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Originally Posted by Poseidon79 Remind me what has already been mentioned... repeatedly. For the sake of not mentioning things repeatedly, I'll refrain. Really, you can't figure that out from my...
08-02-2011, 11:10 AM #21
08-02-2011, 11:24 AM #22
Shaw Wu say iPhone 5 for you!!
08-02-2011, 11:39 AM #23
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08-02-2011, 11:53 AM #25
Example. If Apple gave us a 4" AOMLED screen with retina resolution, 2Ghz dual core chip, 1GB RAM, 64GB internal memory with an expandable micro slot, a 12MP rear cam and a 5MP front cam with dual LED flashes, NFC chip and LTE baseband chip.... that would be AMAZING! That would make everyone in the world happy... now think about the consequences. Apple wouldn't have anywhere to go from there and no one would have any incentive to upgrade... their stocks would plummet and they would become the laughing stock of the tech world.
08-02-2011, 12:02 PM #26
one more thing: it's 4g lte
08-02-2011, 12:11 PM #27
Oddly enough, what Wu describes doesn’t seem bigger than some rumors that have floated around. He writes that in addition to a dual-core microprocessor, the next iPhone could sport “a slightly larger display.”
08-02-2011, 12:17 PM #28
I agree that 4G isn't a big deal at this point. It's not true 4G no matter what the carriers want to say...so it would only be marginally faster than 3G if it were to include some kind of new chip. Also, the majority of markets where Apple sells the iPhone probably don't support true 4G either. That, and I'm sure a lot more web usage happens on Wi-fi.
Now, I'm not saying I wouldn't welcome a 4G phone, living in San Francisco and all. But, I think there is plenty of other room for improvement with the next generation device (and iOS which iOS 5 was kind of a let down) so that 4G isn't a dealbreaker for upgraders.
08-02-2011, 12:25 PM #29
08-02-2011, 12:33 PM #30
I think that the LTE iPhone 5 could be a possibility. Even though the carriers aren't fully ready for LTE, like someone said above, it isn't Apple's fault, they're just trying to keep up with HTC, Motorola, etc. Even with Verizon publicly claiming they have a 4G network running, like some people mentioned, 4G isn't the most common thing to find. However, I feel like people have forgotten about AT&T in a sense that they too are developing a 4G network. From the quick googling I was able to tell, the iPhone 4 is not a HSPA+ capable device. This means that while your iPhone 4 may seem to be blazing fast on a good day, it is running on a Network which is already widely available HSPA+.
At&t's Network has continuously been developing and reinforcing itself for the launch of it's true 4G Network so that it doesn't have a repeat of what may happen when it originally launched the iPhone and service quality took a toll. For those who may not understand it completely, the iPhone 4 has hardware to handle the winding highway roads of the HSPA network it runs on AT&T. When placed on the even faster network such which would be like the interstate, it would need a faster hardware upgrade to still be the top of the mobile phone industry as one of the best selling devices.
*Data Throttling: Even though we hate to realize it, we're going to be throttled eventually only to prevent the collapse of the entire network. But people need to realize that even though the speed may be limited, the entire networks we use, both At&T and Verizon, should receive upgrades over time, thus increasing the overall average speed us users get to feel on the consumer side
So even though people may discredit the next-gen iPhone as not being a valid reason to upgrade, or even the hardware may be a minor update to stay current and competitive, I think people should be considerate of the combination of development from AT&T, Verizon and Apple. Anybody's thoughts?
08-02-2011, 12:36 PM #31
08-02-2011, 01:03 PM #32
I wish I had a miniature elephant that fit in the palm of my hand. I would pick him up and he'd lift up his trunk and stand on his back legs and say PRRRRRRRRRRRRMMMMMMMMMPPPPPPPPPHHHHHHHH and I would say yes little elephant i love you too.
08-02-2011, 01:09 PM #33
08-02-2011, 01:11 PM #34
3D Facetime Maybe Not Needed But Hey Why Not Lol If The Only Differences Is Gonna Be 4G I'll Keep With My 4
08-02-2011, 01:24 PM #35
Looking at all the iphone 'upgrades' in the past years, I don't expect any groundbreaking updates. A slightly larger screen? They are making the iphone rounder again? wow, I don't call those big design upgrades. faster cpu and memory? Sure they can update that, but do we benefit from that?
So we can multitask better? Multitasking is useless the way it was implemented on the Iphone4. Having a few dozen apps docked for no apparent reason was one reason to jailbreak mine. Another is the awful notification system, which took Apple 4 generations to fix.I don't call that revolution. I would like to see a NFC chip on board. Without a major phone brand (like Apple) supporting the system, the payment system is doomed. For now I don't see any reason to upgrade my iphone 4.
08-02-2011, 01:39 PM #36
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08-02-2011, 04:53 PM #40