Students react to iPhone 5 release
Announced on September 12, Apple’s latest phone sports a larger screen, LTE connectivity and a new, proprietary “lightning” port. Is this iPhone as popular with Wayland High School community members as past models have been?
I haven't been paying attention because I'm satisfied with the iPod I already have.
I'm extremely excited for the new headphones, and the new lightning chargers are really cool.
Somebody said [the iPhone 5] doesn't work with the old charger, which sounds kind of stupid. But it's an iPhone, so it's probably pretty cool anyway.
I pre-ordered two. The new design looks cool.
I don't prefer iPhones because I like physical QWERTY keyboards.
I think they haven't done enough to keep up with the current market. There are other bigger screens, and because they're changing the connector, old equipment won't work.
I'm not very impressed with it. I'm pretty sure it's just slightly larger, and that's barely an improvement.
David RockermannEnglish Teacher
I don't own one, and I don't really know anything about the new one. It really has no impact on my life. I do like the idea of a bigger screen because I own a smaller Android phone.