[deleted post]You talk nonsense the Apple environment is a lot more than any other cheap open source
Communal brands approach .
You know GS2 is a copy do not compare a high class gated community with slumps
[deleted post]Every day some Android fanboy or Samsun employee in disguise comes here, and says something like you just said, yet iPhone satisfaction is 96%, loyalty also measured above 90%, and Android nowhere near those levels, there is usually a reason for that you know.
If anything, this indicates that the iPhone's day is not only far from over, it is only beginning.
*By the way, you should look and be concerned about things in your own backyard, everything you have typed, every SMS, every action of yours has probably been secretly recorded by your Android phone, and sent off somewhere..
jaaf, 03 Dec 2011how can i solve my battery backup problem??just get a galaxys2
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Do not forget to write your own iOS.
Anonymous, 03 Dec 2011can anyone tell me what is the base price of this handset?.Full retail and two weeks waiting time
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Any one aware of when will apple sort out battery drain issue for IO5.0.1, as per early report issue still not fixed with IO5.1 as well.
What the f**k shop in Singapore selling iphone 4s at $1238 for the 32 gb version. Which is only $1088 on apple store's website. damm apple over priced.
Callum, 02 Dec 2011Flash support in browser on iPhone is non existant. It is in other phones though, hopefully w... moreHave you not read the news? Adobe discontinued flash for mobile and most websites including Youtube are moving to HTML5 (which Safari supports).
Flash will always never be on iOS - it's not the best way to interact with it. Honestly, you can't even play most flash games without those up-down-left-right keys!
Callum, 02 Dec 2011Flash support in browser on iPhone is non existant. It is in other phones though, hopefully w... moreCallum its irrelevant, flash on mobile devices is on its way out as you may know Adobe has now stopped support and development of flash for mobiles and so web developers will have to find new alternatives, plus flash on other devices for anything other than a few videos on the net and some very light flash games is rubbish so not a missed feature at all.