Cnet: Everyone assumes that Apple's iPhone franchise will go on forever. But might this be the time to disrupt the idea that smartphones are phones?
Who cares what it's called. Fanboys will still gobble it up when it goes on sale.
Racer x hating another iPhone article. What else is new lol.
you farm bubbles ?
Yea, got this new farm out in Texas.
Guess it will be called 5.
Until these come packed with the product, the name doesn't really matter, neither does the product itself.
your comment is classic. lol
no "iPhone" name? ZOMG THE WORLD IS ENDING!
Seriously? Who cares? Apple people would buy it if it was called the "iCrap"(which I think is a much better name personally). It's painfully obvious that the name doesn't matter with their product. Hello "iPad".
They will call it the ipda and say they were the 1st company to give us a pda like they did with the tablet. To me there is only one way for apple and with what both microsoft and google have in store for us i see it happening.
That would be pretty dumb.
If its iPhone Don't Buy, it will still sell in the millions.
I'd still buy it Apple always makes good quality stuff. :)
I agree. Never had any issues with any of the ones I had. I've seen my friends have problems with their HTC Evo's and HTC my Touch.
after so many people saw my SG S3, they were like iphone5 who? I'm getting me one of those!!!
I still think the SG II was better. The camera was only marginally improved
A girlfriend of mine has the SG S2 and the S3 can very well be the greatest smartphone overall. I've used everything possible and the only issue that prevents it from being crowned the godly phone... The size isn't casual for jean front pockets.
At least it isn't the shit load of androids that are released every month :p
At least people don't need to stupidly sell their kidney or lungs for a phone....because there is a phone for every budget.
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