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get an iphone. if you already have a phone. swap it for an iphone.
if you already have an iphone, buy another. then you have 2.
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Is there any point to this?
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I wouldn't have an iPhone if it were the last phone left on planet, what rubbish.
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get an iphone. if you already have a phone. swap it for an iphone.
if you already have an iphone, buy another. then you have 2.

LoveshisiPhoneLad grin
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I wouldn't have an iPhone if it were the last phone left on planet, what rubbish.

you must have a blackberry!! otherwise you would never have said this.
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I wouldn't have an iPhone if it were the last phone left on planet, what rubbish.

you must have a blackberry!! otherwise you would never have said this.

I think most folk (like myself) who've had an iPhone (3G & 3GS) and moved onto better phones wouldn't go back.
There's just no comparison - high end Android phones are much better than iPhones (IMHO).
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From my perspective I never wanted any iPhone at all and considered them to be underdeveloped crap, then I tried the iPhone 4 and everything was finally right and exactly as it should be. I think people who dismiss the iPhone on the strength of their experience of the 3GS and it's predecessors may have been missing out, still the 4's time is nearly over now anyway
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I wouldn't have an iPhone if it were the last phone left on planet, what rubbish.

you must have a blackberry!! otherwise you would never have said this.

More uninformed rubbish and wild guessing too. :womanindifferent:
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From my perspective I never wanted any iPhone at all and considered them to be underdeveloped crap, then I tried the iPhone 4 and everything was finally right and exactly as it should be. I think people who dismiss the iPhone on the strength of their experience of the 3GS and it's predecessors may have been missing out, still the 4's time is nearly over now anyway

As I mentioned that's just my opinion ATM, granted I haven't tried the iP4, but the main reasons I wouldn't go back to the iPhone:
Screen too small for my usage
Not as good visibility in sunlight as SuperAMOLED
iTunes
Have to get vetted apps via iTunes (unless JB'd)
Lack of customisation options
No in browser flash support

As I said, it's really not for me any more. People buy what suits them, I just get narked by posters such as wolfmansgotnards thinking they are the ultimate device (unless he's just trolling).
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SV you could be right. :womanindifferent:
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