Despite the hype and 4 million other people who got one, I’m still happy with my iPhone 4
See that picture of an iPhone 4S?
For all you know it could be an iPhone 4 because they look the same.
In reality the iPhone 4S is not a new model, just a minor tweak on last year’s phone.
Despite all the media hype and peer pressure, somehow, I didn’t upgrade my iPhone 4 last week.
Buy one in memory of Steve Jobs, they said.
Right, like Steve Jobs cares if you buy one of his phones now.
I almost pre-ordered but held back.
On Launch Day, I almost went to Future Shop and got in the line. But like gas, it passed.
When my step son’s wife got Siri working, I thought “Dang, shoulda” but then she said it didn’t work in Canada.
He had a reason to get a new phone. He dropped his Blackberry overboard.
No, I resisted the emotional pull and will hold out for a new phone that is bigger, faster and better.
Forget same size and a few new features like Siri that don’t work in Canada.
Did anyone tell Apple that bigger screens are easier to read? The iPhone 4S with a 3.5″ screen doesn’t cut it in a world of 4″ plus screens like Samsung Galaxy II, the new Galaxy Nexus at 4.65″ or the Motorola Razr at 4.3″.
Motorola Droid RAZR – bigger and faster
Speed speed speed
The iPhone 4S has a dual processor running 800 Hz. How passe.
Everyone is 1 GHz and dual processor.
A faster processor is no help when Apple insists 3G is cool.
Hello Apple, 4G wireless networks are now in more than half of the cities in Canada. 4G is much faster. Soon we’ll move to 4G LTE.
Other than loyalty, I don’t get why Apple brought out a new premium phone at last year’s specs.
Galaxy Nexus with Android 4 and 4.65″ display
Oh yes I remember – this is the old Apple. Get people hooked on the religion and then deliver substandard products at premium prices.
Chant after me “Apple is our Mother. Apple will save us.”
I’m going to upgrade but only when the screen is bigger, the processor faster and the network 4G.