• Rancodemayor
    Tim Cook must not ignore consumer request 4 bigger screen size iPhone. $AAPL must introduce 5In. or bigger phone with competitive features.
    12/7/12
    Reply (14)
    • andyk80: Apple doesnt want to do it because they dont want a single device replacing both iPhone and iPad. They want to make u buy 2 devices.
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    • hotnutsjesus: Agreed. I think AAPL tried to accomodate its customers by introducing iPhone5 with longer screen and iPad mini. Doubt they will further can-
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    • hotnutsjesus: ibilize sales.
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    • Rancodemayor: $AAPL has to do >just increasing D length of it's phone. Needs Expandable memory size, bigger screen, multitask. >battery & more 2 impress.
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    • andyk80: Yea.. Another reason to be a aapl bear. My note 2 is tite.
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    • Rancodemayor: iPhone represents gigantic portion of $AAPL it's revenue not iPad. So why not give customers what they want. Change course or falter.
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    • andyk80: The point is aapl is stuck between a rock and a hard place when it comes to bringing out a 5" iPhone.
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    • Rancodemayor: If $APPL make iPhone D size of Note 2 with similar or better features, most will jump to get the product. But Mr. Cook needs to act fast.
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    • Rancodemayor: iPhone 5 is simply more of the same. Slightly increased length with increasing width makes the phone look unappealing.
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    • hotnutsjesus: Have you actually fooled around with one? It's very well designed and I've had a Samsung SIII and SII and the iPhone5 is way nicer.
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    • hotnutsjesus: I took the SII over an S3 because the S3's screen was TOO big.
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    • andyk80: iPhone does feel perfect in your hand if your primary use the device is a phone. My note 2 is a game changer for me.
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    • Rancodemayor: iPhone is good 4 text but if u browse, play & watch, bigger is better. So, SIII or Note II takes D credit. Plus better battery on Note II.
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    • Rancodemayor: Apple $AAPL has lost >20% since the launch of iPhone 5 and the trend continues.
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