rockstar, 19 Sep 2012gsmarena i dont know how much you got money in order to make iphone famous you put iphone 5 by... morei feel pitty for you really claiming that gsmarena is fake why are you jealous by the way that the iphone 5 is much much better than the s3 ??? just tell me dont be shy really
Does iPhone 5 really have the Finger print scan system to unlock it ?
I think Apple managed to sell 2 million iPhone 5s because people love them. Not everyone cares about how many gigahertz processor you have or what is amount of ram. It's purely about end user experience.
i bought the s3 since two months now, the first month it was working great but when i started downloading alot of games such as fifa and gta3 it started to be much slower and the home button is not as responsive as before and sometimes the game force closes so im really upset :( i spent too much money on it and this is what I get in return .... written from my s3
gsmarena i dont know how much you got money in order to make iphone famous you put iphone 5 by daily interest as 96% which is totally fake.....apple is big looser
In my though, Apple has to go in dark room and think about OS. I should say hardware is good, everyone has now a days. but the OS support is very limited. Simple things,
You can't upload photos, videos, song without connecting to itunes. WHY?
If you want to upload pictures copied/updated by dropbox/google drive etc, you have very limited. as these files are not accessible. WHY?
Bluetooth is improved, but does it support data share? if No, WHY?
WHY they introduced nano sim??? DOES Micro sim or normal sim will make it very big???
L3inad, 19 Sep 2012xllent explanation there, cant argue with that. So iOS 6's multitasking is limited as you were... moreNo, not limited. Different approach. Whatever you need to do on Android simultaneously, can be done on iPhone as well. How it is done behind the scenes is the only difference. The iPhone approach is similar to what Audi is doing now with their cars, V8 engines are now being replace with V6, and V6 replaced with 4 cylinder in the new models, yet the performance increases instead. This is due to engineering and optimization and is an approach that I like very much.
the design of this phone is very beautiful,,,i love apple iphones soo much
Just to let y'all know, whilst the iPhone 5 is probably a decent phone, you can get a helluva lot more for a helluva lot less: HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S3 are both cheaper by around £20 at least and are vastly superior phones, both in terms of benchmarking results, app cost and screen size, the S3 has an SD card slot and 50GB dropbox whilst the One X has ~30GB on board memory and 25GB dropbox.
Like I said, iPhones are not BAD by any means, they are fantastically reliable and look very nice, they are just madly overpriced for a phone that isn't even top of the range, especially considering the horribly limited customisation of a device that you pay £500+ for.
iphone 5 only because of its LOGOS and popularity and nothing special.
Anonymous, 19 Sep 2012On iOS 6, yes, iPhone 4S will get same features, it will be like an SGS2 getting an ICS update... morexllent explanation there, cant argue with that. So iOS 6's multitasking is limited as you were saying, music while web browsing or checking messages? These features were done by old phones ex. sony ericsson, nokia...
Nowadays most ppl needs more features specially in multitasking area, additional or upgraded tech in our new phone, not limiting users or consumers and expansion.
Apple did a good job on iOS without a doubt, interface is far better compared to android. Only thing holding me back to get an iphone is being a 'Limited' phone. Its a good looking phone but less tech inside (ex. no NFC nor radio,). Some new phones supports wireless charging.
Im used to looking at my phone with news, weather or update on families/friends straight away (widgets) without opening different apps just to view them all. Android do this and its good for me and Nokia might release a much better one (920).
Anonymous, 19 Sep 2012OMG Iphone sold 2mil pre-orders....
Meanwhile in NYSE...Apple Shares fall
http://www.fud... moreWow what kind of shoddy website is this? Not even a single supporting number.
Check the real finance websites. Apple shares hit USD700 for the first time in history, its highest price ever.
A few links:
1. CNN Money
Lesson: Do your homework.
GO APPLE, 19 Sep 2012 Jelly Bean vs iOS 6 :):):):) :) :) :) :DIOS 6 is the best.
OMG Iphone sold 2mil pre-orders....
Meanwhile in NYSE...Apple Shares fall
Anonymous, 19 Sep 2012Just to let y'all know, whilst the iPhone 5 is probably a decent phone, you can get a helluva ... moreSince everyone has SGS3 on Android with their record sales, do Android fans call SGS3 users the sheep of the Android world?
Popular is just popular. That's it. Sometimes popular is because something is good. Sometimes popular is because of image. Sometimes, its just a mixture of both.
No point generalising, if you notice, the comment sections have taken a more intellectual tone, and people prefer arguing respectfully, regardless of Android or iOS fans. Why be a troll.
L3inad, 19 Sep 2012As i've read somewhere... 4S will be getting iOS 6..so same app features as iphone 5?
How a... moreOn iOS 6, yes, iPhone 4S will get same features, it will be like an SGS2 getting an ICS update. If someone already has an SGS2, maybe there is less incentive to upgrade to SGS3, however, some may upgrade for the hardware improvements etc. Same with iPhone 5.
The multitasking on iOS vs Android isnt better on either side, merely different philosophy or approach. Practically, there is not much difference. iPhone goes the efficiency route, by using a suspension system, prioritizing the active app, while freezing others. It also allows simultaneous multitasking on certain apps, such as music while web browsing etc. The iPhone approach maximises battery life, while making system wide approach to software.
The Android approach is traditional multitasking which is basically simultaneous running of apps, regardless of active or in the background. While potentially draining on battery, Android ecosystem overcomes this through their philosophy of bigger batteries and higher CPU requirement to compensate.
In the end, while people debate endlessly on the theoretical aspects, to the end user, the effect is basically the same. One is using a smaller engine, but fine tuning it and the other is using muscle and bigger engines without having to optimise so much. If both cars get similar acceleration and speed, then the debate again becomes a theoretical exercise, and the preference is merely one of efficiency over power.
Hope this helps.