Saturday, February 9, 2013

What price will the iPhone 4s and the iPhone 5 be during Sprint's after christmas sale?

Q. I have an open contract and am looking to upgrade to the iPhone 4s or the iPhone 5. After Christmas these places normally have huge sales on phones, and I don't know if it will be worth waiting or not for the sale. An iPhone 4s with a 2 year agreement currently is 100 dollars, and an iPhone 5 is 200 dollars. What will the go down to during the sale?

A. Theres never a sale on iPhones. And the price never goes down on an iPhone until a new model is getting ready to debut.

How much data is used on the iPhone 5 when just opening the Facebook app?
Q. How much data is used just looking at ur newfeed? Also what about other apps like twitter and so on? And is 300mb a good amount of data for the iPhone 5? Thanks

A. Best way to check that is to go to Settings-->General-->Usage-->Cellular Usage and u can see how much cellular network data u spent,good thing about it is that u can reset the numbers so u can track it however u want to :D . I'm not sure if 300mb is enough since I don't know how much time u are going to spend, and I don't use cellular unless I'm on a trip and can't find a wifi network. hope I helped

What's the difference between getting an iPhone 5 with a contract and without a contract?
Q. What's the difference between getting an iPhone 5 with a Contract and without a contract. If you get a non-contract does that just mean you do t have to pay monthly for it?

A. Non contract means that it is unlocked. That means that you can use it on any network you want to, as long as you get the right unlocked/no contract model. GSM is for GSM networks, and the CDMA model for CDMA networks.
Just make sure you know what type of network the one you want to use is. Buy this model if you want to use it on ANOTHER network OTHER than AT&T, Sprint, T Mobile, or Verizon. If u don't want to use it as a phone and just a iPod touch, then just get the iPod touch.

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