Iphone sucks, 26 Jul 2010Everyone who has used a mobile phone even for a few days knows that it areas of not so good co... moreNo, they did not test properly the iPhone 4, quality assurance team did bad job and management from Apple did not argue over its bad design afraid not to upset the designer of case who did not know a damn about electronics. Some will probably be fired. But it is also true that other phones have similar issue but are not on watch list as iPhones and it is true that it can be patch with a bumper. iPhone 5 will have other case design.
Iphone sucks, 26 Jul 2010Everyone who has used a mobile phone even for a few days knows that it areas of not so good co... moreSoon I expect to be released by third parties for 5-25 bucks new frames for iPhone 4 from plastic which have internally the antenna thus protected from interference with hands (see Blackberry bezels online). Everyone may open and replace the original full metal frame, although waiving so the warranty. Anyway even if iPhone did not have an antenna defect, due to its uncomfortable edges owners would use a case or soft rubber bumper so not issue at all in the end.
Everyone who has used a mobile phone even for a few days knows that it areas of not so good coverage, when the phone is held/tilted a certain way, the antenna drops. It happens with every phone. It is the positioning and the layering (of your flesh) on the antenna.
My question is: Is the drop in signal level comparable to that on an iphone where the call is dropped? Does it become zero?
When iphone made the device and tested the first prototype did they TRY to hold it in their hand? Or did they just assume that apple users, foolish though they might be anyways, can be dictated how the phone can be held?
Iphone has chosen a non practical antenna design and iphone gullibles are not ADVISED to use cases. So Stupid. Everyone makes mistakes and Apple made a hardware error that cannot be rectified with a patch job. Their only option is recalling the handsets already sold. The way that Apple shrugged off the responsibility for the issue and tried to drag other manufacturers into their muck is inexcusable. I wonder how long they are gonna stay at the top in the most admired companies in the world with a rating of 80%. I doubted the reason and here it comes. Apple makes gimmiks in the name of technology and gullible susceptible non tech users buy them and become dependant on itunes for the rest of their (mobiles') life.
AMOLED is definitely worse than a good TFT - ISP with LED back lit.
A factor that has to be consider for Super AMOLED, the light directly beams into eyes from its source which is OLEDs. All natural vision of human eyes is when the light comes from reflections of light, generated by sun or lamps, over objects: the photon beams don't directly get from source into eyes; also the beam of phones is not reflected as you may think: you don't get back through reflection the original photons from source; the phones are not as ping-pong balls cast back by objects which they hit; the beam is absorbed by objects, converted in energy and the objects emit other photons back in a sub spectrum of the original beam, lower intensity and broader uniformity over object surface thus giving color to objects and thus protecting the eyes from artificial light that maybe dangerous for human retina when comes from artificial powerful punctiform sources. The LED back lit from TFT is diffused over a white panel then by reflection passes though liquid crystals and get into eye so it is a reflected light, not the original light. OLED like CRT colored phosphors or plasma's pixels directly beam the light into eyes thus you are not protected by ultraviolet emissions and high energy photons which make lesions in organic tissue.
So, TFT displays are healthier than AMOLED and CRT and plasma displays.
[deleted post]Maybe if you go outside once in a while, you'll realize that people don't constantly refer to a thesaurus for every other sentence they use, you cretin lol!
iPhonaut, 26 Jul 2010All of these Apple hating ``Dummy`s`` don`t know anything about that. You are exactly right though.thank you dude......
Ofcourse, quite a few people have had alot of problems with the Iphone 4, but it does have its positives. Like said, it has longer battery lif and i also love the design of it. Its resolution astounded me for some reason.
The iPhone 4 tempting features, HD Video Recording and lovely pictures you're surprised:
Anonymous, 25 Jul 201032GB is the largest for iPhone 4. You sure you didn't see the iPad by mistake? iPad goes up to 64GB.my previous post about size and memory was in reply to Anon.
Of course, It's under a quarter of the size and weight, I know 32gb isn't much when we start talking technical, but for a phone having that much memory, it's phenomenal.
Plus, I find with most phones, you start filling them up (That much) they tend to run similar to a 486 (for those that don't know a 486 is one of the first Intel based computers that had the ability to be able to run an O/S)
I know it may be a bad thing, but I own a Nokia N97, and I know if I'm carting around info on it's internal 32gb memory, it tends to lag when I have more than 20gb on it... Since all phones these days are computers, same laws apply, you fill your drive and more you put on your computer - It's going to run slow...
Apple chief executive Steve Jobs calls "perhaps the best product we've ever made."
Show Steve we agree guys, vote to show him he's right.
iPhonaut, 26 Jul 2010All of these Apple hating ``Dummy`s`` don`t know anything about that. You are exactly right though.you mean that's not actually right.
I think we all know by now the iphone has an anthenna problem despite what Steve Jobs says.
Don't get me wrong I love the iphone4 but lots of people are suffering from the anthenna problem and he shouldn't be comparing other h/sets out there with the iphone4 especially when it comes to the anthenna issue.
Never the less Apple are meant to be fixing this anthenna problem for future releases of the iphone 4 as they can't be giving out bumpers for the rest of there lifes.
White Iphone 4 should be trouble free :-) but thats a long wait
[deleted post]All of these Apple hating ``Dummy`s`` don`t know anything about that. You are exactly right though.
iphone daily interest = 71% with only one month after being released.
3gs iphone daily interest was 79% for over ten months.
Just because rap music is popular does not make it right
Just because Justin Bieber is poplar amongst pubescent girls don't make it right
Just because they play Celine Dion in elevators don't make it right
Just because it's an iPhone don't make it right
ffloyd, 25 Jul 2010Guys there's still iphone4 in stock on o2, go and get it.
U get a free bumper, when the sto... morewhat do you mean by no antennagate problem?
didn't apple say that's a problem for iphone 4?
steven p. jobs say iphone 4 is perfect without any problem.
Anonymous, 25 Jul 2010Different patents are held by different companies that's why. Some Apple, some Nokia, some Pal... moregreat responce but most apple fanboys & girls think apple invented all technologies.
when everyone know that's not the case & that's why everyone is taking everyone to court, which i agree with because whenever you put in hard man hours of labour in development of technology you should be paid whenever all those technology companies use your technology.
[deleted post]Shanks you are so deluded, you would make a good Apple employee, maybe Steves little lap dog.
You are a fool, read on and if you think it's bull well then do some research yourself
Well there was Atanasoff's ABC, Flower's Colossus,Aitken's Harvard Mk1, Zuse's computers, Eckert & Mauchly's ENIAC,Turing's ACE, The Manchester SSEM and MUI, Cambridge EDSAC, Harvard Mk3,
NPL Pilot ACE, SEAC, SWAC Z4-Z5, Ferranti Mk1, LEO, EDVAC, MU2 These all predate the Apple Macintosh by decades.
Douglas Engelbart at the Stanford Research Institute invented the first mouse prototype
in 1963, with the assistance of his colleague
Bill English. Engelbart never received any royalties
for it, as his patent ran out before it became
widely used in personal computers.
One of the first commercially available laptop
computers was invented by Adam Osborne in 1981.
It was called the "Osborne I" and cost $1795.
It came bundled with $1500 worth of programs.
It had a tiny computer screen built into it.
LCD monitors: In 1970, Fergason made the first operating LCD. Prior to this invention, LCD used a large amount of power, provided a controlled life, and have poor visual contrast. In 1971, the first LCD be demonstrated publicly and enthusiastically accepted.
Should I go on!!!!
The MP3 player was invented in 1997 by Tomislav Uzelac
of Advanced Multimedia Products (AMP). The digital audio MP3 player was called the AMP MP3 Playback Engine. This was the very first, successfully designed MP3 Player. Shorty after the creation, two college students, Dmitry Boldyrev and Justin Frankel coded the AMP technology over to a Windows based
application, better known as "Winamp". Winamp, to this day, continues to be a license free MP3 Player.
Capacitive multi touch screens:
One of the first implementations of multi-touch technology was developed at CERN in 1977 based on their capacitance touch screens developed in 1972 by Danish electronics engineer Bent Stumpe. This technology was used to develop a new type of human machine interface (HMI) for the control room of the Super Proton Synchrotron particle accelerator.