Anonymous, 27 Sep 2012Post it then on its blog, here we do not care.Who is talking with you? I talked with him, and don't worry, you will not see me here many times.
What a waste of time, Apple you have lost, only apple fan boys will buy this prehistoric device
I finally convinced myself to drop Blackberry and give the lastest iPhone a try and Im severely disappointed! I cant get more than 4 hours battery life, the phone scratches easily and looks 2 years old after just one week! As dated as the Blackberry is, its so much more functional than this piece of crap!!
Mobilemaster, 27 Sep 2012The Note 2 is fantastic. There is a cool video about it. It was posted by Samsung mobile.Post it then on its blog, here we do not care.
iSJ5, 27 Sep 2012i respect that! and i respect SGNote 2! i want to expirience it!The Note 2 is fantastic. There is a cool video about it. It was posted by Samsung mobile.
Mobilemaster, 27 Sep 2012Well yes, Android has malware, but if you are smart enough, you will not have problems. You do... moreWell that's unfortunate since 91% of Android users use the stock browser.
AnonD-45218, 27 Sep 2012Any body got iphone scratched edition lol i have 1. Did you really get a scratched iphone?I want to buy it but im concerned about this scratches and dents stuff!
iSJ5, 27 Sep 2012not only the iphone is great because of Siri and i know also android have this features and im... moreWell yes, Android has malware, but if you are smart enough, you will not have problems. You don't need to use 100 applications. And it's safe if you don't use the stock browser. :) Google Android is attacked because it's very famous. I think in the near future other OS'es will be attacked as well. :( You told me about lags. As I know phones running on Jelly Bean are working great with no lag at all.
Why Android update lag is a problem
The remote wipe flaw found in Samsung devices apparently can wipe out any Android device and also black out the SIM card.
On WP8 or iOS this would be solved by an update, however on Android, it goes to manufacturers. Samsung have sent an update, but others have not, leaving a very long lag between vulnerabilities and the software patch coming in time.
Anonymous, 27 Sep 2012At the same time, Display Mate has rated the iPhone 5 screen the best display they have EVER s... moreDisplaymate also rated the Lumia 900 as the best screen for outdoor viewing. The Lumia 920 improved upon that too.
Anonymous, 27 Sep 2012The screen on iPhone 5 can't match the screen on the Lumia 920 neither.
http://blog.gsmarena.... moreAt the same time, Display Mate has rated the iPhone 5 screen the best display they have EVER seen
So we have two excellent phones, with excellent cameras and excellent screens. I am a lover of tech as well as an iPhone fan. Any tech that is good, I will appreciate it, and Lumia 920 is a fantastic phone in my opinion.
If you read my previous comments you would see that I am also a Lumia 920 fan. Only trolls defend a brand blindly and close their eyes to available technology. Use what serves you best.
Anonymous, 27 Sep 2012Look at the link before reply. Lumia 920 destroys iPhone 5 in camera. http://i.imgur.com/Xx... moreThe Lumia 920 is a fantastic phone which I am getting as my second phone. What is the problem?
Anonymous, 27 Sep 2012Look at the link before reply. Lumia 920 destroys iPhone 5 in camera.
http://i.imgur.com/Xx... moreThe screen on iPhone 5 can't match the screen on the Lumia 920 neither.
Anonymous, 27 Sep 2012Has already been debunked by The Next Web's editor as a non issue, it is reproduced on many ot... moreLook at the link before reply. Lumia 920 destroys iPhone 5 in camera.
Daring Fireball: On the timing of Apple's map switch
[deleted post]Has already been debunked by The Next Web's editor as a non issue, it is reproduced on many other cameras. It's just when it's on iPhone 5, trolls try to make it out to be an issue.
TNW Editor's tweet
So, about iPhone 5 ‘purple’ flare nonissue. 1. Sapphire /= purple 2. iPhone 4S does it too 3. So do lots of cameras
Anandtech: iPhone 5 screen performance
Wrapping up, the iPhone 5 display is a whole quantum leap better than the display on the iPhone 4. Contrast levels and light output have both been increased, and color performance is astonishing. The full sRGB gamut is present here, and color errors are remarkably low for a even a high end desktop display. While many were hoping for a move to OLED or some other screen innovation, this really is a huge step up that is very easy to quantify. To put this in perspective, in the past few years I've reviewed probably 30-40 different displays, from PC monitors, to TVs to projectors. Not a single one, out of the box, can put up the Gretag Macbeth dE numbers that the iPhone can, and perhaps one projector (which listed for $20,000) can approach the grayscale and color accuracy out of the box.
Apple obviously has very high control over what parts they use and what comes off their assembly lines. I don't know if they are having the displays individually adjusted after they are assembled, or if the quality control is very strict, or if I just got a really remarkably lucky sample. I do know that if TV and PC Monitor vendors were able to provide displays that looked like this out of the box, professional calibrators would lose a good amount of business potentially. The new panel in the iPhone 5 is simply remarkable in quality and if it were a PC monitor, I'd give it a Gold Award on the basis of it's performance..
Cnet: Apple's A6 processor appears faster than previously thought