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Why I Returned My iPhone 5s
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debegger
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debegger,
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10/20/2013 | 8:48:19 AM
re: Why I Returned My iPhone 5s
What a ridiculous 'consumer' attitude, Eric. You sound like a spoiled child who can't get enough toys. I hope Apple doesn't listen.
anon0879225698
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anon0879225698,
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10/20/2013 | 6:17:17 AM
re: Why I Returned My iPhone 5s
Is it wrong to unembrace the norm?
anon0879225698
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anon0879225698,
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10/20/2013 | 6:09:54 AM
re: Why I Returned My iPhone 5s
Don't know about you peter but before the iPhone 5 i've never had a single iphone reboot on me once in 4 years of using them. Not a SINGLE solitary time.
Every once in a great while ive had a app close on me but never ever has a idevice reboot unexpectedly. That is.. until now.
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anon0879225698,
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10/20/2013 | 6:04:06 AM
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Let me gain another 125+ pounds maybe i can start making this argument as well.
wait..
kwhonder
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kwhonder,
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10/20/2013 | 6:03:13 AM
re: Why I Returned My iPhone 5s
Hey guys, forgive me but I got stuck on the $500 to $900 a year for a new smart phone..... Really?
anon0879225698
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anon0879225698,
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10/20/2013 | 5:46:33 AM
re: Why I Returned My iPhone 5s
Jason while i agree with you that the device is a little overpriced you're missing the point and also have a moot argument.
You need to look at the specs deeper.
I still prefer android however.
Voting you up but you need to sharpen your skiiiilz :P
JasonH418
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10/20/2013 | 4:36:25 AM
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The iphone is overpriced to begin with hmm lets see
dual core vs quad core
1 gig of ram vs 2 or 3 gigs of ram
small screen vs 4 to 5+ inch screen

no brainer
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anon0879225698,
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10/20/2013 | 4:25:38 AM
re: Why I Returned My iPhone 5s
M7 FTW!
anon0879225698
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anon0879225698,
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10/20/2013 | 4:22:44 AM
re: Why I Returned My iPhone 5s
It happened to blackberry (Research in motion). You don't think it could happen to any of those companies as well ?

And yes i realize they where bought out. However the stock still went down in flames.
CodyW052
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10/20/2013 | 4:10:45 AM
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because the cool kids always bring it up when ever apple is mentioned anywhere on the net.
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