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    iOS 7 phases out the iPhone 3GS and the original iPad; some features will be iPhone 5
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    So my 4s phone wont get 7? or will it?

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    iOS 7 phases out the iPhone 3GS and the original iPad; some features will be iPhone 5
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    iOS 7 phases out the iPhone 3GS and the original iPad; some features will be iPhone 5
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    My iP4 will apparently work with iOS7 with the features I care about. That assumes I actually want iOS7... Good enough for me. No need for a new phone yet. WooHoo!
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    iOS 7 phases out the iPhone 3GS and the original iPad; some features will be iPhone 5
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    thanks a lot dude. clears up the fact that they just want to keep us buying more frequently.

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    iOS 7 phases out the iPhone 3GS and the original iPad; some features will be iPhone 5
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    iOS 7 phases out the iPhone 3GS and the original iPad; some features will be iPhone 5
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    Quote Originally Posted by theOneKrishna View Post
    thanks a lot dude. clears up the fact that they just want to keep us buying more frequently.
    Seriously? There are two features you won't get: in-camera filters and AirDrop. Maybe you should stop and consider why for a minute....

    Apple does a good job of legacy support compared to other companies. Besides, the new iOS will be FREE. You don't get to gripe about free.

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    iOS 7 phases out the iPhone 3GS and the original iPad; some features will be iPhone 5

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    Still bummed at how fast Apple stopped supporting the original Ipad (with security, operating system updates).

    Did not pay to be an early adapter (sic)

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    Folks, please, don’t make the mistake that one head of marketing at Sierra I used to know did (and fought me tooth and nail on it, insisting that they were correct), and call the people you’re relying on to buy your product early in the game early adapters. The phrase you are looking for is early adopter.
    Note the ‘O’.
    This is someone who is part of the first vanguard of people to ever use a new thing. They adopt the thing early on. (Adopt meaning “to take up and practice as one’s own”). An early adapter, however, is someone who takes something early on and, like McGuyver or the A-Team, adapts it to their own nefarious purposes. This usually involves and/or incorporates duct tape somewhere in the process, a pocketknife, and potentially a Sharpie permanent marker. Big difference.
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    So... will now wait for II behind any Apple product, lol

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