iSJ5, 23 Sep 2012i want iphone 5 with gold body! price doesn't matter!If you got a gold plated iPhone 5 for the first few days you'd be wondering why a crowd of people are following you everywhere sieving the dirt until you realise all that gold plating started peeling off and all those people following are just prospecting for the gold that falls off your phone.
I have been eligible for an upgrade nearly 6 months now, but was waiting for the IP5 . I have an old Galaxy S 1, which has had turn by turn and google maps since I bought it 2 years ago. I like my iPad 3 and figured the IP5 would be a nice upgrade. I am glad I didn't preorder, but waited for reviews. Alas, I believe Aplle has lost it's way.
ad, 23 Sep 2012This anodised aluminium is from the PRC (not "Communist China"), it has to be diffe... moreYeah they might say they teamed up with Levi jeans and call this the limited edition stone washed iPhone 5 and they mistakenly released it early so people should be thankful because they gonna charge an extra $100 for it.
Apple should've learnt from HTC mistake .
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ad, 23 Sep 2012It's great to remain anonymous,isn't it?Why does it matter if I put a name or not. I'm still identified my my IP marker. 'ad' doesn't tell me anything about you more than your IP marker would.
My two-year old Nokia N8 has some scratches on the screen but never a single scratch on its lime green anodized aluminium casing. And I never use any protective case for it.
LOLZ. A few phones have some small scratches and the Android fangirls are jumping with glee. I guess they need something to make them feel better. Especially since their Quad CoreZZZZ has been embarrassed by Apple's dual core.
chroneek, 22 Sep 2012And i hate to say it but yall are so corny with iDent, you really think your that funny? You certainly don't have a sense of humour!
uh, 22 Sep 2012whoa, a new trade mark iScratch and iDents!... they certainly got lots of surprises when the u... moreoh ooh, be careful if you got dent or chip on your android phone, they might have to sue you for that.
Blankman, 22 Sep 2012I don't see a problem. Send the phone back and get a replacement. Simples. The SGS3 had a w... moreThen you should write an article reporting the problem here or write to Samsung to alert them of the wifi fault. I haven't seen one yet. We should all share all technological faults here for the advancement of the future.