Rush Limbaugh: People Are Depressed About The iPhone 5

Rush Limbaugh: People Are Depressed About The iPhone 5

“Everybody’s convinced they know what it’s gonna be, and it’s like Santa Claus.”

You gotta give it to Rush Limbaugh; at least he’s candid. During his radio show today, he decided to talk about Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5. According to emails from his listeners, people are “depressed about the new iPhone.” Why? Because we already know everything about it! The 4-inch screen, LTE, slimmer design — it’s all just meh.

From today’s transcript:

I’m not kidding.  I got people e-mailing me, being depressed about the new iPhone.  I kid you not.  Well, I’ll tell you why.  It’s because apparently everything is known about what it’s gonna be, and that’s like taking Santa Claus out of Christmas for people.  Apple’s big announcement is on Wednesday, and everybody thinks they know what the phone’s gonna be.  It’s gonna be a four-inch screen. It’s gonna have LTE, 4G LTE in it, it’s gonna have whatever, people know it.  It’s not a new design.  It looks exactly like the current phone, a little thinner. It looks just like the current phone, just a half-inch longer.  But no wider.  It’s gonna have a bigger screen but nothing on that screen is gonna be bigger.  There’s just gonna be more space on the screen and the Apple fanboys are all depressed that they’re losing to Samsung, even though Apple just creamed ‘em in court, ’cause Samsung phones have a bigger screen.

But seriously, Limbaugh does have a point: rumors can tend to kill expectations. It happens every year like clockwork. The rumor mill goes into full swing and basically everything about an upcoming product is leaked. People then start complaining that Apple won’t “surprise” us or make something cool enough. Then Apple sells bazillions of whatever it makes and the cycle starts over again.

News flash: Apple doesn’t have to radically change a device’s design every year. That wouldn’t be Apple. See, Apple is about refinement. You don’t get the iPhone’s brilliant simplicity and ease of use by releasing every kind of phone under the sun. Leave that kind of behavior to Samsung.

The good news is that this year’s iPhone 5 does actually look to be pretty different, so hang tight until Wednesday.

  • Len Williams

    Calm down, take a breath, and wait until the iPhone is released before you start complaining about it. Then you can kvetch to your heart’s content on what it actually is or isn’t, what it does or doesn’t do, etc.

  • Marc Negron

    I never thought, and this is really weird saying this, that I’d agree with a thing that this guy says. To be honest at least this time he does have a point.
    UGH

  • Bob Smogango

    well, it looks like we know SOME of it, but they haven’t released it yet.

  • Wirehedd

    Why would anyone in the world give a rat’s ass what a loser, junkie, lecherous, lying douchebag like this has to say? This asshat knows about as much about smartphones as he does about being honest and faithful. He’s scum. He’s a sophistry machine that would make Geobbels blush.

    NEXT!

    Just putting that slime on the site lowers CoM’s credibility by vast amounts.

  • patstar5

    Apple could be filling us with this next iPhone. Maybe they planned it that way and will launch a totally different iPhone design than the rumors have pointed out. I doubt it though. I just think that because I don’t want to believe that apple has lost… But they have so it’s probably time to switch to wp8 or android

  • Ronald Stepp

    The difference this year is that people look at what they know about the upcoming iPhone 5, and then they look at all the new Android phones that are out, and they think.. “WTF? Apple isn’t going to do anything that the other guys haven’t already had out for a couple years?! Where the heck is the feature(s) that makes me want to get an iphone over phones already on the market?”

    See, this year Apple isn’t the only kid on the block with a shiny new toy that nobody else has.

  • CharilaosMulder

    Oh call me a fandroid! bigger is better! more bits and clock cycles, hell yeah that’s all that matters! fuck usability, fuck the fact that the iOS has the worlds best mobile applications, fuck the ones who say that plastic is gay!

    The good news? We’re not all like that.

  • Tallest_Skil

    To be honest at least this time he does have a point.

    Really? So what processor does it have? How fast? How much RAM? What is the camera resolution? What is the FaceTime camera resolution? How fast is the LTE? How many bands does it support? How long does the battery last? What is the screen resolution? How much does it cost? What hardware-specific software features does it have that others won’t be getting?

    Oh, and the big one: WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE DEVICE?!

    We know absolutely nothing about it. Come off it.

  • Fabio Papa

    I’m definitely not a conspiracy theorist, but it seems to me like Apple is “allowing” these leaks. It’s masterful, actually; this way they get to spread a product announcement over several months! Why would they ever want to put the kabash on that? It’s a page taken right out of Machiavelli’s The Prince: let the good news out slowly in bits and pieces. Regardless of whether Apple is behind the leaks, they certainly don’t have an interest in spending huge sums in cracking down on the leaks.

  • Shane Bryson
    To be honest at least this time he does have a point.

    Really? So what processor does it have? How fast? How much RAM? What is the camera resolution? What is the FaceTime camera resolution? How fast is the LTE? How many bands does it support? How long does the battery last? What is the screen resolution? How much does it cost? What hardware-specific software features does it have that others won’t be getting?

    Oh, and the big one: WHAT IS THE NAME OF THE DEVICE?!

    We know absolutely nothing about it. Come off it.

    Actually we know a lot about what you just pointed out.

    The processor will be a speed bumped A series processor.
    Probably around a 1GHZ to a 1.2GHz Processor.

    More than likely 1Gb of RAM.

    The camera hasn’t been the center of attention so I can’t tell you anything I have read but I am willing to bet its a 10 Megapixel camera.

    The Facetime camera will be the same.

    LTE speeds depend on the carrier.
    The same bands as before with a few more regional carrier bands.

    The battery is a guessing game.

    Developers have confirmed a 1136 x 640 screen resolution coded into iOS 6 which confirms the elongated screen we have been thinking it will have.

    Cost stays the same on every single iPhone. The entry level Gb (more than likely 16) will be $200 and then increase in $100 increments up the Gb line.

    Probably will have NFC technology built in and have software specific features built around that.

    And Apple basically laughed at us all and pretty much confirmed it will be called iPhone 5.

    So as you can see, a lot of this is just common sense when looking at past releases and current phones on the market.

  • Brianna Wu

    With all respect, COM. How can you say, “Rumors can tend to kill expectations. It happens every year like clockwork. The rumor mill goes into full swing and basically everything about an upcoming product is leaked. People then start complaining that Apple won’t “surprise” us or make something cool enough.”

    Don’t you make a living spreading said rumors? I love your site, but – let’s all be honest about which side of our bread gets buttered. ^^

  • Tallest_Skil

    Actually we know a lot about what you just pointed out.

    Do we, now?

    The processor will be a speed bumped A series processor.

    Do we know that? High probability, but we don’t know.

    Probably around a 1GHZ to a 1.2GHz Processor.

    But we don’t KNOW.

    More than likely 1Gb of RAM.

    But we don’t KNOW.

    The camera hasn’t been the center of attention so I can’t tell you anything I have read but I am willing to bet its a 10 Megapixel camera.

    But we don’t KNOW. Megapixels are meaningless.

    The FaceTime camera will be the same.

    But we don’t KNOW.

    LTE speeds depend on the carrier.

    And we don’t know those speeds.

    The same bands as before with a few more regional carrier bands.

    And we don’t know those bands.

    The battery is a guessing game.

    So… we don’t KNOW.

    Developers have confirmed a 1136 x 640 screen resolution coded into iOS 6

    Have they, now? They’ve also “confirmed” an iPhone 6,1; 7,1; 8,1; 9,1; and Apple TV 4,1; 5,1; etc… These were faked by Apple to poke fun at the fact that we’ve used internal numbering in the past to see new products. But maybe we “KNOW” and they’re releasing five new iPhones.

    Cost stays the same on every single iPhone.

    Do we KNOW that? Even the iPhone 3GS? Why would they not lower the price of the iPhone 4/S?

    The entry level Gb (more than likely 16) will be $200 and then increase in $100 increments up the Gb line.

    Oh, so we KNOW that.

    Probably will have NFC technology built in and have software specific features built around that.

    But. We. Don’t. KNOW.

    And Apple basically laughed at us all and pretty much confirmed it will be called iPhone 5.

    But. We. Don’t. KNOW.

    So as you can see, a lot of this is just common sense when looking at past releases and current phones on the market.

    So as you can see, you know absolutely nothing about the device whatsoever and are making a fool of yourself.

  • Shane Bryson
    Actually we know a lot about what you just pointed out.

    Do we, now?

    The processor will be a speed bumped A series processor.

    Do we know that? High probability, but we don’t know.

    Probably around a 1GHZ to a 1.2GHz Processor.

    But we don’t KNOW.

    More than likely 1Gb of RAM.

    But we don’t KNOW.

    The camera hasn’t been the center of attention so I can’t tell you anything I have read but I am willing to bet its a 10 Megapixel camera.

    But we don’t KNOW. Megapixels are meaningless.

    The FaceTime camera will be the same.

    But we don’t KNOW.

    LTE speeds depend on the carrier.

    And we don’t know those speeds.

    The same bands as before with a few more regional carrier bands.

    And we don’t know those bands.

    The battery is a guessing game.

    So… we don’t KNOW.

    Developers have confirmed a 1136 x 640 screen resolution coded into iOS 6

    Have they, now? They’ve also “confirmed” an iPhone 6,1; 7,1; 8,1; 9,1; and Apple TV 4,1; 5,1; etc… These were faked by Apple to poke fun at the fact that we’ve used internal numbering in the past to see new products. But maybe we “KNOW” and they’re releasing five new iPhones.

    Cost stays the same on every single iPhone.

    Do we KNOW that? Even the iPhone 3GS? Why would they not lower the price of the iPhone 4/S?

    The entry level Gb (more than likely 16) will be $200 and then increase in $100 increments up the Gb line.

    Oh, so we KNOW that.

    Probably will have NFC technology built in and have software specific features built around that.

    But. We. Don’t. KNOW.

    And Apple basically laughed at us all and pretty much confirmed it will be called iPhone 5.

    But. We. Don’t. KNOW.

    So as you can see, a lot of this is just common sense when looking at past releases and current phones on the market.

    So as you can see, you know absolutely nothing about the device whatsoever and are making a fool of yourself.

    Well thanks for your input but a lot of what you just said, was basically just you trying to argue semantics and you were the one making the fool of yourself. Especially where I pointed out pricing.

    Apple will drop the 3Gs from it’s line up of retail devices. We have seen this is reports of if being dropped from AT&T’s inventory. Every single iPhone has gone the exact same way. The predecessor moves to the $100 point and the new iPhone starts at $200 and moves up in $100 increments. LTE speeds are not dependent on device, they are dependent on carrier and region. You can use the link I have included to see that…

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/254888/3g4g_performance_map_data_speeds_for_atandt_sprint_tmobile_and_verizon.html

    I have no problem with educated debate but I can see you aren’t willing to be a part of that.

    See you Wednesday, make sure to check my list for confirmation of most every single feature I mentioned above.

  • The_Truth_Hurts

    “News flash: Apple doesn’t have to radically change a device’s design every year. That wouldn’t be Apple. See, Apple is about refinement. You don’t get the iPhone’s brilliant simplicity and ease of use by releasing every kind of phone under the sun. Leave that kind of behavior to Samsung.”

    Apple is about refinement. Smartphone technology has changed MASSIVELY in the past 5+ years. At first, they were just a “phone”. Now they are a “tablet”. Check your email, check facebook, check calendar, look at photos, listen to music, surf the web, video chat, take photos, watch movies, play games, the list go ones.

    Besides what stuff you can do, your Phone can be a “wi-fi router”. You can hook up multiple devices to it (mobile hotspots). You can get internet connection that gets you between 15 to 20 mpbs, which is better than a lot of people’s wired internet connection. You have NFC to share information, etc… The list goes on.

    The whole point is: The smartphone market is changing MASSIVELY. Refinement…? So you are going to “refine” something in an ever-changing market…? What “worked” 6 years ago is NOT going to work now.
    The others? The reason why they change is they constantly are working on making the best AND adapting to what is “new” in the market.

    Times change. Times change. What worked 6 years ago, may not work at all now. And in a market that is constantly changing…? refinement dosen’t cut it. There was a reason why iPhone sales dropped massively last quarter. It had NOTHING to do with the new iPhone rumors or the economy. It had to deal with the iPhone getting long in the tooth. Great phone? No doubt, but compared to the rest of the market, it’s getting left in the dust, especially with what Samsung is putting out. It’s a good phone, but adding LTE, making it longer is NOT going to cut it. The Galaxy S III already out-seated the 4S (which is quite a feat, because up till then, even in the quarter before the iPhone got “refreshed”, the iPhone was STILL the #1 seller). The Galaxy Note II is landing soon (and on all carriers), Samsung already showed of some of their Windows 8 devices and same with Nokia. (which both will be pushed onto all carriers, except for sprint). HTC will show off stuff and (also) push stuff to all carriers.

    5-6 years ago? Apple may had some competition, but nowhere near the competition they are having now. Now, to take the “crown”, you have to make the best.

    Within the last year, I have seen something happening. Something big. What is it? I have seen COUNTLESS of “average joes” going happily after Android phones (and to a small extent windows phones). I have seen COUNTLESS of very happy, very satisfied Galaxy S II, Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Nexus, HTC One X, HTC One S, HTC Titan, HTC Titan II, Droid RAZR, Droid RAZR MAXX, the list goes on. They are as thrilled as their phone as iPhone users. (Maybe not as much thrilled as the die-hard iPhone users). Average Joes and sues who are THRILLED TO HAVE AN ANDROID/WINDOWS (MOBILE) DEVICE!!!!!!!

    And I have seen NUMEROUS iPhone/non-iPhone users who went into X or Y store to get an iPhone and walked out with a non-iPhone. And NO it had NOTHING to do with the store forcing Windows/Android down their throat. They walked in, checked the iPhone out, compared it to the other phones, and found out how the other phones just stomped all over the iPhone. Yes, average joes and sues finding out how better the other phones over the iPhone.

    From my observations the only people who are picking up iPhone (still) are #1) die-hard Apple users who NEVER will check out something non-Apple and #2) people who go pick up an iPhone and don’t look at anything else. Everybody else? Literally, they are checking out what’s out there and walking out with the best, and over and over it’s not an iPhone.

    minor update? Won’t be enough for Apple. Apple will have to step up the game massively, if they want to keep retaining people/attract people.

  • coolman1081

    This is the second time in the last month you have quoted Rush Limbaugh…

    please stop…

  • robert_walter

    Is he on drugs again?

  • shade/ohio

    If it doesn’t have any new features it’s pointless to upgrade.

  • Tallest_Skil

    Well thanks for your input but a lot of what you just said, was basically just you trying to argue semantics and you were the one making the fool of yourself. Especially where I pointed out pricing.

    You stated we know everything about the device.
    I asked specific questions about the things we would then supposedly know if we knew anything at all about the device.
    You gave answers with no proof, no evidence, and no finality.
    I called your answers out as such, giving proof thereof.
    You claim you were not wrong.

    Shut up.

    Apple will drop the 3Gs from it’s line up of retail devices.

    What of the rumor of the $250 unsubsidized model? While I agree with you (in the US), our country is not the only one on the planet.

    Every single iPhone has gone the exact same way. The predecessor moves to the $100 point and the new iPhone starts at $200 and moves up in $100 increments.

    Ah, but one can be tripped up on that.

    LTE speeds are not dependent on device, they are dependent on carrier and region.

    So the iPhone 3G can get data as fast as the iPhone 4S? Interesting, if wrong.

    I have no problem with educated debate but I can see you aren’t willing to be a part of that.

    Indeed, you’re not.

    See you Wednesday, make sure to check my list for confirmation of most every single feature I mentioned above.

    And once again you’ve proven you know absolutely nothing about the device whatsoever, despite claiming otherwise earlier.

  • MacHead84

    Rush is SPOT ON THE MONEY! Anyone saying we dont know the RAM is out of the minds in stupidity if you think the MASS PUBLIC gives a hoot about that. When it comes to the BIG REVEAL, RAM Processors and Mega Pixels mean NOTHING!

    Apple, knows its too. Theres no event anticipation for anyone who doesnt slobber on tech sites 8 hours a day. Techy bloggers think the rest of the world is like them……news flash ITS NOT.

    The FORM FACTOR and NEW FEATURES are what intrigue the mass public. Leaks do nothing but hurt the product. Steve knew it, Tim knows it, even RUSH knows it…..but sadly these commenters dont.

    The only excitement left to be drummed up is for a potential iPad mini….guess why… I KNOW I KNOW!!!! CUS WE HAVENT ALREADY SEEN IT!

  • JFKilshae

    I wonder how big his endorsement fee from “the other guys” was on that one. People often make the mistake of considering his show to be genuine editorial. In the case of current affairs it’s basically words shaped by the agenda of his sponsors. Pointless and irrelevant drivel from a guy only paid any attention because of his notoriously moronic gaffs

  • hanhothi

    If the rumours are true the this is yet more evolution and not revolution, both for the iPhone and iOS6. 16:9 screen ratio? Nothing on the screen bigger? Well, I don’t want to watch movies on my phone thanks (which is the only advantage that screen ratio gives) so Apple can keep it!.

  • SevanGrim

    Alex…. dont ever say Rush Limbaugh and “Right” in the same sentence again. Thats how babies die.

  • Shane Bryson
    Well thanks for your input but a lot of what you just said, was basically just you trying to argue semantics and you were the one making the fool of yourself. Especially where I pointed out pricing.

    You stated we know everything about the device.
    I asked specific questions about the things we would then supposedly know if we knew anything at all about the device.
    You gave answers with no proof, no evidence, and no finality.
    I called your answers out as such, giving proof thereof.
    You claim you were not wrong.

    Shut up.

    Apple will drop the 3Gs from it’s line up of retail devices.

    What of the rumor of the $250 unsubsidized model? While I agree with you (in the US), our country is not the only one on the planet.

    Every single iPhone has gone the exact same way. The predecessor moves to the $100 point and the new iPhone starts at $200 and moves up in $100 increments.

    Ah, but one can be tripped up on that.

    LTE speeds are not dependent on device, they are dependent on carrier and region.

    So the iPhone 3G can get data as fast as the iPhone 4S? Interesting, if wrong.

    I have no problem with educated debate but I can see you aren’t willing to be a part of that.

    Indeed, you’re not.

    See you Wednesday, make sure to check my list for confirmation of most every single feature I mentioned above.

    And once again you’ve proven you know absolutely nothing about the device whatsoever, despite claiming otherwise earlier.

    Ok, first of all, you are going to feel really dumb when the 3Gs is dropped completely. Why would Apple continue to make a 3 1/2 year old phone when it can easily drop it and keep the iPhone 4 in it’s place? It’s already been dropped from inventory. There are multiple screen shots of inventories lists all over the world in Google images. Google is your friend :)

    You were the one who claimed me wrong on the price, but now you say you agree? Hmm…

    When did I ever say ANYTHING about the 3G getting the same speed as the 4S? Are you drunk? I said LTE speeds are carrier and regional dependent. Of course the 3G wouldn’t be included in that, or the 4S, as they are not LTE capable devices.

    So please, tell me, where have I been proven wrong? I would LOVE you to point that out in a manner that doesn’t make you look like a complete idiot!?

  • shade/ohio
    With all respect, COM. How can you say, “Rumors can tend to kill expectations. It happens every year like clockwork. The rumor mill goes into full swing and basically everything about an upcoming product is leaked. People then start complaining that Apple won’t “surprise” us or make something cool enough.”

    Don’t you make a living spreading said rumors? I love your site, but – let’s all be honest about which side of our bread gets buttered. ^^

    Hey there :) where u from ?

  • bfizzzle

    semantics? i dont think he was arguing about the way things were said, or the wording.. it was the fact that people dont actually knows for sure?

    Actually we know a lot about what you just pointed out.

    Do we, now?

    The processor will be a speed bumped A series processor.

    Do we know that? High probability, but we don’t know.

    Probably around a 1GHZ to a 1.2GHz Processor.

    But we don’t KNOW.

    More than likely 1Gb of RAM.

    But we don’t KNOW.

    The camera hasn’t been the center of attention so I can’t tell you anything I have read but I am willing to bet its a 10 Megapixel camera.

    But we don’t KNOW. Megapixels are meaningless.

    The FaceTime camera will be the same.

    But we don’t KNOW.

    LTE speeds depend on the carrier.

    And we don’t know those speeds.

    The same bands as before with a few more regional carrier bands.

    And we don’t know those bands.

    The battery is a guessing game.

    So… we don’t KNOW.

    Developers have confirmed a 1136 x 640 screen resolution coded into iOS 6

    Have they, now? They’ve also “confirmed” an iPhone 6,1; 7,1; 8,1; 9,1; and Apple TV 4,1; 5,1; etc… These were faked by Apple to poke fun at the fact that we’ve used internal numbering in the past to see new products. But maybe we “KNOW” and they’re releasing five new iPhones.

    Cost stays the same on every single iPhone.

    Do we KNOW that? Even the iPhone 3GS? Why would they not lower the price of the iPhone 4/S?

    The entry level Gb (more than likely 16) will be $200 and then increase in $100 increments up the Gb line.

    Oh, so we KNOW that.

    Probably will have NFC technology built in and have software specific features built around that.

    But. We. Don’t. KNOW.

    And Apple basically laughed at us all and pretty much confirmed it will be called iPhone 5.

    But. We. Don’t. KNOW.

    So as you can see, a lot of this is just common sense when looking at past releases and current phones on the market.

    So as you can see, you know absolutely nothing about the device whatsoever and are making a fool of yourself.

    Well thanks for your input but a lot of what you just said, was basically just you trying to argue semantics and you were the one making the fool of yourself. Especially where I pointed out pricing.

    Apple will drop the 3Gs from it’s line up of retail devices. We have seen this is reports of if being dropped from AT&T’s inventory. Every single iPhone has gone the exact same way. The predecessor moves to the $100 point and the new iPhone starts at $200 and moves up in $100 increments. LTE speeds are not dependent on device, they are dependent on carrier and region. You can use the link I have included to see that…

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/254888/3g4g_performance_map_data_speeds_for_atandt_sprint_tmobile_and_verizon.html

    I have no problem with educated debate but I can see you aren’t willing to be a part of that.

    See you Wednesday, make sure to check my list for confirmation of most every single feature I mentioned above.

  • Tallest_Skil

    Ok, first of all, you are going to feel really dumb when the 3Gs is dropped completely.

    Not in the slightest; I personally believe that’s what’s happening.

    WE CANNOT KNOW THAT.

    Why would Apple continue to make a 3 1/2 year old phone when it can easily drop it and keep the iPhone 4 in it’s place?

    Because they continued to make it for a year beyond what the rumor mill expected in the first place and have even given it software that they then didn’t give to even NEWER hardware. Also because the entire world is not the United States.

    It’s already been dropped from inventory.

    That certainly explains why I can go buy one right now. How are they registering those sales?

    You were the one who claimed me wrong on the price, but now you say you agree?

    Claimed you wrong where? You cannot know the price.

    When did I ever say ANYTHING about the 3G getting the same speed as the 4S?

    Where you claimed that the speed of telephony was not dependent on the phone, but rather the towers surrounding it. Claiming that is ludicrous, regardless of the generation in question. Of course the hardware in the phone matters.

    So please, tell me, where have I been proven wrong?

    In every instance where you cannot go to Apple.com, link to a page, and on it is the answer to a question asked. In essence, every question that I have asked you. You know absolutely nothing. Period.

  • ddevito

    I’m pretty sure Rush owns a Droid

  • Jack Gnasty

    I wonder how big his endorsement fee from “the other guys” was on that one. People often make the mistake of considering his show to be genuine editorial. In the case of current affairs it’s basically words shaped by the agenda of his sponsors. Pointless and irrelevant drivel from a guy only paid any attention because of his notoriously moronic gaffs

    LOL! That’s why 20+Million listeners a day tune in. Why waste your time with comments that make you look silly and simply state you disagree with his point of view or not comment at all?

  • Jack Gnasty

    Quite the discussion on the 3GS… Usually Apple drops the 4th oldest version due to economies of scale. They loose the value in mass production and thus discontinued. The number of markets that Apple is selling to is different from a year ago and there might be a demand sizeable enough to continue 3GS production. That’s simply something the bean counters at Applewill be deciding.

    The only thing anyone needs to remember when considering Apple’s decisions is that there is always a very good reason behind it. Precedent or tradition is not really one of them.

  • Tallest_Skil

    Quite the discussion on the 3GS… Usually Apple drops the 4th oldest version due to economies of scale.

    No, there is no “usually”, there is no “4th oldest”. This is the first time they have ever sold three years’ worth of device at once.

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