Anonymous, 15 Nov 2010How is it that you, the one with the high IQ fails to realise that the phone to beat is the Ip... moretotally, why does pretty much every independent mobile review site on the net have numerous iphone 4 vs (insert phone here) comparison reviews ???... go figure
[deleted post]How is it that you, the one with the high IQ fails to realise that the phone to beat is the Iphone? Every other smartphone released these days the question asked of it is "IS THIS THE IPHONE KILLER?" So many have come and went this phone still stands and to make matters they've not even released the white version.
Nokia fans are stuck in Symbian's past glory the world has moved. IOS and Android are a new breed, I must admit it's never easy to convince the world to move on. This time next Android would have took over the top slot. Nokia are the world's BIGGEST phone manufactures but NOT THE BEST. Sony Ericsson and Samsung have both dumped Symbian, gave em nothing but headaches.
2011 is going to be interesting. iPhone 5 will be exciting to see. Android in my opinion is going to lose market share because of WP7 as an entrant, as well as the one third of users in the survey that will move platforms.
Blackberry I predict will continue to lose market share, unsure about Nokia and Symbian. WebOS yet to make its mark. Things are going to get exciting.
The war of the smartphones of 2010 is nearly over, but the winner is already clear. iPhone 4 stands tall over its competitors.
Will the iPhone 5 win 2011? No one knows, but the dominance of the iPhone 4 this year is plain for all to see.
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2010Survey shows that 97% of the worlds population don't really care about iPhoneYup cos now they care about iPhone 4 lol
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2010Survey shows that a third of Android phone owners want an iPhone. Check it.Survey shows that 97% of the worlds population don't really care about iPhone
The iPhone 4 is one if the best smartphones on the market, steamrolling the competition with its sales. WP7 is going to take back market share from Android.
hey guyzzz..anybody tell me about its battery life...under normal usage .......Gsmarena is saying that 3 days under normal usage is it correct????
As usual, haters keeping interest high for iPhone 4. Galaxy S already yesterdays news, yet the owners still here supporting iPhone! Poor Samsung, with fans like these who needs haters lol.
iphone4ing, 15 Nov 2010The real signal bar algorithm change in 4.1 is fanastic, even in low signal areas i'm getting ... moreThe iPhone 4 SAR rating for voice calls is 1.17 watts per kilogram.
Anyway that WAS the value before boosting.
How much is now? 1,6..1,8?
Now I know, and I'm wondering no more, why you talking nonsense.
Survey shows that a third of Android phone owners want an iPhone. Check it.
star, 15 Nov 2010i think the reasons for Apple ’s failure with the iPhone4 are complex and unseparable from the... morelol.. another cut and paste... come onnn i thought iphones users were the zombies around here??? apparently not...
so strange its still regarded as top 3 or higher in most independent review sites on the net..
tell me u own the ip4?? u ever even used it?
never had issues with dropped calls, dropped bars..death grips whatever...
again, ive owned over 10 different highend smartphones in the last 18mths and never never had any issues with the ip4... i actually never thought id own a iphone, i saw how many people had them and i didnt like the 3g at all. i apprehensively went out and bought the ip4 and love most things about it expect apples limitations on everything.
i do consider it more of a feature phone because of this but in my mind is the closet thing to a perfect phone i have owned
i love my htc desire aswell because its just more versitile but like with most phones many features are selling points, gimmicks that in the real world rarely get used.. and if i had to pick, as i said before.. id pick the ip4..it just does everything so well
so strange that someone elses opinion can differ so much...especially from someone thats never even owned it
thing is bro, if youve never owned the iphone4... i will quote u now ' which is disappointing to anyone capable of critical thinking'....
just makes you as bad of the rest of them huh?
iphone4ing, 15 Nov 2010The real signal bar algorithm change in 4.1 is fanastic, even in low signal areas i'm getting ... moreOh and I'm sorry to be the bearer of bad news but you're tagline is incorrect. There is MASSIVE coverage issues with the I-phone 4. rofl
the Apple iPhone 4 is a very great phone and it is worth its price tag. The only thing is that they would have to work on their gaming experience.
lol, i thought iphone 4 was a good phone then why is it rated an average of 6.5? and low daily interest. Come on gsmarena raise the rating for this iPhone poor i mean four fans.
The real signal bar algorithm change in 4.1 is fanastic, even in low signal areas i'm getting nearly full bars. Meaning they increased the amplification Waveform boosting to release more power to it.That was said in an Apple Forum but this guy that knows stuff.
-posted from my iphone4 held incorrectly with a bumper case squeezing the case very hard at the weak spot proving a point any talk of dropping signal is all lie
i think the reasons for Apple ’s failure with the iPhone4 are complex and unseparable from the
company ’s success among consumers. They prioritized looks (which made them popular) and
as a result had to compromise function. The
antenna design allows for a slimmer device,
however exposing it to the bare touch makes
reception a lot more vulnerable to interference
during normal use than for any other phone. Most of Apple ’s customers value their philosophy (form before function) and therefore will be
content with a cosmetic solution such as
changing the signal bar algorithm. Apple rely on
their fans ’ shallowness, and thus react as they did — which is disappointing to anyone capable of critical thinking.
The opposite to denial and cosmetic solutions — to take measures and fix the technical issue — would have to start with admitting that they
made a mistake. For a company that heavily relies
on a religious fan base, that would be a very hard
step which they chose not to take.
So, to answer briefly, they screwed up in all ways
possible, but they stayed true to themselves … and to their profits.