I have an Iphone on my hand and battery back up is horrible..i didn't expect this from TOM COOK...or is there anyway to lengthen battery life....
Anonymous, 03 Oct 2012Keep the cheap aluminum out. Do you know what the bird says? CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP!just dont buy if you dont like, if that is rooted in your brain. so simple!
Robert, 02 Oct 2012Hello anybody can tell what color is best pleasewhite
dwayne, 02 Oct 2012Rich people buy this phone,because average people ar just gonna waist their money,if I had tha... morewhy u don't apply to a financial carreer if u have a big background related to financial and how save money by buying S3 instead of Iphone 5 and buying free games??!!
iSJ5, 03 Oct 2012save the world! and keep plastic out!Keep the cheap aluminum out. Do you know what the bird says? CHEAP! CHEAP! CHEAP!
Govind, 02 Oct 2012What????? I-Phone With Bluetooth..Steve Jobe Rest In Peace...i have no idea!!! what the hell you talking about???
[deleted post]That's right! Aluminum is the cheapest material to use by some people consider as premium. Imagine, your phone has the same material as your home screen door or sliding door, boat, window frame, power lines, etc. It's cheap because it is abundant. Aluminum is
categorized as POOR metal in the periodic table.
When aluminum corrodes, it produces white powdery oxides leaving the surface scarred. Aluminum is particularly extremely sensitive to acids and leaving it exposed for few minutes produces oxidation leaving the surface damaged. Aluminum is a soft metal that falls on the same category with Lead in the periodic table.
Disappointing iPhone 5 sales shows how crappy this phone is.
Ten days with the iPhone 5 review
"The iPhone 5 is everything I expected from Apple’s next-gen iPhone, and more. It’s everything I love about the iPhone 4S, all taken to the next level, and really enhances the iPhone experience. From the taller screen to the thinner and lighter build, the iPhone 5 is something you truly have to experience for yourself to fully appreciate.
I expected a lot from the iPhone 5, and to my pleasant surprise, Apple delivered everything I expected and then some. So, why should anybody upgrade to the iPhone 5? For me, the answer became apparent from the moment I first held it in my hands."
I'm using Iphone 4 and excited that I'm given 500 bucks voucher so that I can upgrade without cost to Galaxy Note II.
But, my voucher expiry can only allow me to get Iphone 5 before expiry, and the Starhub Telco called that they can deliver Iphone 5 right to my door steps, the 64Gb version and at no cost.
Out of convenience, I agreed, as Samsung Note II is not launched in Singapore yet, and my voucher can't wait.
I merely "upgrade" at no cost to me based on Convenience, as I do not have burning desire to get the iphone 5.
Well, after receiving it, physically, yes, slightly longer and lighter.
Software wise, I think I'm not impressed nor excited at all, as what I'm getting is some minor software tweaks, just like 4.0 to 4.2 kind of upgrade.
Let's not state the obvious, as there are tonnes of reviews out there.
However, my experience had not been very pleasant.
1. It got overheated and show me a message like "overheated, please let it cool before use" can't remember the exact phrase though. This is NEW to Iphone 5, I never see this message in my Iphone 4.
2. Battery life is extremely bad. I thought my Iphone 4 is bad, but I'm left with 30% at 1400hrs, I'm full 100% charge at 0930hrs. I didn't answer call, but having 8 miss calls and some sms. that's all. Well, perhaps I got a lemon with defective battery.
As far as I'm concern, I'll be selling it away and get Note II, will never return to Apply until real innovation comes in their future phones, and not 6 rows for Iphone 6.
iDownload Blog: iPhone share rising, everyone else looks flat or down
brynn, 03 Oct 2012Apple at number 2 brandwise,,Samsung number 9. http://9to5mac.com/2012/10/02/apple-jumps-to... morei just observe that nokia, rim and yahoo is lost profit and apple rise profit so much. and i dont think if samsung reach what apple reached.
Technology Tell - I've Just About Given Up On Android: On the constant barrage of new phones speeding up obsolescence on phones barely a few months old.
"I’m sick of companies such as HTC, Motorola and Samsung releasing several variants of the the same phone every year. What’s worse is that those who buy into the hype and purchase a so-called “flagship”, device that’s outclassed only months later, run the risk of getting delayed software updates or no updates at all. Even though HTC said the One X will get Jelly Bean this month, who knows how long it’ll take for carriers to push that update through. By the way, remember that remote wipe hack that was discovered recently? It has been proven that exploit can be used against a number of phones that aren’t made by Samsung. My personal phone, the HTC Sensation is at risk, but do you think I’ll ever get a security update? I don’t."