reatki is correct, but technically this is still in the Steve jobs era so the iPhone 5 will be coming from a Chinese factory near you :lol:
However, the Chinese can make some good products as I have some very good optics from them that hold up pretty well. at a fraction of the USA cost.
Now everytime i use my iPhone i'll be thinking of Steve Jobs.. :cry:
Iphone5 coming from a chinese factory near you.
Praying for his family in this tough time. As for Steve, he went back home.
You mean iphone 4S
Also .. you maybe getting an iPhone from Brazil next year once Foxcon opens its new factory.
No, actually the iphone 5
It has been reported that Apple has sent out invitations to an event on October 4 when the iPhone 5 announcement is expected.
It has also been leaked that Sprint may have an exclusive on the new iphone 5.
I really wish that they would just make the stupid phone and then let the customer decide which carrier to use.
The 4S was accounced on the Oct 4 conference.. We won't see the 5 for a while for sure.
Apparently all those frustrated by Apple’s failure to announce an iPhone 5 this week are punishing Apple by crashing its website with a flood of iPhone 4S preorders. Even with the specter of the iPhone 5 scoring a release date anywhere from four to twelve months from now, buyers went wild last night at the start of the iPhone 4S pre-order cycle, lighting up Apple.com to the point that the online store was overwhelmed with traffic. Users reported the same difficulty when they attempted to score the new iPhone through the official websites for iPhone 4S carriers AT&T, Verizon, and newcomer Sprint as well. In other words the iPhone 4S broke four of the world’s larger eCommerce sites just a few days after the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs broke Twitter as the news broke the world’s heart. Even as Apple users paid tribute to Jobs across the internet and at Apple retail stores worldwide, iPhone 4S presales began at a more frenzied pace than the public’s initially dour reaction to the “seen that before” iPhone 4S on the day of its introduction earlier this week. That’s even as others continue to stick with their initial stance that they’ll be waiting for the iPhone 5, whenever it arrives, and whatever it ends up being…
It’s been said in the past thirty-six hours, by too many people to credit just one of them for it, that the S in iPhone 4S stands for “Steve.” In hindsight it’s clear that Tim Cook and company took the stage on Tuesday knowing that Jobs was on his deathbed. The lack of any mention of Jobs one way or the other must have been at his insistence; he’d likely even be disappointed that Apple has an eight hundred pixel wide picture of him on the apple.com homepage. His focus was always on the products and their greatness. He took the stage each year so he could sell you on their greatness; he was aware of his own celebrity status but only willing to embrace it to the precise point at which it would help promote his products and no farther. And yet his untimely death (not that a month from now or a month earlier would have been any less untimely) may have unexpectedly softened the public’s view of the iPhone 4S. It’s a worthy upgrade and easily the most recommendable smartphone on the market for mainstream consumers. It’s just the kind of product which doesn’t initially suck you in like an impressively redesigned iPhone 5 would have. In contrast the 4S, which looks a little too much like the girl you’ve been itching to break up with, requires a second look in order to take in all of its inner beauty. And maybe it’s taken a jolt like Steve’s passing in order for the world to take that second look at the iPhone 4S. The iPhone 5 will come eventually, with some undetermined release date at some point next year, and it can be dealt with at that time. For now, the iPhone 4S is both the final iPhone to come to market during Steve Jobs’ lifetime, and also by far the most superior one. It may not have that iPhone 5 supermodel air of mystery and intrigued, but the 4S runs circles around its iPhone 4 identical twin. And after all, it does feature a body styling which Steve signed off on. Here’s more on the iPhone 5 release date.
I dont get the craze of the IPHONE....I just dont get it. Seems that every few months they are coming out with a new one and every jumps for it.
I see middle school kids walking around with them.
Little off topic:
The high school one of my kids use to attend is always complaining they are broke and need more teachers, need to build, need gym equipment. I got a memo the other day that they will be giving every kid at the school either a Galaxy Tab II or IPAD 2. :roll: