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Apple Tests iPhone 6? Not A Shocker
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1/6/2013 | 7:45:48 PM
re: Apple Tests iPhone 6? Not A Shocker
Apple wastes no time in moving in to the next biggest and brightest new iPhone that you must have! If Apple already had the iPhone 6 out then the company would be telling you that 5 is old news. iPhone 5 is a great device and even though the time of technology they are a changing very rapidly, let it sink in and simmer for awhile or in not time people will stop getting excited with you new products because there is a new one around the corner.

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1/3/2013 | 4:24:12 PM
re: Apple Tests iPhone 6? Not A Shocker
I'd think they would be moving more aggressively to get out the next iphone to combat Android's growing popularity.
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1/2/2013 | 5:44:44 PM
re: Apple Tests iPhone 6? Not A Shocker
iSheep - baaaaaaaa


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