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    iPhone Speculation
    So, I am seeing alot of new "Smart" phones coming out with the 1.0Ghz cpu. My speculation is I think we will see the iPhone with one also, what are yalls thoughts? OOO or what if they used some kinda Nvidia ION chip?
    Just thought I would toss that out there see if anyone chews on this topic with me

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    Snapdragon would be nice. Better yet, I'd like to see a Tegra 2 in the 4G iPhone

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    WHEN is always the most important question. And just like speculating about new Apple computers...no one really knows until Apple actually puts out a press release & launch's them for sale.

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    ive been an owner of leading cell phone brands - blackberry, motorola, nokia, etc. - and apple has been the best by far. they will beat any phone on the market (maybe not in hardware) but with use, functionality, and apps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calijoefornia View Post
    Snapdragon would be nice. Better yet, I'd like to see a Tegra 2 in the 4G iPhone
    No disagreement there. Be careful what you call it though. 4G implies the forthcoming 4G network (still a ways off in the US for Verizon and AT&T). The current iPhone 3Gs is at best a warmed over Second Generation (Gen 2 NOT 2G) iPhone, so the next update would be the "Third Generation" (3rd Gen) of the iPhone itself.

    Yeah, I'm being picky but still....


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    baggss, I agree with you on principle, but for the sake of argument, we should stick to the conventional naming sequence of calling the 3GS as the third generation so as not to confuse those who aren't as enlightened. Trying to explain that the 3GS is more like gen 2.5 is just not worth the effort when everybody has essentially decreed that the 3GS is the third generation iPhone and that the next one will be the fourth generation.

    In other words, just make it easier for yourself

    To the OP, it's like pigoo3 said, it's only a matter of time and only Apple knows what kind of CPU it's going to put into its next generation phones

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    Never mind CPU, I want to see improved battery life,better camera and a larger screen.
    With Android looking better and better, I really hope Apple has some significant improvements up their sleeves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bargsbeer View Post
    Never mind CPU, I want to see improved battery life,better camera and a larger screen.
    With Android looking better and better, I really hope Apple has some significant improvements up their sleeves.

    As one of the Android-devils (as I've been called by so many apple fanboys), I don't think Apple is going to match Android's customization. If Apple does what they've always done with their iPhone stuff in the future, then it's to be expected that customization will be slim to none.

    Also, I have this aching suspicion that Apple will start charging a premium for certain amounts of customization that aren't currently available without jailbreaking. One thing is the VoIP apps. If Apple was smart, they'd allow WiFi calling through the iPhone via iCall or something similar, although I suspect if they do go for something like that, they will charge an ungodly monthly fee for the access to it.

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