Lmao, good one!it does matter, John, not so much what our next iPhone is gonna be called, but what OS is running.
When you run OS gingerbread, you kid makes fun of you, when your kid makes fun of you, you tend to end up in the wrong forums, when you end up in the wrong forums, more people make fun of you, when everybody makes fun of you, you become a troll.
Don't become a troll, get an iPhone.
ps: if you don't get Comcast commercials in England, you should
I have them in my area. (Only choice) I really have no issues. Up-time is 99.99%, throughput is mid-teens.If Comcast was the only ISP in the US, I'd try to learn to live without the Internet (although I'd probably cave after two days). I've heard nothing but bad things about them.
Maybe, but, it's too deep in the line to start doing this IMO. If they were gonna do that they shoulda did it with the 3G.My guess is that Apple will do the same thing they did with naming The New iPad and simply call it The New iPhone.
But like someone said earlier, in the end I'm just going to call it whatever Apple calls it
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