WSJ: Apple to Release Two Larger iPhone Models This Year, Scrap the Plastic iPhone

WSJ: Apple to Release Two Larger iPhone Models This Year, Scrap the Plastic iPhone

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iProService - January 26, 2014 at 5:35pm
One of Steve Jobs intended design cues of the iPhone was that it could used with one hand. Do you really believe they will abandon this very important feature?
SamsunkIsCrap - January 26, 2014 at 7:27pm
It comes in 3 sizes, like it says in this or the other articles somewhere it's listed "iPhone can't exceed 4.8" because of one hand use" so doubt it.
itasara - May 18, 2014 at 5:12am
Steve Jobs also felt that Apple would be the computer "for the rest of us," but what I see today is that Apple is going the way of big business...it does what it wants, it puts obsolescence into the market so that we are almost forced to buy new equipment.It is all about money money money. Understandable up to a point. They don't supply parts for older machines and if you fix up your own machine outside of apple, event though it is out of warranty, they won't sell you a part even a battery. It has been very frustrating for me. They changed the os system some features which are good and some also very annoying, but what I am finding out is I may have to get a new printer because my printer now which I am very happy with is not supported by the printer company when it comes to Apple's new system. So instead of making life easier, it is more complicated now, and when like me you get older, I want less complications and less to spend money on. I like keeping my apple products going as long as possible, but apparently not the case with Apple.
itasara - May 18, 2014 at 5:13am
Steve Jobs also felt that Apple would be the computer "for the rest of us," but what I see today is that Apple is going the way of big business...it does what it wants, it puts obsolescence into the market so that we are almost forced to buy new equipment.It is all about money money money. Understandable up to a point. They don't supply parts for older machines and if you fix up your own machine outside of apple, event though it is out of warranty, they won't sell you a part even a battery. It has been very frustrating for me. They changed the os system some features which are good and some also very annoying, but what I am finding out is I may have to get a new printer because my printer now which I am very happy with is not supported by the printer company when it comes to Apple's new system. So instead of making life easier, it is more complicated now, and when like me you get older, I want less complications and less to spend money on. I like keeping my apple products going as long as possible, but apparently not the case with Apple.