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Topic # 64973 26-Jul-2010 23:43
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Who are getting the iPhone 4 despite the antennagate?

Count me one.

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  Reply # 356861 27-Jul-2010 01:43
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Yeah I'll be getting one, i think the whole issue is way overrated but I guess I'll see if it is a problem when I get one personally.

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  Reply # 356866 27-Jul-2010 06:03
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mkl: Yeah I'll be getting one, i think the whole issue is way overrated but I guess I'll see if it is a problem when I get one personally.


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  Reply # 356885 27-Jul-2010 07:51
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Even though I haven't been an apple fan in the past the iPhone 4 looks great compared to the competition.

If you search any review on youtube such as iPhone 4 vs HTC Desire and they do a direct comparison, android always seems to have a significant amount of input lag or general UI lag.

This particular video I made demonstrates it further.





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  Reply # 356900 27-Jul-2010 08:19
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I want to get one.. but want to actually have a play with it first. The starting price of $1099 sounds like it will be well above $1500 for the 64gb model. :(




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  Reply # 356908 27-Jul-2010 08:36
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ZollyMonsta: I want to get one.. but want to actually have a play with it first. The starting price of $1099 sounds like it will be well above $1500 for the 64gb model. :(


There is no 64GB model for the iPhone. 




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  Reply # 356909 27-Jul-2010 08:38
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ZollyMonsta: I want to get one.. but want to actually have a play with it first. The starting price of $1099 sounds like it will be well above $1500 for the 64gb model. :(


What 64GB version - its only available in 16 and 32.




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  Reply # 356914 27-Jul-2010 08:53
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My mistake.. 32gb :P




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  Reply # 356945 27-Jul-2010 09:51
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$1100 is below the RRP for the 16GB 3GS at release so I think you can expect a $1300 RRP for the 32GB.

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  Reply # 356952 27-Jul-2010 10:00
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i'm definately going to get one.. infact, i can't wait as i sold my 3GS about a month ago, so going to queue up and everything.. and i never thought i would catch myself saying that..

i'm beginning to suspect that this whole 'antennagate' thing is the biggest marketing scam ever.. think of all the free press they have had from it. all they had to do was release a few shifty ones and bam! worldwide blanket coverage.. and who's heard of any dodgy ones outside of the US? crazy? or so crazy it must be true???

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  Reply # 356981 27-Jul-2010 10:27
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In around 12 months' time, I should be ready to move from my 3Gs to a 4.

The bugs should be ironed out by then.




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  Reply # 357001 27-Jul-2010 10:54
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+1 ill be getting one :)

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  Reply # 357006 27-Jul-2010 11:04
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Count me in also :)




 

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  Reply # 357010 27-Jul-2010 11:08
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I would reply, but I can't bring myself to respond to thread that has such shocking grammar in the title. :)

If I were to reply, I would say something like 'I am updating my iPhone 3G (not even a 3GS!) to a 4 on my birthday in September.'




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  Reply # 357017 27-Jul-2010 11:14
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Antenna issue blown out of proportions. Getting one for testing apps with.

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  Reply # 357020 27-Jul-2010 11:17
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I love how most of the people that complain about grammar in posts usually post some sort of typographical or grammatical error in their own 'correction' posts. :)




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