What do you think of the tick tock cycle for iPhone releases? I understand to some degree why they do it. It's good for their ecosystem to have the same design two years straight and as a result it is good for the customers to some degree. By the time we get the S model the bugs have been worked out, there are plenty of cases and accessories on the market and the people who bought the original version retain more value for their phone. That said, it does kind of suck to be on the S end of the cycle. The newness is less because you've seen the same design everywhere for the last year. Plus you've probably walked into an Apple store half a dozen times, picked it up and played with it so much that you know it well enough without even owning it. It's not the same excitement as seeing a brand new design announced and being able to pick it up a couple weeks later. What's interesting though, is that as a company Appe tends to stick with the same design for many years when it comes to their computers and iPads. Even the Apple TV has been the same for the last few years and the fourth gen Shuffle has been around since 2010. It is very similar to my 2007 Shuffle. Not to mention the Classic. So I'm curious if Apple will ever reach an optimal design for the iPhone that they stick with for 3-5 years instead of 2 years. Could the iPhone 5 body be that design? It seems that if they wanted to jump on the large screen phone bandwagon this would have been the year to do it, considering they are also introducing a cheaper plastic version and with many criticizing them for not offering a larger phone in the 4.5-5" range. So I'm of the opinion they probably won't do it even next year. So if they stick with the same size screen, what improvement in the design is even needed?