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RE: Brace yourselves...

Thanks chebby i didn't realize their was more than one model.

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RE: Brace yourselves...

simonlewis wrote:

Thanks chebby i didn't realize their was more than one model.

Here is a link to the 'news' section...

http://www.whathifi.com/news

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64-bit, fingerprint reader

64-bit, fingerprint reader which is surprisingly easy to use. Not clear if 5C also has this. Looks interesting!

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RE: 64-bit, fingerprint reader

bigboss wrote:
64-bit, fingerprint reader which is surprisingly easy to use. Not clear if 5C also has this. Looks interesting!

 

I like the fingerprint reader idea, not much else there interests me.  Roll on the iPad 5 for me.

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RE: 64-bit, fingerprint reader

bigboss wrote:
64-bit, fingerprint reader which is surprisingly easy to use. Not clear if 5C also has this. Looks interesting!

The 5C is basically the 5 in a plastic casing, so I doubt it has the fingerprint reader.

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RE: 64-bit, fingerprint reader

bigboss wrote:
64-bit, fingerprint reader which is surprisingly easy to use.

Needs to be 100% reliable (which it won't be) to be adopted my the masses

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£470 and

£470 and £550:

http://store.apple.com/uk

There are having a laugh ain't they? :O

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4S £350 now, can't be bad.

4S £350 now, can't be bad.

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RE: 4S £350 now, can't be bad.

At least the 64GB 5S has only gone up £10 from last year's version.  I can't believe they want £629 for the 32GB though!

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RE: 4S £350 now, can't be bad.

buzz_lightclick wrote:

At least the 64GB 5S has only gone up £10 from last year's version.  I can't believe they want £629 for the 32GB though!

 

I know!   :O

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RE: iPhone 5S and iPad 5 - Anyone Buying?

iPhone 5 completely gone.   Smile  I now see why you could get such good deals on it.  

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RE: 64-bit, fingerprint reader

daveh75 wrote:

bigboss wrote:
64-bit, fingerprint reader which is surprisingly easy to use.

Needs to be 100% reliable (which it won't be) to be adopted my the masses

Well, it's 1st generation so will take time to perfect. Certainly a step in the right direction. I can see it attract businesses.

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RE: 4S £350 now, can't be bad.

gel wrote:
4S £350 now, can't be bad.

£350 for a 2year old phone! I'd say that was pretty bad

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RE: iPhone 5S and iPad 5 - Anyone Buying?

By the time my 4S contract's up in March the 5S will be available on decent terms I reckon. I can see me going for it.

Anyone else but me miss Jobs' finishing with "and it's available...today". Nothing's available until next Wednesday at the earliest. (iOS 7)

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RE: iPhone 5S and iPad 5 - Anyone Buying?

From our man at the US launch: iPhone 5S hands on

All the details on the "budget" (ha!) iPhone 5C

Handy specs/prices/features comparison: iPhone 5 vs 5C vs 5S


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