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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by bclizzle, Jun 6, 2011.
wtf. when can we realistically expect to be able to download?
The release will be timed with the iPhone5. Let the next round of rumors begin!
When they finish building it, I expect. Chill.
I like a Fall release date. In Summer I am more into being outside, playing with my dogs at park, mountain biking, etc...not really thinking about new technology. But once its gets cooler and darker outside, I tend to become a hermit and play computer games more, and want new gadgets, and new tech toys, that time of year.
Fall. Did you really expect a release anytime soon when developers weren't given access to the SDK until today?
Between September and November. iOS 4.2 was suppose to be released last fall and we got it right before Thanksgiving. I'm thinking first or second week of October.
If the beta's aren't too buggy I plan on signing up for a developers account anyway. I want to start coding, I have a long summer ahead of me of nothing but work. Lot of free time
Is this a joke? in the fall.
You must be new here. Stuff like this is never released on the same day from Apple.
It'll probably be released when the new iPhone and iPod Touch is released.
Fall=December in Apple lingo. Or, judging by the white iPhone fiasco it could be a long, long wait.
Fall=Fall. Quit drawing ridiculous connections betweens apple making hardware and software. iOS works on more than just the iPhone. Why don't you toss your iPhone in a lake, pick up a an android phone and we'll talk to you in a few weeks when the crappy UI and battery have you fed up. Quit your b*tching or at least keep it in the thread you already started.
Especially with a username showing how far apple's d*ck is into your throat. We know you're going to keep using your iDevices.
Sorry for being snide but seriously. Knock it off.
wtf indeed. Apple owes you big time.
This should help you understand a little bit more about fall and possible release times.
The world won't end. Chill out. There are people in much worse situations.