anonymous, 29 Oct 2012you can give iPhone as many negative comments as you want. but remember, the first ever touchs... moreyou can give iPhone as many negative comments as you want. but remember, the first ever touchscreen phone came from Apple. only then the other mobile companies followed it.
LOL... so what you telling is that caus apple was the first with touchscreen we got to forget what the problems are?
Although I'm a HTC fan I read couple of times on the net that IPhone 5 has the fastest speed on planet earth and it was in the battle with HTC One X+. IPhone 5 users can you please confirm.I must agree based on my personal research IPhone 5 has won the battle against Samsung S3. No wonder y now they battle IPhone 5 vs Note 2.
anonymous, 29 Oct 2012you can give iPhone as many negative comments as you want. but remember, the first ever touchs... morenope, actually apple made the 1st app store and just enhanced the touch screen function instead of one touch feature they made it multi touch.
The first touchscreen phone was the IBM Simon, launched in 1992.
Anonymous, 29 Oct 2012what? the first ever touchscreen phone came from apple? hahahaha,lmfaosince we are using same id, why dont you just put your name instead anonymous!
btw! apple is not the first touchscreen. but touchscreen become popular since iphone.
anonymous, 29 Oct 2012you can give iPhone as many negative comments as you want. but remember, the first ever touchs... moresorry The first ever touchscreen phone was the IBM Simon, launched in 1992, not by apple anyway
anonymous, 29 Oct 2012you can give iPhone as many negative comments as you want. but remember, the first ever touchs... moreWrong apple wasnt the first there were other phones do research before you comment
you can give iPhone as many negative comments as you want. but remember, the first ever touchscreen phone came from Apple. only then the other mobile companies followed it.
Microsoft is putting all of its might behind WP8, and also hammering Android in the process in the courts. Manufacturers now have to pay Microsoft a licence fee for every Android handset they sell, yet they don't need to for WP8 handsets. Pretty soon WP8 will be the more attractive proposition.
They cannot say this out loud because Android is still very popular, but behind the scenes manufacturers are pushing and hoping that WP8 wins the day. Android fanboys would be good to know this.
While all this is happening, iPhone will continue its normal route.
iSJ5, 29 Oct 2012can you please shut up!
you never used a iphone right! so why on earth would you give your ... moreYou're right dude! Everyting you said is true. At first week usingmy iphone 5 i had some problem. My auto brightness doesnt work, not untill i knew how to use it now its fine and i can say more improved compare to the 4s auto brightness u wouldnt notice that the brightness is working but it does. For some it work really slow but when your back on your normal enviroment the brightness comes back to your preset brightness. And its seemlessly dim or bright to your enviroment condition. So i love the new sensor of the iphone 5. But still my auto lock when my assistive touch is on doesnt go into auto lock. And that i guess needs the update to get fixed.
And during my 1st week i alao encountered the screen glitching issue but it was the first and the last time. And after that i didnt encounter it anymore.
While the battery life is so poir before but with a nuce charge i could get more than 10 hours in normal use. I guess you have to chage your phone below 20% and make sure that you remove the charge when its already full charge.
So now i am more than happy that my iphine 5 works great!!! Yeah its expensive but worth the money. And sometimes when i use my iphone 4 i can say that thank god i upgraded to iphone 5 coz its really good!
hmmmmmmm.. i was waiting for iphone 5 , and iphone any series is awesome , only iphone users know whatz iphone is.. start using iphone .. there is no phone which is as good as this.. thanks for launching ip-5
amandeep singh, 28 Oct 20121440mah of battery. with 1.2 ghz of processor. u gotta be kidding me. i have nokia n97 with 15... morelol! check iphone 5 and other devices battery test and you notice iphone 5 is one of the best battery back-up out there!
Great phone! it's really faster than my 4S and very light and handy. and it looks pretty cool too! Works perfect and strong battery life (based on my daily normal usage, calls, sms, and wi-fi browsing). the Maps needs an update though. but still works fine. Overall i'll give it a 9/10. i Strongly recommend this phone. keep it up apple!
-To other phone users out there, i suggest you take an overall testing before judging the phones capabilities, not just because it has lower hardware specs doesn't mean that their laggy or slow. It's the other way around! Apple really did great with their HW & SW integration. Try it yourself and find out!
Anonymous, 28 Oct 2012Don't get yourself tied in a restricted Apple ecosystem. Once you get in, you'll regret iTunes... morecan you please shut up!
you never used a iphone right! so why on earth would you give your none experienced advace! :p
You can click and drag music and movies directly onto your iphone, so you dont need to save everything onto itunes and synchronise with your itunes using the tick boxes. This means you arent taking up more storage space on your hard-drive than you need to. iTunes really is a lot more
user friendly now than what it used to be!
buy large 64GB iphone mean u dont need card slot!
BT filetransfer: ok there is a apps for that if you dont know.
Is this compatible sms delivery report?
my 4s is not compatible with delivery report. It's a big problem of iphone.
Only the speed and touch and sturdy body ......................apple is nothing besides these.................Poor Camera....No FTP Bluetooth....Fixed Battery.......No memory card option......Difficult Accessories (Not available in market if need), Poor service centre.....
Being a user of Android,RIM,windows and iOS I have experienced many things. Depending on what use you make with your smartphone you will choose the one that suits you best. Many of us have used several devices with different software. By using the device daily you can find which smartphone is more comfortable to you. I have to say that I have used all of the devices, and the most simple and easy to use for my daily use is the iPhone. Also Android had and will always have the best free apps on Google Play. The first smartphone I've used in my entire life that has never lagged is the iPhone. Other smartphones was quite laggy on several programs. So in my opinion there is no point of saying which phone is better than the other. If the smartphone of your choice makes you happy then you must not care what others think about it.