cenas, 15 Oct 2013People just want to be seen using an iThing...Exactly, specially women...
Ixil, 14 Oct 2013Same in Portugal, people have started bying iPhone 4...People just want to be seen using an iThing...
This just proves one thing, people want Apple to be Apple. Apple must not make affordable phones ever as they are terrible at it.
harlekkin, 14 Oct 2013Statistics are a wonderful thing and of course Android is the most widely spread OS - it's ope... moreQuality over Quantity is only in your i-imagination.
Each major release of ios re-introduces battery drain and connectivity issues. Right now, bugs on ios 7 with 5s has 2x the bugs on 5c or 5. Now let's not forget the handset quality issues when the iphone 5 came out. When was the last time Sony, HTC, LG or Nokia, etc had major manufacturing issues with their handsets that required a significant number of phones to be returned?
High Quality = The Ifan's illusion.
Onfire iPhone, 14 Oct 2013iPhone is the King. iPhone is the Best phone ever made and is the best phone ever because......??
I seen very high demand for iPhone 5s here in Asia. But so far, not much interest in 5c
iPhone 5c should have had iPod Touch 5th gen specs: iPhone 5 screen, iPhone 4S chipset, and iPhone 4 camera. It should have replaced the iPhone 4S as well, and be offered as the true entry level iPhone.
Gorgenapper, 13 Oct 2013Irony, considering that you're making an asinine assumption about statistics without backing i... moreMust certainly agree. Just like Siri vs Google Now...Ask anyone and you'll know the difference. Siri will tell you a joke while Google Now does some real productivity work.
harlekkin, 13 Oct 2013Statistics are a wonderful thing and of course Android is the most widely spread OS - it's ope... moreIrony, considering that you're making an asinine assumption about statistics without backing it up with facts....in other words, statistics.
IPhone users have consistently shown that they value their phone more as a status symbol and piece of jewelry, while Android users actually use their phones to do real stuff.
Statistics are a wonderful thing and of course Android is the most widely spread OS - it's open source and can run on anything. That doesn't mean that's a good thing though. Symbian was also widespread and still pretty useless.
iPhone users have proven over and over again to use their phone for more of everything. More e-Mail, more apps, more internet browsing.
Quality over quantity is the key here.