Will the iPhone 6 be thinner and lighter?

Rafagon

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Yes, if the folks at LED Inside are to be believed. The "side-view LED backlight" will decrease in thickness by 0.2mm. This is, obviously, a rumor at this point.
 
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AmandaKess

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I would have to imagine it would be, that seems to be the trend anyway.
 

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One of these days, some company is going to make a bigass phone with a bigass battery that lasts for 24 hours non stop usage even while gaming.
 

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One of these days, some company is going to make a bigass phone with a bigass battery that lasts for 24 hours non stop usage even while gaming.

Here's a prototype






Sent from my iPhone using My fingers.
 

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Not only thinner and lighter but way magical! ;)

And, you'll be able to get iMessage to work properly if somebody leaves iPhone for Android.
 

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Not only thinner and lighter but way magical! ;)

And, you'll be able to get iMessage disabled if somebody leaves iPhone for Android.
FTFY. :)

The problem can be tricky and difficult to resolve, but it is preventable. You just have to toggle iMessages off before you restore and sell the iPhone/switch SIMs.
 

Zanthe

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FTFY. :)

The problem can be tricky and difficult to resolve, but it is preventable. You just have to toggle iMessages off before you restore and sell the iPhone/switch SIMs.
Well go figure. People moving to Android probably don't have the thought process capaibities to think about disabling iMessage before hand. :D

Hey Apple...get your stuff together. :mad:
 

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Well go figure. People moving to Android probably don't have the thought process capaibities to think about disabling iMessage before hand. :D

Hey Apple...get your stuff together. :mad:
Obviously you're joking but seriously, why would anyone even think of having to disable imessage before removing their phone number from the device? It just doesn't make sense. I sure didn't think of turning it off. Why would I need to?

Then I searched online and realized this was the problem with my messages and had to put my sim card back in, turn it off, then take it back out. Imagine being a Verizon customer, now that's a major hassle.