Anonymous, 29 Dec 2011who cares of the Lawsuits? the end user sees the final product and its value for money.. everyone cars about the lawsuit status, because in the end the end user will not be able to use a certain function anymore on there phone because the company lost the lawsuit, you must be 12 years old.
[deleted post]Do you like your new Android notification pull down? They think apple events everything.
Anonymous, 29 Dec 2011HAHA HA Android loooooool
Cheap crappy OS, create your own OS why dont you
Steal the foundat... moreAndroid "steals" its foundations from iOS. That means iOS runs on a GPL licensed Linux kernel.
APPLE is stealing from an entire generation of developers then.
Seriously, I have noticed that the quality of the trolls on the internet is decreasing.
apple lost steve jobs with his vision and foresights. you can't go around messing with patent infringements. it will not benifit in a long run. on top of that, recent reports has shown apple had lost its ground in market shares. competition is healthy and look how fast technology has evolved. speaking of legal wars, iphone is simply a product of great hardwares, chips that are put together from other manufacturers. i have to give credits to their innovations on ios and designs. but tables are turned and they are better equipped andriod phones out there. apple fans, hards facts are hard to swallow. stop bashing around and face the reality. ios make a iphone great. "the earth is round. if you build a dam to stop the water from flowing through. eventually it will flow in the opposite direction and reaches the other side of the dam." this legal battle is a blessing in disguise. if you patent this, others will come out with a better one. eventually, you will lost the race.
a lil bit of irony since even Google didnt get even a cent from a android handheld sold.
In Italy customers win 2-years warranty time from Apple, no more extra payment for 2-years warranty time !!!
But isn't it ironic. Apple uses Nokia's technology under license but refuses to license their's. Apple should just face the competition.
aodxxl, 29 Dec 2011americans never back down. American Components, Russian Components. All made in China.
who cares of the Lawsuits? the end user sees the final product and its value for money..
apple ur reckless.u think u can manage all smartphone market without invention new product.apple u produce 1 product one year and samsung produce at least 100 product one year.so why people buy ur product,ur os system?are u want to keep aloof from super smartphone like galaxy note,tab,lumina,ftv fasion by ascribe false injunction on smartphone companies?sorry dude we orginal customer not buy a single product of yours by this behaviou. KEEP IT MIND APPLE,CHANGE UR MENTALITY OTHERWISE UR BIG ACCHIVEMENT,PROUD,AND PROFIT WILL LOST. HELP OTHER SMARTPHONE COMPANY,NOT NEGLET AND HARM THEM.PLEASE
The reason they don't want to license their patent is because Android is better than iOS. Though it has a few rough edges, it is still better and that is something Apple doesn't want many people to find out. It is for this reason that they also tried to block the sales of the reworked/redesigned Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Block it long enough till the iPad 3 is released and then some tech journalists begin to sing Apple's praises that the iPad 3 is the best. Though I haven't used the iPad 2, I prefer the Galaxy Tab P1000 (7 inches) to the iPad 1.
Android may have quantity but it will never have the uniqueness and quality of WP7.
WTF what does apple own from android i really cant tell
if someone can reply
microsoft owns part of the linux kernal which is used in android. companys who uses has to pay microsft fair enough but apple owns nothing
Charging a license fee would damage low-end models the most, since the proportion of this levy on the profit margin would be the most significant compared to highly profitable high end models.
Apple, and its iPhone as a high end model, with comfortable market share and mind share and developer base, is reasonable in persecuting its strongest rivals HTC and Samsung that produce high end Android devices that directly rival the iPhone.
Microsoft, nascent and looking to make its debut in the low-end with new Nokia devices, wants to target the overall market share of Android, and what better way then to target low-end models which sell the most? Through this, it can then compete in terms of developer base and market share.