iphone 3.0 will make so many apps redundant

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by londondude, Mar 17, 2009.

  1. londondude macrumors regular

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    Basicly so many apps are focused on giving you small bits of the update. For example email in landscape, there must be lots of those apps.
    I feel sorry for the people that have invested in those apps to find out they are useless.

    on a good note i can delete quite a few of my many pages of apps when it arrives.
     
  2. GoCubsGo macrumors Nehalem

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    Redundant now, but anyone who believed their app purchase would be an investment when that app compensated for what the iPhone is clearly lacking is the worst planner in the history of people who plan. Why? Because all in due time will most people see the very basic things come to the iPhone. Apple should be ashamed of themselves for taking this long, but we, as consumers, bought into this hook line and sinker.

    That being said, the .99¢ purchase of my landscape e-mail app at least 6+ months ago was not a bad buy at the time nor do I regret or feel any sense of loss that I won't need it. My time and the fully integrated ability of landscape e-mail and now text is far more important than my dollar. One more to stick in a strippers shorts if you ask me. ;)
     
  3. rareflares macrumors regular

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    exactly. I think paying a little more than one half of one cent per day for extra functionality for 6 months was worth it for anyone that used it.
     

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