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Ipod touch 5 Answered

So all the talk and youtube videos are making apples ipod touch 5 look amazing. With 5 color choices, a-5 chip, siri, better battery, better cameras, and so much more it is got to be great. So i say all that to ask when it comes out "Will you buy it".

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angeld7 (author)2015-06-10
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Computothought (author)2012-11-13

When you can get a decent Android touch pad for under $100, I can not see getting anything Cupertino California based.

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Cyclone1764 (author)2012-11-10

upgrading is a waste of money, but lets say you were going to buy a 4th gen and then the 5th gen one comes out, your more than likely going to buy the newer one

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ilpug (author)2012-10-13

So far, all my lifestyle needs is my 15$ prepaid LG flip phone. The Apple stuff looks sexy, but has so many issues. I would go with android if I had to choose.

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Kiteman (author)2012-10-06

Meh, I'm still using an old sliding-case phone that only texts and calls, but I have my eye on a Galaxy Note on an all-you-can-eat data plan.

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Kiteman (author)ThePregergater2012-10-06

Hey, that's the term used by service providers over here - most plans are limited to the amount of online time you can have, but some are not.

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Lithium Rain (author)Kiteman2012-10-06

Be very, very, very, very, very, very, VERY sure to read the fine print - these days they call data plans unlimited when they in fact have a cap of a few GB. The fine print will say stuff like "unlimited for normal usage" and then they define normal usage as up to X GB! Several companies have done away with true "unlimited" data plans altogether (except for grandfathered-in customers who bought one some time ago).

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Kiteman (author)Lithium Rain2012-10-11

They are very clear that there is no limit - allegedly, one user consumes 500G a month, because he uses his phone as a home hub, and has game-players and video streamers in the house.

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Lithium Rain (author)Kiteman2012-10-12

Oh, good. Man, I´m jealous...

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ThePregergater (author)Kiteman2012-10-06

Good to know. I never knew that.

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Kiteman (author)ThePregergater2012-10-06

(It might be a UK-specific term.)

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oicvideos (author)Kiteman2012-10-07

I've seen some stuff on the galaxy note 2 it looks pretty nice I have an apple device but I'm saving for the Nexus 7 cause I'm leaning to the android side (I don't like apples restrictions n stuph) I also like the larger 4 inch screens that they're putting on a lot of androids.

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Kiteman (author)oicvideos2012-10-07

I haven't had hands-on with a Note 2 yet, but I reckon that the 2's release will make the original Note more affordable.

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mpilchfamily (author)2012-10-11

Just got a 4th gen touch last Christmas so i won't be upgrading a gain for another couple of years.

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Moem (author)2012-10-06

No. I'm not interested at all.

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