iPhone 3G


CluTcH

macrumors newbie
Jun 18, 2008
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it's okay cuz im switching over to sprint before this stupid os comes out.. it still looks almost exactly the same as before for the past 4 years now.. you would think u can make it a little more exciting.. nah not for apple.. im sorry but the Evo on sprint looks 10x better! even the new windows 7 phone looks better.. apples outdated.. **** them
 

Revelation78

macrumors 68000
Original poster
Dec 18, 2008
1,508
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North Carolina
it's okay cuz im switching over to sprint before this stupid os comes out.. it still looks almost exactly the same as before for the past 4 years now.. you would think u can make it a little more exciting.. nah not for apple.. im sorry but the Evo on sprint looks 10x better! even the new windows 7 phone looks better.. apples outdated.. **** them
Ok, good bye, I'll still enjoy my iPhone!
 

layziegtp

macrumors regular
Oct 26, 2009
115
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it's okay cuz im switching over to sprint before this stupid os comes out.. it still looks almost exactly the same as before for the past 4 years now.. you would think u can make it a little more exciting.. nah not for apple.. im sorry but the Evo on sprint looks 10x better! even the new windows 7 phone looks better.. apples outdated.. **** them
Here we go! The new iPhone complaint of the year. Now that we've got everything we've been asking for, now the OS 'looks old'. Ha! Classic.
 

F123D

macrumors 68040
Sep 16, 2008
3,776
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Del Mar, CA
I have a jailbroken 3G and can already multitask and create folders. I'm waiting to see what apple does HARDWARE wise before I decide to upgrade or jump ship to the EVO as well.
 

WeegieMac

Guest
Jan 29, 2008
3,274
1
Glasgow, UK
What a huge kick in the ass to 3G users
Nothing that wasn't expected to be honest mate. My only complaint with the multi-tasking announcement was how it was executed by Jobs ... as in that it was shown off then we were told right at the death it wasn't for 3G users.

However, again, I never expected it to happen with the 3G's specs.

The funny thing is that when I bought my iPhone 3G in September last year, the wife moaned at me wanting to spend the extra £100 on a 3GS. I remember eventually caving in and thinking, "I'm lucky to be getting an iPhone", but also told her that the 3GS would be a better long term investment.

Today, I've been proven right and today Apple killed off the iPhone 3G.

And the other thing I noticed is that the original iPhone didn't even get a mention at all.
 

OasisNYK

macrumors 6502
Nov 29, 2004
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I dont see what the big deal is - I have a 3G and I will probably upgrade to the new iPhone or move on to something else if I see something I like - why shouldn't apple give 3G users a reason to "need" the upgrade? They make more $$$ that way and they get people onto the new hardware (better for developers).

I have high hopes for the new iPhone hardware, if they disappoint there then I will complain but OS wise this is a good step. If you don't like the UI jailbreak it and customize.