Not just considering because I automatically upgrade every time a new iPhone comes out. The only exception of course is the 5C, I never really understood that one.....but I knew that I didn't want it.We all know the rumours re: the iPhone 6.
For those of us seriously considering this model, what are you currently using?
Myself: iPhone 4. Not fond enough of 'taller' iPhone 5/5s to upgrade yet.
NOOOooooo!We all know the rumours re: the iPhone 6.
Not really considering it since I don't know what it looks like.For those of us seriously considering this model, what are you currently using?
That's just it. If the 6 is gonna be a fatphlet (fat chance I say) the am going to keep my 4s until eternity.Myself: iPhone 4. Not fond enough of 'taller' iPhone 5/5s to upgrade yet.
Sometimes? I can't blame the phone for the inconsistency, because it could be my deck.Does it not automatically connect if bluetooth is switched on?
It is not as expensive as people would think. I upgrade to the newest iphone every year for roughly $200.I've been using the iPhone since the very first version. Yeah, I dabbled with a couple of Android phones in between, but all in all, I keep going back to iOS based phones.
Right now, I've got an iPhone 5 I purchased on the T-Mobile monthly payment/no interest plan, and still have a fair number of payments to make before it's paid off.
I didn't see the point in taking a further loss to move up to a 5s, even though I do think the fingerprint sensor is handy, and the camera improvements would be "nice to have". Knowing Apple's roadmap for phones though, they generally make it worth your while to upgrade every other release. If you still had a 4s, then the 5s made sense as your upgrade. If you were on an original 4, then the 5 was a smart upgrade when it first came out. Upgrading more quickly than that usually means you're paying a premium just to say you have the latest thing.
I get what you are saying about profiles, but why not just leave BT on all the time?Sometimes? I can't blame the phone for the inconsistency, because it could be my deck.
However, I don't leave BT on. What I was commenting on was the tech tiles, which use NFC to change settings or "profiles." If apple utilized something similar, I could put the sticker in my car dock, and when the phone goes in, it would turn on BT/sync as an automated process.
Yea, it's lazy. But as far as I'm concerned, that type of functionality is what the smartphone market is all about.
Then I guess this thread isn't for you.Not really considering it since I don't know what it looks like.
My primary is also a N5 but how do you highly optimize pure android? It's as optimized as it can get right out of the box.Primary smartphone: Highly optimized Nexus 5, a gem of a phone.
Secondary smartphone: iPhone 5S, a placeholder till Apple creates something relevant and fresh.