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Old 09-18-2012, 12:01 AM  
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8 Things the iPhone 5 Still Can't Do

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/8-thin...-can-t-do.html

In terms of specs, performance, and features, the iPhone 5 is Apple's best to date. This doesn't mean it's as good as it could be, however.

There were a few egregious omissions from the keynote presentation – features that we not only want in our iPhone, but that we feel are overdue.


NFC for mobile payments

Instead of building NFC into the iPhone, Apple would rather have you use its Passbook system, which lets lets users store tickets, gift cards, boarding passes, and the like.

It can handle some (but definitely not all) of the tasks that you might use NFC for. For example, you can't use Passbook to wirelessly send money to a friend via PayPal.

NFC also lets you beam content between devices just by tapping them together. Samsung's Galaxy S III takes advantage of this feature.


Swype
An improved texting solution on the keyboard, like Swype

Swype is something of a mainstay on Android phones. Instead of tapping out your texts letter by letter, you can drag your finger over them without lifting it. The end result is that you get your message out much more quickly.



SD card support for extra storage

We'd like to be able to extend our device's storage capability beyond the 64 GB maximum. History suggests that external SD card support isn't going to be in a mobile Apple device any time soon.



A 128 GB option

The iPod Classic offered users 160 GB of music and video capacity. Many people (ourselves included) had no problem filling it right up.

Now that the iPhone is an easy replacement for your old iPod, we'd love to be able to carry the same amount of content around with us without having to pick and choose what stays at home.


Non-proprietary dock connection

We've never understood why our iPhones can't use a standard USB port and a standard USB cable to sync. Now the iPhone 5 introduces a new micro-dock connection requiring the use of its own special cable.

If you want to use your old sync cables, you have to buy this $29 adapter.



A micro-HDMI port

Once again, if you want to get video off of your phone, it requires the use of a special adapter. (Unless you buy a $99 Apple TV.) The Kindle Fire HD and several Android phones use a micro-HDMI port, letting you run a cable straight from your tablet to the television.

This makes it easier, better, and more affordable for the user.



Replaceable battery

The battery life on the iPhone 5 has seen some nice improvements, but for the power users who are glued to their phones all day, it won't suffice.

We'd love to be able to carry an additional fully-charged iPhone battery that we could pop in whenever the first one bites the dust.


While we're at it, better battery life!

The iPhone 5's battery life is about the same as the iPhone 4S'. Yes, it has a bigger battery, but the new 4G LTE radio and bigger screen use up a lot of that extra power. We wish Apple had included a better battery in the iPhone 5 like the one on Motorola's Droid Razr Maxx. The Razr Maxx can last several hours longer than the iPhone 5.
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Old 09-18-2012, 03:30 PM   #46
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lol SWPYE ****ing sucks -- who gives a shit about the majority of this list? I'll admit the micro-hdmi port would be sweet, though.
I love Swype and can hammer out text faster than any non-Swyper. Real words, not text abbreviations.
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Old 09-18-2012, 03:41 PM   #47
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Old 09-18-2012, 03:42 PM   #48
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:35 PM   #49
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Yep.

A lot of lemmings in the world today...
It's not a bad thing. Economic analysts have been projecting that the iphone 5 would help boost the economy quite a bit...

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In a note to clients on Monday, Feroli said sales of the smartphone could add between 0.25% to 0.5% to fourth quarter annualized growth in the U.S., Reuters reported.

“Calculated using the so-called retail control method, sales of iPhone 5 could boost annualized GDP growth by $3.2 billion, or $12.8 billion at an annual rate,” he wrote.

Analysts at the financial services firm project that Apple will sell 8 million iPhone 5s in the fourth quarter, each with an expected sales price of around $600, according to Reuters.

With $200 in discounted import component costs, the U.S. government can include $400 per phone into its GDP for the fourth quarter, the agency said.

Feroli added that his estimate for annualized growth should be met with some skepticism, as it “seems fairly large,” but emphasized that “recent evidence is consistent with this projection.”

He pointed to the iPhone 4S’s strong sales — which outperformed expectations — when it launched last October.
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Old 09-18-2012, 08:26 PM   #50
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It's not a bad thing. Economic analysts have been projecting that the iphone 5 would help boost the economy quite a bit...
And they are idiots.

In reality, it is either a SLIGHT positive(negligible) or more likely a NEGATIVE due to the fact that a large amount of that money goes to only two places. Apple's cash reserves and China.

The ONLY way it adds to the economy even slightly is if people are spending out of saving on the iPhone (and they weren't planning to buy a new phone anytime soon).. otherwise that money would have been spent regardless, and likely in a way where the money would be spread around and go back into more spending.

This is all based on one note from one guy who made huge assumptions and didn't look at the bigger picture. If you look online there are plenty of economists who have debunked this already. BUT that's not what people want to hear so it isn't as popular.
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Old 09-18-2012, 09:02 PM   #51
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I've got the same types of services with Google as well as on my own NAS at home.
Good for you.

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What if we don't want all of the additional services?
Then you can sell monitoring and sales of your behavior to Google. Looks like that's working out for you already.

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What if we just want the device to work like every other device we have?
Who is "we" exactly? Everything seems fine over here. Maybe you should think before acquiring incompatible hardware next time.
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Old 09-18-2012, 09:03 PM   #52
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And they are idiots.

In reality, it is either a SLIGHT positive(negligible) or more likely a NEGATIVE due to the fact that a large amount of that money goes to only two places. Apple's cash reserves and China.

The ONLY way it adds to the economy even slightly is if people are spending out of saving on the iPhone (and they weren't planning to buy a new phone anytime soon).. otherwise that money would have been spent regardless, and likely in a way where the money would be spread around and go back into more spending.

This is all based on one note from one guy who made huge assumptions and didn't look at the bigger picture. If you look online there are plenty of economists who have debunked this already. BUT that's not what people want to hear so it isn't as popular.
I suppose that stock growth hasn't done anything for anyone over the past 10 years or so, right?
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Old 09-18-2012, 09:36 PM   #53
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I suppose that stock growth hasn't done anything for anyone over the past 10 years or so, right?
Come on dude? Get realistic. This entire "report" is based on the assumption that NONE of these people would have bought a new phone anyway AND that they are paying for it from savings instead of by NOT SPENDING the money elsewhere. Go on and believe that it's going to be a GENUINE boost for the economy. It's ludicrous and no serious economist who takes the time to look at the big picture will agree with you but if it makes you feel good, fine.
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And they are idiots.

In reality, it is either a SLIGHT positive(negligible) or more likely a NEGATIVE due to the fact that a large amount of that money goes to only two places. Apple's cash reserves and China.

The ONLY way it adds to the economy even slightly is if people are spending out of saving on the iPhone (and they weren't planning to buy a new phone anytime soon).. otherwise that money would have been spent regardless, and likely in a way where the money would be spread around and go back into more spending.

This is all based on one note from one guy who made huge assumptions and didn't look at the bigger picture. If you look online there are plenty of economists who have debunked this already. BUT that's not what people want to hear so it isn't as popular.
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Come on dude? Get realistic. This entire "report" is based on the assumption that NONE of these people would have bought a new phone anyway AND that they are paying for it from savings instead of by NOT SPENDING the money elsewhere. Go on and believe that it's going to be a GENUINE boost for the economy. It's ludicrous and no serious economist who takes the time to look at the big picture will agree with you but if it makes you feel good, fine.
Kyle is 100% accurate. Consumers have no more spending power than before. All they are doing is itemizing Apples share of it.
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Come on dude? Get realistic. This entire "report" is based on the assumption that NONE of these people would have bought a new phone anyway AND that they are paying for it from savings instead of by NOT SPENDING the money elsewhere. Go on and believe that it's going to be a GENUINE boost for the economy. It's ludicrous and no serious economist who takes the time to look at the big picture will agree with you but if it makes you feel good, fine.
I'll take the fact that the report about the economy being boosted is BS. I wasn't talking about that. I was talking about this:



In response to your comment about "all the money goes to china or corporate cash reserves."
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Old 09-19-2012, 07:40 AM   #57
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Awesome sarcastic slams on the features(or lack thereof) on the iPhone5...

10 Ways Android still beats the iPhone5

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Apple may be patting itself on the back over its move from a 3.5-inch to a 4-inch display, but in the smartphone size race, the iPhone 5 trails the field by a wide margin.

Congratulations iPhone 5 users! You now get an extra row of icons that you didn't have with the iPhone 4 and 4S. That means you can see your TweetDeck icon and tap on it without scrolling over. The Times Square billboard writes itself: "iPhone 5: Now with More Icons!"

Apple doesn't gamble on immature technologies so perhaps its understandable that the company has yet to include this new-fangled thing called "email attachments" on its iPhone 5.

Instead of MasterCard's Tap and Pay, you'll be using tap and pray as you rap your fingers on a table and hope that Apple provides NFC support on the iPhone 6 in 2013.

So what happens when you plug the iPhone 5 into your PC? You get access the digital camera (DCIM) folder only so all you can do is drag and drop pictures. Yes, you can iTunes to transfer media files back and forth, but you still can't go directly into file system because Apple just doesn't trust you enough to let you see the folders on the iPhone 5 that you bought from them. Whose phone is it anyway?

With the iPhone 5, you can have any keyboard you want as long as its the stock iOS 6 keyboard.

Why not just use micro USB like every other company? Then you couldn't make a mint selling proprietary wires and making every iPhone 4S owner that upgrades buy new accessories, because older iPhones had an even larger proprietary dock connector.

The default Safari browser and iOS photo gallery apps can only share to Facebook, Twitter, Email and messaging. Google, Flickr, Pinterest, Google Talk, and any of 100 other services need not apply.
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Then you can sell monitoring and sales of your behavior to Google. Looks like that's working out for you already.


You think Apple doesn't do market analytics using your cloud-stored data?



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Who is "we" exactly? Everything seems fine over here. Maybe you should think before acquiring incompatible hardware next time.
"We" would be those of us that don't want the invasiveness of Apple's software practices. Based on this thread alone, that would be more people than just "me".

As for how I "acquired" the device, apparently you didn't bother to read.
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Sure. That's Apple's Mobile Device Driver. Go to Programs and Features, and uninstall Apple Mobile Device Support and Apple Application Support entries. That will uninstall the service that monitors USB for when you plug in your device so that it can spring iTunes out of the bushes like a damn burglar. That type of behavior pisses me off..
Hey Fish,

Is there an app I can get for my iPad that will let me browse SMB or NFS shares on my home NAS and download files?
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Is there an app I can get for my iPad that will let me browse SMB or NFS shares on my home NAS and download files?
Yeah sure. There's lots of ways to do that. Depending on your NAS, you may be able to do that directly from the web browser. Put the IP of you NAS in the web browser.

A better solution, that would offer ease of transferring files to and from, would be an app like Filebrowser. That will let you save to and from the iPad easily. I use this app on occasion, and it's pretty handy. It has templates for connecting to different devices like WinPC, OSX, Linux, NAS, etc.

It also lets you attach any file and send it as an attachment from the iPad. Which is a really handy feature since you can't do that natively. Select any file from the iPad's Home folder, or from your NAS once that's connected, click on the file where it has a little (>) arrow, and a dropdown appears where you can attach that file in an e-mail.

You can even forward a port through your router, and have that available away from home. So you could access your home NAS from work and such.
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