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very impressive. i hope thats not a capasitive home button i see. capasitive (shut up grammar nazi's i know i cant spell) is nice but i still like the physical feel of a REAL button.
if it has 4"+ screen i might actually consider buying...an apple product even tho i REALLY dont like apple.
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I couldn't stand the slimness of the ipod touch 4g for some reason, I had to put a case on mine in order for me to be satisfied.
i know how you feel.
i dont own any...apple products... but my Zune HD is so thin i bought a nice case for it immediately.
sometimes tech is getting so thin you feel like you can cut yourself with it lol.



WAIT ONE FRIGGIN SECOND:
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Our renderings have enlarged the screen size to the space shown on the case designs. But, Apple has introduced a "swipe down" from the top of the screen notification system in iOS 5 that could benefit from some extra finger-space near the top of the screen in order to properly register.
WHAT THE HELL DIDNT ANDROID HAVE THAT FIRST?
google should sue their ass and watch them cry.
    
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Capacitive home button? No thank you.

I for one do not want to accidentally touch the home button when typing or something.

Can't wait for my Nexus S, getting so sick of this 4th brick from Steve Jobs.
Doesnt every other phone pretty much have a capacitive home button? What the iPhone doesnt need is a BIGGER home button. They waste all that space under the screen with a massive home button and empty space...
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very impressive. i hope thats not a capasitive home button i see. capasitive (shut up grammar nazi's i know i cant spell) is nice but i still like the physical feel of a REAL button.
I could live without a "real" button... especially on a phone that only has ONE button. Having a single home button puts a lot of wear and tear on it. I also hate the fact that iOS relies on one button.

iOS fanboys call it simple, I call it stupid.
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Wow, Android is so unstable... yet I haven't encountered a random slowdown or reboot on my HTC Desire HD. And malware can be countered by intelligent app installation; you've got to be a total nut to install some shady app when there are lots of trusted developers out there.

And are you sure about that cheap plastic statement? Most if not all of high-end Android phones use metal for their casings - HTC Sensation, Motorola Droid X2, etc.
My MyTouch 4G uses all aluminum. Heavy as a brick, sturdy as one too.
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Originally Posted by RotaryKnight View Post
so it looks exactly like the 4 but slimmer?
They are the Porsche of the phone industry, no major changes in aesthetics
That would be RIMM.
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That would be RIMM.
Research In Motion Motion?
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I approve.
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post #68 of 93
Reopened...Please don't post Memes and one word responses they will simply be deleted.
Oh and remember, no fighting/insults or bashing. Make your posts constructive.
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How does a slightly larger screen size make bad games suddenly great?
It doesn't, but a bigger screen makes games look better. Whether it's Angry Birds or Infinity Blade, more screen to fit movies and games on is better.[/QUOTE]
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The antenna issues is proof. Still exist but no one cares.
If it was a problem that affected people in real world scenarios, then everyone would have returned it... but they didn't.
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They can make a $1,500 iMac (laptop witha big screen right???) sell better than a high end gaming machine with SLI/Crossfire.
No, it's not a laptop with a big screen, it's an all-in-one. It uses mobility graphics cards and desktop CPUs.
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I don't think Samsung is going to be a business partner with Apple anymore.
Of course they will. They make a lot of money off Apple.
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Apple wouldn't dare implement an antenna design that has failed so badly. Oh wait, you have to hold it a certain way...right?
As I said above. I never believed it was a problem. Just hype and misinformation tangled together.
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iPhones have poor battery life as well. My sister just got hers replaced with a new one because her front camera malfunctioned, and it lasts maybe 1.5 days with average phone usage on a charge.

My iPhone is over a year old, now lasts me about a day with average usage on a charge.

My friends also charge their iPhones every night because the battery is dead.

So, as long as it gets me through the day, I don't really mind charging every night because I've gotten used to it because of Steve Jobs :

Anyways, I'm interested in heading into the Android foray, and my friend is giving me a Nexus S for free.
You got to be joking. A reason people buy iphone now days is coz of its amazing battery life
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