Here's a few of my reasons not to order at day one: * Build quality of the iPhone6 I'm sure Apple is trying, but they have to ship millions in the first few days. They will go for numbers and will exchange faulty units if they get complaints. * Hardware specs uncovered. I really like to wait for iFixIt or similar. How much RAM? Will the new radio chips and sensors cause battery drain? * Display technology I'm skeptical regarding display quality. Apple has always tried to make a good display, but they never went for the best. I don't mean Amoled/IPS. I mean that the IP4 had the best display of all iPhones I owned. And I bought all of them. * iWatch / Yosemite / iOS software HYPE I will not upgrade all my systems like I always did in the past. I've used Yosemite and iOS8 beta. I'm curious what the reviews really tell us about the usefulness of features. It's all great if you look at the keynote but I doubt it will be that seamless when used daily. This time I will update together with new hardware. Meaning that I'll probably wait for a MacPro and rMBP update and then update to Yosemite and iOS8. Including a Thunderbolt Retina display. It's not about personal finance, it's about investing large amounts of money for basically the same technology. What do you guys think? Will you be standing in line although you already owned previous models? I understand that new customers grow into Apple's ecosystem. They buy first time and that's great. But I'd like to hear from people who probably had iPhone 4's and non-retina MacBooks.