Apple iPhone 6 listing appears in Vodafone inventory to take on the established 5S moniker
posted by Daniel P. / May 09, 2013, 8:38 AM
An alleged screenshot of Vodafone UK's till system reveals a listing for iPhone 6. So far the rumors about Apple's annual iPhone edition have taken off with the 5S title, as presumably it won't feature a design overhaul, but rather additional functionalities like a fingerprint sensor and a fancy flash for the upgraded camera, as well as a brand new iOS 7.
The image has been subsequently pulled by the source, but reappeared with the rest of the entries around the iPhone 6 listing blurred for added protection. If this episode turns out true, it might be a hint that either Apple has decided to ditch the bi-annual "S" upgrade letters, that indicate changes mostly under the hood, or it deems the new features of the upcoming iPhone to be a major turn, despite the rumored steady design approach.
Moreover, we also have the speculation about an affordable iPhone version, but what title will this one take in the end is anyone's guess at the moment.
OMG i can't wait for the 6th row of icons !!!
posted on May 09, 2013, 8:42 AM 19
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Yeah it definitely doesn't matter to me what they call it. It's the Galaxy Note 3 for me in October. Iphone isddefinitely useless. .
posted on May 09, 2013, 12:05 PM 2
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If you can use it as a phone, text, email, watch vids, take and record pic/vids, game, a clock, a calendar, a calculator, a news paper, a flash light listen to music, download thousands of free/paid apps, use it as GPS, have every business on earth cater to it, check the weather, bank, listen to am fm radio, program your tv, and countless other stuff. How is it useless. Useless defines something with little to no use... Re read my comment up to other stuff again
posted on May 09, 2013, 4:14 PM 1
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Who cares what it is going to be called? Most people (when I say most I mean people who aren't reading this) don't really know the difference between the 4 the 4S and the 5. They just know the iPhone. As long as they don't give that part of the name up (which they obviously won't) I don't think it matters what they call it. It could even be called the iPhone Math like people have said months back and it wouldn't make a difference. Most people would just refer to it as an iPhone. Not knocking that at all. That's great brand recognition (or in this case product line recognition) simply stating facts.
posted on May 09, 2013, 8:46 AM 10
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The 6th row of icons will be revolutionary and all the ifans will call it iNnovation
posted on May 09, 2013, 8:47 AM 8
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I am an ifan and we dont call it... fandroids do
posted on May 09, 2013, 9:40 AM 4
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Can't wait to see what apples got up their sleeve. They've been really secretive this year.
posted on May 09, 2013, 9:02 AM 6
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I'm holding out hope that it kicks a$$! Apple can reall take it to the next level if they decide to include both a refresh of iOS and a larger sceen. My feeling are that it would destroy the comp.
posted on May 09, 2013, 9:39 AM 4
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C'mon gallito read the PA closer. Tim Cook already nixed the bigger screen notion as reported on PA. Afraid to change their form factor. If they were really innovative they would come out with an iPhone 6 and a iPhone 6G g for giant. Give it a six inch screen and try to come at the Note II and upcoming Note III
posted on May 09, 2013, 10:42 AM 1
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iphone 6 i. hope be little different with 4.3 screen not 5 like other rumors or 4.0 screen 4.3 is perfect screen for phone not to big and not too small
posted on May 09, 2013, 9:09 AM 3
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