Anybody stuck in the iPhone 'S' model upgrade cycle? Obviously this applies only to people who upgrade their phones once every two years when their contract expires. It is obvious the people in the 'S' cycle are getting shafted by Apple. Let's see: iPhone 3G, iPhone 4, iPhone 5, iPhone 6 (rumored 4.8" Retina+ IGZO screen, a new A7 quad-core processor) (vs) iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5S (NFC + 6-8 colors) (I left out the original iPhone because it was the first iPhone and there are too many variables if you include that). People in the 3G, 4 and 5 cycles obviously get to enjoy the newest and greatest hardware first and for a full year before the 'S' folks get their hand on it. Not only do their get new hardware in terms of the the outer shell first, they also get the processor upgrades the come with it, so it is not like they don't get a speed increase compared to the previous generation. They also get other features first such as - 3G, retina display, front facing camera, LED flash for camera, larger 4" screen. So I think the people in the 3G, 4, 5 upgrade cycle have had a distinct advantage over the people in the 'S' cycle. Thoughts?