Steve, like I've said before, was exited about what he presented, just like a little kid at christmas morning, that's what made me like him.I liked his presentation better. He seems more natural to me. Not exciting, but then neither was Steve.
It does suggest that they're sticking if not extending to an 18-month half step/36-months to wow life cycle (we can only hope at this point) which was beautiful for profitability in a landscape free of competition.Judging by what happened today...........
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True. I tear up periodically too. I hope I don't do it tomorrow or who knows. But the 4S was the last iPhone built under jobs power, well, for the most part. I think of it as an antique. It will be okay. (Pats you on back)I'm gonna keep the iPhone4, if I sell it I will regret that like I did with the V1 iPhone.
This was the last iPhone presented by Jobs, no reason to sell it for a useless 300 bucks.
My girlfriend made me tear up earlier, not much just a tear relax, she reminded me of how happy I was when I open my Christmas gift 4 years ago when she bought me my very first iPhone.
Ugh,I'm feeling like poo right now.