The end of rumors??

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by chewbee, Oct 5, 2011.

  1. chewbee macrumors member

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    Seriously, how about toning down the negative emotions in here? I like this site, but searching for informative, fun threads is making my eyes bleed.

    I suggest that the next time the rumors start up, everyone have fun with it instead of going haywire with anger and frustration.

    Remember when talking about Apple was fun?
     
  2. Macman45 macrumors demi-god

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    A BIg YES

    To your post! Let's forget the iPhone hype for a while and get back to some sense of normality. Plenty of other stuff to discuss.....Like I'm having a few issues with Aperture 3 (it's good, but they've moved things around a bit) I haven't posted anything because all seem intent on slating the new phone!
     
  3. ap3604 macrumors 68000

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    People will do this every.... single... year.... that Apple doesn't come out with some radical new design. Time to get used to the whining now instead putting it off until next year ;)
     
  4. TM WAZZA macrumors 68000

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    Come back after a few weeks. You'll always get people complaining. :)
     
  5. admanimal macrumors 68040

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    This sort of thing happens with every major product release. People convince themselves that, despite all of the evidence to the contrary, the "best" but otherwise least likely rumors will come true. For some reason, people have this notion that Apple pulls off these huge surprises at every event, when in reality most of them are quite predictable. Then when there is no huge surprise and the impossible rumors don't come true, they act as if Apple has done them some sort of personal injustice.

    Things will start to get back to normal once the phone is actually released. And probably some large percentage of the most vocal critics will end up with one anyway after they see it in person or get caught up in the pre-ordering hype.
     

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