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Apple iPhone 5s: Best Features
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FredF702
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FredF702,
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9/21/2013 | 8:38:47 PM
re: Apple iPhone 5s: Best Features
I'm sure they're very nice if you can find one.Hard to find out when they aren't any to buy. I tried yest. to get one on day one both online and with 2 retail outlets, Out, was told to expect Nov delivery date. Don't plan on waiting that long. I like Apple products but they not the only phones out there I can use. They pay Tim Cook $40M a yr. I'd ask for a refund from him were I an Apple stockholder right before they fire the fool. Jobs that guy ain't not even close
HonkJ096
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HonkJ096,
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9/21/2013 | 3:18:33 PM
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The Retina display, despite not having 720p or 1080p HD resolution

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uhh, you do know that 720p and 1080p have lower resolutions than the retina display? and that that is not how you measure a screens resolution... correct?

and that the real test is whether you can see pixels or not, which of course you could not...
Vmati
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Vmati,
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9/21/2013 | 2:13:28 PM
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What a group of Backhanded Compliments I assume Eric Zeman is paid by either Android/Google/HTC/Samsung/LG.


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