"It's easier to use. People can pick it up, there's no learning curve. It's a very intuitive device," says Ryan Halstead, MSSU Security Services.
With the news of the new iPhone 5, you'd think he'd be excited to upgrade.
"Yeah, in time. I don't think immediately. I'll let the fever go down. I may even consider the 4G for the lower price," states Halstead.
The new iPhone 5 has been unveiled by Apple. Some of the new features include a larger screen, with another row of apps, also it has a better camera and maps. The bigger screen is what many like.
"Right now, the iPhone has a really small screen. So, a bigger screen you can do a little more. I know for some people with large hands, it'd be easier for texting," states Rachel Weaver, MSSU Freshman.
Many of the college students we talked to said the $199 price tag is still too steep.
"I'm a college student. So, I'm on a budget. It literally is going to have to tap dance across the desk in order for me to buy the iPone 5," states Molly Shumaker, MSSU Junior.
"I'd like to upgrade, but right now, I don't have a lot of money since I'm going to college," says Weaver.
What is it about our constant desire to get the latest and greatest?
"Somehow we think it's going to be easier, but if we stick with what we know, what's tried and true it's better to be a generation behind," states Halstead.
"That's the American culture. We have to have the newest thing and the latest thing. Everyone wants to be the cool kid on the block," states Colton Brandenbury, MSSU Freshman.
The new iPhone will go on sale starting September 21st. One of the most controversial thinks about the iPhone 5 is the new power cord. An adapter can be purchased to not make your existing cords obsolete. That is estimated to be around $30. Apple with start taking preorders this Friday on their website.