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    No S on the 4S
    Hi

    A mere detail perhaps, but you would have thought the new iPhone 4s would just to differentiate have said somewhere on it, that it was an S?

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    is that so when you are using it out in public it can be recognised as your using the new 4s and not the old 4 !

    Rolls eyes.

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    I actually have no problem with your thought on a different logo, it just amuses me to think you could always wear a shield on your chest with an 'S' on it.

    And no, I am not jealous of your new 4s, not at all . . . may be a bit. Okay, buddy send it to me and no one needs to get hurt!

    Just kidding, I want one very bad right now but am forcing myself to wait.
    I've always wanted to be smart, handsome and modest. But, I guess I'll have to be satisfied with two out of three . . .

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    Who cares who sees what in public use.

    If you bought a 3G it says 3G
    If you bought a 3GS it says 3GS
    If you bought a 4 it's called a 4

    If you bought a 4s it should be called a 4S

    Makes sense to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chunkylee View Post
    is that so when you are using it out in public it can be recognised as your using the new 4s and not the old 4 !
    Absolutely!!!! I know I don't want to be inadvertently associated with you generic iPhone 4 users - that's soooo 6 mos ago.

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    Wow really? Aren't most of us using cases anyways so how would they be able to tell anyways?
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    Just have Siri at full volume all the time - and people will know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianLachoreVPI View Post
    Just have Siri at full volume all the time - and people will know.
    Someone wants attention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonRequiem View Post
    Someone wants attention.
    Hey - I'm just problem solving here...

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    Just talk to your iPhone all the time. People in the know will think you're on a 4S, everyone else will get out of your way. Win-win scenario in my opinion....
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    None of them say what model they are. I just looked at the old 3Gs & 4 that are sitting on my desk waiting to be sold and neither say the model on them.
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    The iPhone 4S is also .03mm thicker. That should be obvious from yards away!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brendan67 View Post
    If you bought a 3G it says 3G
    If you bought a 3GS it says 3GS
    If you bought a 4 it's called a 4

    If you bought a 4s it should be called a 4S
    It's been a year now, but I don't remember my 3GS saying 3GS anywhere on the phone...

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    You are wrong the model number on the back of the 4 is A1332 whereas on the back on the 4S it is A1387.

    You could always show this to people if you want to distinguish them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clive12 View Post
    You are wrong the model number on the back of the 4 is A1332 whereas on the back on the 4S it is A1387.

    You could always show this to people if you want to distinguish them.
    I'm voting this as the best possible solution. Then not only have you proven your point, but you've also been able to distinguish yourself as a true connoisseur... (BTW, I sure do hope that I spelled connoisseur right, or the trolls will nab me )

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