I'm sorry.

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    Trouble noob whisperer Moderator

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    Trouble, Oct 13, 2013
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    Eek!

    It's been a good long while since I've seen a BSOD, in W7 or W8 for that matter.

    I'm still running my iPhone 4S and that's been chugging along fine, although I've got mixed thoughts about iOS7.
     
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    It's nice and smooth on the 5, how is it on the 4S?`

    I'm going to skip the 5S and just wait for 6, as there doesn't appear to be any great reason for me to upgrade. My mom's getting the 5S when the contract on her shitty Windows phone runs out in January. My brother and I are a bit sad about it, really...we've had no end of fun watching her struggle with it.
     
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    It's ok, but it's not as fast as 4S was. I like the improvements to the browser, but some of the changes seem a step backwards (and there are some awful colour combos in the reminders app).

    My old iPhone 3G was essentially bricked by the last update - it just couldn't handle the last iOS released for it. It got so bad I couldn't even answer a call all of the time, as it took so long to recognise a swipe of the finger.
     
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