iPhone 5 rumor roundup for week ending May 13


There’s only one possible answer. "Easy, to lock you in." He forgot the "price extortion" part here.

"Capitalism and competition be damned, this is about profit margins, and that is exactly what Apple and Intel want," Demerjian writes. "That is why you will get Thunderbolt, not USB3 or Mini-Displayport on the iPhone 5, and you will pay dearly for it."

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