Well when wednesday came, millions of people were dissapointed that there was no "one last thing" tagged on to the keynote, but is it fair to say that the iphone 5 is a let down and a good reason to switch to S3? Just because there is no new crazy feature (like siri with iphone 4s or NFC wouldve been with iphone 5) doesn't mean that this iphone probably isn't a HUGE upgrade isn't it? Is it fair to say that the only thing you will get from upgrading to an iphone 5 from a 4S is a bigger screen? Maybe it is ALOT faster all around, and a lot of performance enhancement (in regard to specs)? I am just saying, that any website that has the smallest of a tech area, has something to say about the iphone5 and most websites are calling it a disappointment, but I don't think its fair to say that without trying it in person first-hand. What is it even that people are disappointed with? The hardware specs weren't good enough? The screen not big enough? Lack of NFC? No drastic change in shape of phone? Or was it even the hardware that people were disappointed by or is it that people are disappointed with iOS6 and waited until now to express their frustration in hopes of a big upgrade to iOS6 as the "one last thing"? I know the iphone 5 isn't that significant in comparison to iphone 4s, but I think that this phone wasn't aimed to please the current 4S users, more so directed to android people, or 3GS people. Not sure if I went off topic here on my own post but I am just curious why people are disappointed with the iphone or is it fair to be disappointed with it before trying it out first?