Originally Posted by Xeelee
I'm tired of plowing through broken refurbs of my original Droid, and my g/f wants to upgrade to a "real person phone" from her nonsmartphone, so we're probably both going to get a 4s. I don't tinker a lot with my phone, I just want something that works - so having to a root an Android phone to really get the perfomance out of it is not that appealing. I like the QC that Apple puts into its products, even at the cost of "locking it down". I browse the web, check facebook, do normal communication stuff, and play a game or two on occasion... iPhone 4s it is.
Lol, completely my opinion as well. Call me a n00b, or fanboy, or whatever you want, but I've decided I just don't want the customization - I just want something that is set up properly, right out of the box.
I'll stick to customizing my computers.
Oh, and yes, I'm preordering myself and my wife a 4S tomorrow. Can't wait! It'll be a large upgrade from the 3GS.
I can understand the sentiment of the 4S not being "that much more" than the 4, for those who have the 4, but for those of us still on the 3G or 3GS, it'll be a huge upgrade. HUGE. If I had a 4 already, I wouldn't be buying a 4S (especially since having a 4 would mean I'd still have a year left on my contract, so I wouldn't be able to buy it under contract pricing).
Whenever they come out with a 5, I would expect features like: iOS5, better camera (esp front camera), better battery life, faster CPU/GPU, and 4G. 4G is what I don't care about - the rest has been addressed in the 4 --> 4S, and I would imagine will continue being addressed in future models.
Also, I hate Macintosh computers. Just thought I'd throw that out there.