Had mine for almost 35 hours! And tea i encounter the glitching on the screen on my iphone 5 but still Im happy with my phone it's expensive i know but with the looks of it, its like buying rolls royce that has the best look in cars today. I just don't get why people who cant afford to buy this phone is so angry and post their hatred here. Are they being paid for it so they can afford to buy iphone 5? I mean if sg3 is the best phone for then post your comment in the samsung gs3 not here apple lovers here!
Nothing really special that we haven't seen before on other brands/models. Decent phone, really overpriced.
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2012One third of the current Android fans will be cheering for WP8 in a few months time. iPhone us... moreOr maybe iPhone users see even more devices with all the latest features and capabilities and realise IOS is mainly style over substance and not getting features until Apple can make a lot of money from it making Apple lose even more customers and market share.
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2012In only three weeks since launch the iPhone 5 has already outranked all mobile phones for web ... moreYou realise GSMA shows people which posters are the same, right? You've been spamming this page pretty badly. I'm not trying to agree or disagree with you here, but it makes you look like a marketing shill.
In only three weeks since launch the iPhone 5 has already outranked all mobile phones for web presence, accounting for 3% of all mobile web traffic.
One third of the current Android fans will be cheering for WP8 in a few months time. iPhone users will be here waiting, saying I told you so.
The iPhone and iOS grows at a steady rate, each generation rings in new customers, word of mouth from loyal customers, happy with their product. Android is not so easy to predict, as the bulk is from feature phone owners who simply upgraded to cheaper smartphones.
This is why even though market share wise Android is bigger, iPhone actually leads the way with web usage for example. With WP8 coming into the picture, also with cheaper smartphones, Android market share logically is simply set to tumble. The only question is by how much?
Apple takes the crown again. What an incredible piece of innovation. Use it to believe it. Others tell the most famous tech lie "i don't use Apple products coz i don't wanna be called a fanboy." The truth is "I don't have enough money to enjoy the best things in life." p
iPhone coming out to yet more countries soon with wave 3 launch. Already millions have their hands on the iPhone 5, and it is doing the job of marketing by itself, no advertisements required.
[deleted post]Lol hmm now I'm not sure whether you're for or against lol, cos some would find that awesome.
Anandtech reviews the iPhone 5. "One well iced cake"
What I have been saying time and time again, now the tech experts are beginning to question.
Windows 8 tablets a threat to Android tablets, which may lead to a halo effect to its smartphones.
iPhone web traffic at 43%, ALL of Samsung's smartphones combined at 17%
:p with the release of the new iPhone, and as industry analysts expected, every single accomplishment mankind has achieved was rendered irrelevant. I was able to stop salivating and rubbing iPhone all over my body long enough to compile a list of its greatest features.
No matter what you're doing on your new iPhone, you can pull up Twitter and tweet about it. Which is good, because it was hard to twitter before, and that barrier to entry has potentially cost us millions of important tweets. Imagine the nightmare scenario where a man sits eating a tuna fish sandwich and tried to tweet about how "yummers" it was, but had to push the home button AND open his favorite twitter app! "Forget that" the man said, turning back to his tuna fish sandwich. And then, horrifically, that tweet was lost to us forever.
With the iPhone, you don't have to pay for awful data plans to send text messages! I mean, that is assuming you're only connecting with other people using iOS devices like the iPad and iPhone. And of course you are.
You wouldn't associate with "those people" (people using Android). I wouldn't say I hate them, but I definitely pity them.
'll never forget the dark days when we had only one core in our chips. At least four times a day I would ask myself if someone had stolen all the cores from my phone before I recalled that, no, this is just how the phone was made.
the camera in the iPhone 4S/5 is remarkable. Honest to God I took a picture of a leaf blowing in the wind and this camera actually picked up that moment's intangible poetry.
Apple likes to polish their products, so not every feature is flashy. Many are under the hood improvements.
Features list here:
[deleted post]If you are familiar with the latest in fitness, the best workouts are P90X, The Paleo workout, and The Primal method, so humans are wishing they are Neanderthals lol.
AnonD-33318, 18 Oct 2012I've been wondering about the fabled 200 new ios6 features. Care to list at least those 200 su... moreIf Apple just changed some resistors and other circuitry they can probably convince the average iPhone user that each of those is a new feature, and I'm betting if there's a new icon or menu name they'll also class that as a feature just to make them believe it has 200 new features.