iPhone 5 Deal Breakers On Launch Day: Do You Have Any?

Is there any one thing that could eliminate the iPhone 5 on your list? Is there one feature that the iPhone 5 must have for you to purchase? Here are a few deal breakers that you should consider before committing in your mind that this is your next smartphone.

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Ulf4678d ago (Edited 4678d ago )

iOS doesn't have a development option under Windows -- that's my deal breaker.

DiLeCtioN4678d ago

am thinking of buying a Samsung Galaxy S 2, should I wait or buy it?

-EvoAnubis-4677d ago (Edited 4677d ago )

The Galaxy S 2 is a good phone. I'd just go for it. There's ALWAYS going to be something new in the Android lineup that's better coming soon, so if you find yourself waiting to have the 'best' one, you'll end up never buying one.

Just look at the phones that are out and pick the one that does what you want. Then, in two years, do that again.

caseh4677d ago

S2 is a cracking phone. I've had mine for 2 months now, no complaints whatsoever.

toaster4677d ago

I don't think iPhones "suck", they are just different. I prefer Android but I don't see why iOS should be hated, there are lots of good thigns about it. It's not as open as Android for sure but it has its perks. You can't deny that the App Store is huuuuuge. The selection of games (the main reason I use an iOS device - iPod Touch) is amazing, and only recently have Android have the variety. Tegra Zone on my Transformer kicks ass!

lukasz4678d ago

Dont like iphones i prefer Nokia or se

-EvoAnubis-4677d ago

Well, if it doesn't run Android, that'd be a deal breaker. Don't see myself buying a phone that doesn't run Android.

BubbleSniper4677d ago

who thinks HTC Sensation would be a decent phone under the Tmobile stronghold?

toaster4677d ago

My aunt just got a Sensation, too bad she doesn't know how to use it!! She was all like "Haha I have a smarter phone than you do" and I was like LOLNOPE. It's really a great phone though and the display is beautiful, just make sure you strip Sense off because it is horrible.

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