opinion apple sucks and Nokia rocks ¤
7. 9_HeLLs_oF_DrOid posted on 13 Jan 2012, 09:42 5 0
iPhone 5?? I hope it's not an iPhone 4S with a slimmer body and an increased screen size!
9. davecann2 posted on 13 Jan 2012, 10:45 3 5
I would actually be happy with a slimmer body and lager (4") screen size. The processing power in the iPhone 4s is still great technology and I dont see Apple redesigning their iOS this year.
What would make it even better...
- Higher resolution
- better front facing camera
- multi-touch similar to iPad
- redesigned home button
22. CellularNinja posted on 14 Jan 2012, 22:14 2 1
You know, if you get an Android phone, you have all those options. . . jussayin.
(I'm not an android fanboy, I own a Windows Phone, but I'm just sayin what's true)
8. theoak posted on 13 Jan 2012, 10:11 0 0
I see the strong demand for the i4S almost damaging as there are going to be gobs of i4S folks still under contract when the i5 comes out.
Perhaps the i4S folks were i3S folks holding out?
I see a lot of i4 folks going to i5. I will be one of them. My next iPhone will have LTE. Better camera, extra processor ... bla ... its about data speed is will will make me swap.
12. Castanedaa99 posted on 13 Jan 2012, 13:52 1 2
That iPhone will not be out until October, but if it is good for them, it's not like a $hitload of Androids don't hit the market every month. Doesn't hurt to have more than one model out there.
I like Apple, never have owned an iPhone and probably never will, I have an Android right now, but I'm looking for Verizon to get an LTE WP7.5 phone. Maybe Morgan Stanley can analyze on Verizon getting LTE WP's.
14. SlimSoulja86 posted on 13 Jan 2012, 14:08 1 3
If only iPhone 5 can do video calling (No FacaTime, I'll skype instead), and still wonder why ppl think FaceTime is ground breaking. I didn't get me an iPhone 4S as ppl wont see i have upgraded, plus Siri is just a gimmick to me, and i stil enjoy my iPhone 4 speed and camera, plus i take most of my pics with my camera, not my iPhone. SO if i could get one thing from my next iPhone will be a video calling. I'm the only Apple fan at home, so facetime is a useless feature for me, since i prefer skype
18. quakan posted on 13 Jan 2012, 16:34 0 0
You can video call with Skype on the iPhone, you don't have to use FaceTime.
16. DROIDX0430 posted on 13 Jan 2012, 15:33 2 3
Too early in the year for this nonsense rumor...
21. CellularNinja posted on 14 Jan 2012, 22:11 3 1
I ain't hatin on the iPhone, but I really think it's just too much of a bore. . . If I could couple the iPhone hardware with Android (customizable) than I would possibly. But obviously iPhones will sell either way. And I see why some people would like the simplicity and sheltered experience. . . But it's just not for me.