^--- THIS.Coming from me? Bad idea. I am sure there will be something people complain about with the iPhone 5 (or whatever they call it). It's inevitable.
I'm still crossing my fingers that the battery life and other complaints of the original iPhone finally get resolved.I think i'm going to skip the iPhone 4S mainly due to battery issues. By the time iPhone 5 gets released, the battery issues should be fixed and Siri should be out of Beta hopefully. Good idea?
Coming from me? Bad idea. I am sure there will be something people complain about with the iPhone 5 (or whatever they call it). It's inevitable.
Every phone is going to have some "awful issue" people complain about. It happens with every round of iPhone, from antenna problems, to yellow displays, to battery issues, to software, to cracked case backs (etc., etc., etc.)
Thank you, I think I said the same thing aboveI've gone for a 12-Month plan, since I know I'll want to upgrade when the next one is out and I should be fortunate enough to have the necessary resources.
In the UK the 12-Month plans actually work out cheaper for the actual plan anyway [subtracting the cost of the phone], so I figure after a year I can either sell it or give it to a family member.
As others have said, the next generation will have its own issues, but I can't report any problems with my 4S. You have to realise that lots of people with issues will post about it but not many people without will bother. Forums are not a good sample of the user base.