Who else is REALLY excited?

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  1. swedegirl macrumors regular

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    So after the keynote I was disappointed ( I can’t wait until November because I’m using my 7 phone as a birthday gift for my 14 year old next week), and I felt like the 8 was just not that much of a difference.... yet somewhat sceptical of the iphone X.

    Then all the media and even the forums where sort of saying the same thing... basically 8 is barely a new phone... it’s not a flagship...and it seems like the preorders where super slow as well.

    After a week of research I have now switched camps and I am SUPeR excited about my new 8.... anyone else in the same boat?
     
  2. Ironman1964 macrumors regular

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    I’m excited. I was all set on keynote day to commit to the new phone (X). When they announced that it wouldn’t be available until November it was disappointing. I am admittedly an impatient person, and I struggled over that being the only reason I didn’t want to wait. For me I am on a new every year plan with AT&T, which coincides around the September time frame of a new phone. My thought was this would throw me off by a couple of months when next year rolls around. So I decided to upgrade to the 8+, and see what next September brings. There is so much debate on things with the X that I really want to see how that goes on someone else’s dime, not mine. The 8+ is going to be a great phone for me. And I am excited, and no I don’t think I will change my tune in November.
     
  3. Alexander.Of.Oz macrumors 68030

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    I wouldn't say "I'm really excited." It's just a mobile phone after all, but I am more than happy with it, it works fast and reliably, the camera is very good when using a third party app so as to have full manual control of it, plus the ability to save images as RAW files, and it's much faster than my old 6 to download all the apps onto it. :)
     
  4. swedegirl thread starter macrumors regular

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    Staying “on September cycle” was another reason for me as well!
     
  5. Lspice macrumors regular

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    I'm excited! I can't think about anything else!
     
  6. maflynn Moderator

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    This is the first time in recent memory that I'm not. The iPhone 6 was a sight to be hold, the SE when it came out and since that pre-dated the 7 I wasn't interested in replacing it. The 8 seems more like a 7s in terms of what apple added.

    The X was the major phone they're pushing but for me, I cannot justify the price tag. The phone does look nice though, don't get me wrong.
     
  7. Newtons Apple macrumors Core

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    Not real excited here. Going from the 7+ to 8+ with a new AW3 LTE.

    Some will say it is very little upgraded but I not expecting big changes so will not be disappointed.

    Passing on the X for now, maybe sometime next year unless it has a lot of problems. If it does Apple will pay dearly, they are already paying for the problem with the LTE AW problems, stock way down.
     
  8. titrau macrumors 65816

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    only Tim exited ,, he so proud :):):apple::apple:

    [​IMG]

    Yeah Baby ------- Best smart phone ever
     
  9. Traverse macrumors 604

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    I am. I was from the start. Despite everyone dumping on the iPhone 8, I’m really excited. It’s fast, beautiful, and will offer a host of improvements for me.

    I can see iphone 7 users not being thrilled, but that’s not Apple’s focus
     
  10. janeauburn macrumors 6502a

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    My dog is excited. She smells the fish I'm cooking.
     
  11. KriStellar26 macrumors member

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    I'm excited. I love any new technology. But I am going from a 6s to a 8+, so I think that's a significant upgrade for me. I really hope I like the plus size!
     
  12. bufffilm Suspended

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    I'm not interested in any of the new iPhones this year.

    If you are upgrading from a ip6 or earlier, there are a lot of benefits.

    For 6s/+ owners and later...the improvements are too small. Ymmv of course.
     
  13. kormsby macrumors newbie

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    I'm almost as excited for X as I am for all the threads that we'll be seeing with people who bashed X back pedaling.

    But in all seriousness, I can't wait to get my hands on the X.
     
  14. Ralfi macrumors 68030

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    The price bummed me out. Really want the extra screen of the X (haven't been this eager to upgrade since the 5 to 6s transition) & will buy if I can get a deal.

    But that price (AU$1800).....
     
  15. EdMan macrumors 6502

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    I agree the 8 seems more like a 7s which is fine by me because my plan all along was to upgrade from a 6s to a 7s. Once the chatter about the pricing on the X hit the internet I told myself that unless it was a phone I could not live without, I would wait until the second version of it.

    I'm excited about getting a larger phone (8+) but that is about all. My 6s still works great and with iOS 11 I really didn't need a new phone. I've had enough iPhones at this point where I don't have to be the early adopter every time. I like the refined S models.
     
  16. Traverse macrumors 604

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    From many images online it looks as though you'll have have more usable screen on a Plus model.
     

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