iPhone 5 – Magical and Revolutionary!

Here’s some highlights about the iPhone 5!

iPhone 5 comes with 4-inch 1136×640 pixel screen! Revolutionary!

At 1136×640, it will let you see things in clear, retina display with 326ppi, still one of the higest pixels-per-inch among smartphones.

Of course, you won’t be able to watch anything in full HD. If you need to watch REAL 720P HD YouTube videos or movies, just borrow your friend’s Galaxy S3!

It’s super-thin at 7.6mm it’s MAGICAL! Just like many other Android smartphones on the market. You no longer have to feel like carrying a brick!
You can finally carry a phone that’s thin like a Galaxy S3!

4G LTE? Yes, 4G LTE is finally here for iPhone users! REVOLUTIONARY!

It’s been exactly a year and a half since HTC Thunderbolt came out with the first 4G LTE phone on Verizon. Now, it’s available for your iPhone 5!

Of course, don’t forget that 4G LTE may be banned soon while you use it as Samsung is going to sue soon.

NFC? No NFC support for iPhone 5. You will have to wait at least another year for that just like you did with 4G LTE.

While you watch your friends check out at groceries, restaurants, and gas stations with NFC instantly and enjoy the future already, you can keep carrying your iPhone 5 along with your wallet full of plastics.

No worries, we all know you like being LAST, getting things at least a year behind everyone else.

If you expect the latest iPhone 5 to have anything new, you were probably expecting a little too much, you know what you are getting into when you bought an iPhone.

You will be stuck with an outdated iOS 6, no widgets and background animations for many more years.

“Hey, they’ve got bills to pay and people to sue, innovating is the last thing iPhone 5 needs right now.”

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