How can I justify ANOTHER new iPhone when I just bought a 4S!?
pwarren 2 years ago
Apparently the iPhone 5 is due out this summer, which is only a few months away. Let me confess that I love getting new Apple products almost as much as I love a new pair of Christian Louboutin shoes. Coincidentally, a new pair of Christian Louboutins cost about the same as a new Mac, but oh well. Of all tech areas, I probably follow mobile technology the least, and one thing I enjoy about iPhones is that in contrast to my everyday work experience, I can just use it out of the box and not have to do much of anything. It is like a tiny island of simplicity in my life, that also happens to look beautiful However, I just bought a 4S in November. Is the iPhone going to be another incremental update, or will my shoe budget have to suffer for a worthy evolution of the iPhone from Apple?
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