Anonymous, 10 Sep 2015Who sais thinness is more important than dimensions? Ah yes, Apple/media propaganda. LOL. Tot... moreUsing it daily for 1 year says so. Screen to body ratio is another metric you are trying to use to manufacture an advantage. It wont work because it doesnt mean anything in the end.
Reaper.s1000rr, 10 Sep 2015You are very confused son. Brick as in a large battery. iphone 6 might have a low screen to bo... moreWho sais thinness is more important than dimensions? Ah yes, Apple/media propaganda.
LOL. Totally lost.
Reaper.s1000rr, 10 Sep 2015You are still lost. You think numbers make UX. Until you think that way you will never underst... moreBut it is restrictive and allows for less usability. It's not as open as Android and for some people that's fine. When are you children going to realise that there are different markets for different people? iPhones aren't suitable for everyone. Android isn't suited for everyone. Windows phones are... well I dunno who would want one personally but it's their choice. I personally would never touch an Apple device again because Android is a more suitable platform for what I want to do.
Anonymous, 10 Sep 2015LOL, now we're back at the OS and blah blah. What happened to "i don't want a brick"?You are very confused son. Brick as in a large battery. iphone 6 might have a low screen to body ratio but it is thin and light. Easy to use in hand. If you think screen to body ratio is something impressive then you dont know much about phones.
Please focus, your arguments are not making any sense.
Reaper.s1000rr, 10 Sep 2015You are still lost. You think numbers make UX. Until you think that way you will never underst... moreLOL, now we're back at the OS and blah blah. What happened to "i don't want a brick"?
Anonymous, 10 Sep 2015Speaking of bricks:
http://www.androidauthority.com/phones-highest-lowest-screen-to-body-rati... moreYou are still lost. You think numbers make UX. Until you think that way you will never understand the appeal of an iPhone. Sure it might have a lower screen to body ratio but the OS in the phone is decades ahead in terms of security and reliability.
This is like explaining why people pay 350,000 usd for a Ferrari 458 Speciale when you can get a 1000hp supra for a fourth of that price.
xocomaox, 10 Sep 2015Satisfying users in all ways would be a pretentious statement. This is simply false. There are... moreNo one is exploiting anyone. The Market is fair.
If people didnt like what the iphone offers, they would not buy it. There is TONS of choice. But millions of people still buy the iphone, even at a higher price, because it simply works for them.
Again , specs dont equal performance and user satisfaction. Its all about UX, not numbers.
avno7xp, 10 Sep 2015Yes what you said is right...iphone don't need specs to run fine.But having those specs doesn'... moreNo because I dont want to carry about a brick. And 1080p on less than 5 inches? I am not using my phone with my nose.
It has everything I need. Default FDE without reduced performance, Excellent BYOD environment support and excellent customer support. Ability to push VPN settings directly to the device OTA. Proven reliability and security. Multiple radios, ability to work in pretty much any country in the world.
Camera wise, fastest camera in the world (shot to shot, startup etc.) Excellent image quality. Excellent video stabilization and quality.
UX wise, Easy to use UI. Zero lag after almost 1 year of use. Tons of quality apps. Integration with OSX. Intuitive flow.
Support wise, The best customer support in the market by a LONG margin.
There is literally nothing I want in my iphone. Nor do the millions of people who buy them. They just work. No rooting or replacing launchers required.
jtrogr, 09 Sep 2015They are the best marketing machine in the world, you have to give them credit for that.
At... moreSatisfying users in all ways would be a pretentious statement. This is simply false. There are many things the iPhone cannot satisfy and most of them involve the freedom of functionality.
People generally relate a higher price to a better product. This is a strategy that many businesses use, but you have to understand that this should not be boasted as a good thing for the consumer. It is the worst thing a business could do with their products from a consumer standpoint. The business will be the only entity that reaps the benefit of this, at the expense (quite literally) of the end user. Moving away from this mentality is the best thing consumers could do, to prevent companies such as Apple and many others exploiting it.
Yes what you said is right...iphone don't need specs to run fine.But having those specs doesn't hurt anybody.having a larger battery is also good.for the price we pay we should also get the specs to match.
Wouldn't you want an iPhone 6s with a 1080p screen 3 gb ram n 2500 mah battery for the same price
Reaper.s1000rr, 10 Sep 2015Android fanboys comment more on Apple articles than they do on Android articles lol. They a... moreThat's because with the i-madness android phones suck now too. There is no real choice anymore. Only iphones - with iOS and more iPhones with Android.
Anonymous, 10 Sep 2015Yup. We obessessively hating Apple. It is the only piece of metal in the world that we hate se... moreNot really, you guys sound like whining children who do not know anything about phones and think specs = performance.
MY FONE HAZ MORE MEGA HURTZZZ!!!!
Reaper.s1000rr, 10 Sep 2015Android fanboys comment more on Apple articles than they do on Android articles lol. They a... moreYup. We obessessively hating Apple. It is the only piece of metal in the world that we hate seeing so much. The new pink iphone doesn't help it at all. So, don't deny it. You enjoy seeing us bashing on Apple as much as we do so you can reply back saying something bad about android. Its a win-win situation.
Jack, 10 Sep 2015So Many Android fanboys on here it's embarassing. I'm a neutral when it comes to manufacturers... moreAndroid fanboys comment more on Apple articles than they do on Android articles lol.
They are obsessed with Apple.
Anonymous, 10 Sep 2015Nope. Even the first iPhone was quite behind it's time and copied from Samsung and LG designs.Yep. No other current smartphone lacked GPS, and most had 3G, and all had multitasking.
Anonymous, 10 Sep 2015and funny is , other will copy apple what apple copy ...Great, finally there's ifans confess that apple actually copycat other brand phones ideas
So Many Android fanboys on here it's embarassing. I'm a neutral when it comes to manufacturers but I have praised the obvious here, rather than changing things people didn't even know existed like a sensor in the camera, they have added quite a few new features which justify the S model. 5 to 5s only really had touchID, yes there were other small changes but nothing to write home about. This time they've added 3D Touch, faster processor and ram and even improved the camera by 4MP. I will also guarantee this new iPhone will more than likely take a better picture than majority of the 16-21mp phones out there, MP isn't everything. Look at the Nokia 1020, 41MP and the only selling point was the ability to zoom in and still have a clear quality image. Hopefully this S variant will put them back in the game when it comes to the camera as Samsung have been producing fantastic camera phones the last few years with 13-16mp.