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Review: Apple iPhone 4S for AT&T

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Skully

Oct 20, 2011, 4:05 PM
Does apple let you take the battery out yet? Who cares about itunes? Why not just drag and drop files? Why do you need to jailbreak the phone to use non apple approved software? Why does that void the warranty? It's a 750$ device you're voiding the warranty on. It's features are sub par and the fact it still doesn't do 4g is ridiculous. Calling it 'iphone 4' or 'iphone 4s' only confuses the average consumer who thinks this implies 4g.

They'll add widgets to the next one maybe. One day they'll catch up with google... Oh did I mention the ridiculous rate plans on att and vzw?
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jeffdws

Oct 25, 2011, 12:58 PM
Battery: No, but why do you need to pull out the battery on an Android phone? Oh yeah, when you need to swap out a new battery after 4 hours (Thunderbolt) or to fix it after it's frozen up (most Android phones)

iTunes: Either love it or hate it, but it's a great easy way to get your media on your device or to legally acquire new content.

Jailbreaking: A two minute process and easily reversible so as to not void the warranty, I don't get what the complaint is there. If you had a warranty turned down because you jailbroke it, you are an idiot and simply didn't think. Has nobody ever rooted their Android phone before?

What features, specifically are subpar? The processor and memory? Perhaps, but iOS 5 is so much more efficient of an O...
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