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Why I Returned My iPhone 5s
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anon3297461029
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anon3297461029,
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10/20/2013 | 1:25:50 AM
re: Why I Returned My iPhone 5s
So the biggest reason you returned a $900 phone was because it was too similar to the last one, and not because IT'S A $900 PHONE ?! Buddy you need a reality check.

Some people don't know what to do with their money.

I've been using a Galaxy 2 and it still works fine. It's not different from the latest galaxy.

This guy is probably just another Apple fanboy who lives to buy the latest rotten apple. Pathetic.
ymallu
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ymallu,
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10/20/2013 | 1:23:18 AM
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it took you 3 generations of iPhones to figure out that it doesn't add much value to buy the S? Slow catching on, huh? Question is would you have bought a 5S if you currently had a 4S?
EmmaG353
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10/20/2013 | 1:19:08 AM
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you returned your iphone because you're a liar and a shill for google or samsung or some other disingenuous plagiarizing entity.
RockH202
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10/20/2013 | 1:12:16 AM
re: Why I Returned My iPhone 5s
Is this all you can do is troll? If you have something to say then say it.
RockH202
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10/20/2013 | 1:08:32 AM
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Hey there fanboi, we don't need your crazy negative comments here. The article is well written and if you take the time to look around on google you'll see there are tons of problems with the new OS running on the 5s. I won't even comment on how you don't think Apple is copying, that's a complete joke, get with the times. Also, go check out the numbers...Apple is getting hammered http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?... As for who came out with the device first, we all know how completely awesome that Apple Newton was right? Before you go blasting someone for an opinion, you should do your own homework. Also, I love that you say Samsung makes junk being that a lot of the hardware in your precious is from Samsung, also a lot of the hardware in your iMac and Macbook is from Intel. So in conclusion, Apple makes pretty good devices from other people's hardware and made a smart decision to use Unix as the backbone of their OS, Unix by the way is not an Apple product. Few people know who Dennis Ritchie is, check it out...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dennis_R... Maybe in the future you could include some useful info in your comments so we don't all see you as a troll.
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10/20/2013 | 1:00:46 AM
re: Why I Returned My iPhone 5s
Other companies have been making radical improvements to their phones every year. Apple only sells one basic phone, and they haven't really improved it in three years.

I don't consider the 4s, 5, and 5s to be a significant improvement over the iPhone 4. They are milking their enterprise, and destroying their reputation.

Instead of making real improvements to their products, they are buying back stock and paying dividends. They have lost ground to other phone manufacturers. They may still be the leader, but they no longer have the lead they once had. Their lead is shrinking at a very fast rate.
Frank_Truth
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10/20/2013 | 12:59:17 AM
re: Why I Returned My iPhone 5s
What you wrote about the iPhone 5s is exactly what I have been saying since
it was introduced. I also think the new iOS is a horrible step backwards.

I have an iPhone 4. I have been waiting for Apple to make some real improvements. They have not.

12 year old girls and 300 lb men do not have the same size hands. One size does not fit all. There is no reason for Apple not to be making different size phones for users with different needs.

I am not interested in Samsung phones. If Apple does not start improving their phone there will soon be other phones on the market as good the iPhone, if not better.

If you think other companies make a better phone, that is great. You are entitled to your opinion, and I am entitled to mine.

As should be evident from this message, I am not an Apple fanboy.

There are so many fundamental things Apple ought to do to improve their phone. The people running Apple are idiots. They seem to be doing everything in their power to destroy the best cell phone on the market.
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10/20/2013 | 12:56:06 AM
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Well duh! The S models are not going to be super revolutionary or be changed that much.. It's your own dumb fault for jumping the gun when you have a 5!!! Two years is when you should upgrade.. not every single stinking year! That's with any phone!!!
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10/20/2013 | 12:40:54 AM
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All phones have rebooted unexpectedly from time to time.
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PeterD332,
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10/20/2013 | 12:38:37 AM
re: Why I Returned My iPhone 5s
I think every everyone world (like this author, an obvious moron) who has ever returned a product should have their own blog post describing why they made their decision. That way we could have a lot more ridiculous statements, misinformation, and generally waste our time listening to uninformed people. What a great occupation journalism has become.
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