Sell the 4s on ebay, buy an iphone 5 or a 5s. Youll have it for another 2 years and be happy.My contract is up and I am thinking of moving to an iPhone 5. I use my phone for everything from calls, to e-mails, texting, weather, etc. It seems to working just fine. Just wondering if it is worth the trade from iPhones4s to 5? .
You seem happy with the 4S so you may want to consider hanging onto the upgrade until the 6.
I say this because you don't seem like the kind of person that wants or desires the latest and greatest tech. When the 6 comes out the 5S will be offered at a discounted rate so you can save some money on a phone that I personally believe will run better years down the road vs the 5.
Or maybe the 6 will offer something you really like and you can use the upgrade for that.
I had the iPhone 4s and upgraded to the iPhone 5s. Could not be happier. Now I also had the iPhone 5 before I got the 4s ( long story). I would say go for the 5s not the 5. It seems you keep your phone for a long time, and don't upgrade every year. You will get way more use out of the iPhone 5s then the 5. The 5 is not bad, but it is already over a year old, so that is already cutting into the life of the phone. It's going to be a used phone too. Just my thoughts.
So I just thought about this after reading your post. So for almost the life of iPhones we have gotten new ones every year, and the older models have been reduced in price. Well that was up until last year with the 5c. I am just thinking are they not going to do this again? I know they dropped the iPhone 5 to make room for the 5c, but if they continue the c line will they need to keep a slot for that? The 5c or s will have to go away right? I know the 4s will be gone, but I feel like one of the 5 models will be removed as well. Unless they are just going to keep more iPhone models now.
Sell the 4s on ebay, buy an iphone 5 or a 5s. Youll have it for another 2 years and be happy.
I dont have a contasct with my 5s. T-Mobile all the way home.
True, but I can easily walk into T-Mobile and give them the full payment balance and there is still, NO CONTRACT.It drives me up a wall when people say that! Unless you paid for your phone outright, you're EIP installment plan is your contract until your device is paid off.