iPhone 5: Did Apple Forget a Feature You Wanted?

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Apple ( AAPL) unveiled its iPhone 5 yesterday, but consumers appear to have a muted first take on the new smartphone.

There are a slew of new features in the phone, including a 4-inch screen, 4G capability, a new processor, and better camera, just to name a few. Despite all that, many consumers were expecting more from the $600 billion+ tech titan in the latest iPhone.

A large part of the disappointment is that past iPhone's have been revolutionary, not evolutionary, up until the iPhone 4. Even still, record number of iPhones have been sold with each new release, indicating that initial reaction is not the same as final reaction.

iPhone 5: What's New

TheStreet wants to know what features the iPhone 5 should have had. Vote in our poll and the results will be up Monday, and don't forget to post in the comments section below about all the cool features that Tim Cook and the wizards at Apple let you down on this time around the iPhone product cycle.


Apple unveiled the iPhone 5 yesterday, but some felt it left out a lot of features. What features did you want Apple to include?

Near Field Communications (NFC)
5-inch screen. 4-inches is too small for my eyes.
Facial unlock recognition
Wireless Charging
Something else

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-- Written by Chris Ciaccia in New York

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