I have heard I phone 5 due for release Sept.
8 megapixel camera, flash moved and faster processor.
Any one got any other info?
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Does anyone think they will increase the memory from 32 gig ?
I never have enough memory for my cd collection ?
And yes I know about the cloud development.
I don't think Apple will bump the memory further up, especially when they're keen to popularise the iCloud service.
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I wonder will it have the "doesn't work if you hold it normally" function removed.
I have some home cinema and Sonos stuff.
I hear Tupac is still alive. He's chilling with Elvis. And other assorted internet mistruths.
I've been using my new iPhone 4 for 17 days, so far, and I have yet to encounter any reception problems. Quite the opposite in fact. I can make and receive calls in places that were 'marginal' (to say the least) with my old 3GS.
I use the iPhone 4 with either hand and have not - so far - had to think about (or look up) what the original iPhone 4 'problem' was, or what recommendation was made about holding it. I hold it in exactly the same way I held the 3GS and the same way most people hold any similarly shaped phone.
Either the problem was adressed long ago, or the way I naturally hold it doesn't bring about the problem, or it really wasn't that big a problem in the first place. (I suspect the last one.)
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I find that
offers the best Apple related news and insight, so look on there to see what the latest scoop may be.
This is another very good site for such news.
Hope this helps.
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Ah yes, the iCloud. Apple finally realise their dream of charging you for something you already own.
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iCloud itself is free. The only thing you would have to pay for, and only if you want it, is the iTunesMatch service which will cost about £15 a year.
Step 1: Right click, copy internet.
Step 2: Synch all of internet with iTunes
Step 3: All the music in the world ligitamately (ish) for £15 a month via music match
Step 4: Lars Ulrich sends you to hell for being a devious pirate
In all seriousness, music match is just an attempt to recoup 'some' money from the music pirates, its almost an admission of defeat on the labels part?
Did you mean £15 a month or year?
Sorry, that meant to say a year
Some interesting stats regarding iCloud & music match service: http://9to5mac.com/2011/06/21/rbc-icloud-to-hit-150-million-users-itunes...
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