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From: "James Dore" <james.d...@new.ox.ac.uk>
Subject: Re: iphone4 or iphone5?
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2012 15:00:59 +0100
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On Tue, 23 Oct 2012 20:02:08 +0100, Woody <use...@alienrat.co.uk> wrote:
> On 23/10/2012 13:47, Sara wrote:
>> In article<MPG.2af0a1546006acab989...@news.individual.net>,
>> jeremy<jeremy0...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Not sure if this is the right group but have seen a few references to
>>> iphones on here!
>>> If buying an iphone today (switching from a blackberry something) are
>>> there any must-have advantages of going for the 5 over the 4 (or 4s)?
>>> False economy to save money on a 4s? I have a 4s already and find it
>>> great, the 5 would be an upgrade from blackberry for someone else...
>> I've just seen my first iPhone 5 in the flesh and it is gorgeous. One
>> thing that seems immediately handy is that the headphone jack is now at
>> the bottom of the iPhone making water ingress from rain less likely.
> They are rather nice. Personally I wouldn't bother upgrading my 4 for a
> 5, as they are expensive, but if I had neither, I would go for a 5.
> Assuming I could get it on a non 2 year contract.
I was about to go on a rant about the lack of compatibility with older
"Made for iPod" devices that the Lightning connector seems to suffer from,
but that has been dealt with by the adapter:
So get the 5!
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