rst, 12 Sep 2012Am I right in saying that Nokia lumia 920 kicks the iPhone 5's back side?... Nokia lumia 920 i... moreyes, cause it does, this is nothing new, no innavation what so ever, very disapointed in this...
Anonymous, 12 Sep 2012if ur first to smart phone go for apple . best phone in the worldlolGalaxy S3 is the best.
Rubbish why would apple make something from 2008 iphone 5 is like android 3yrs ago. That's what happens when a company's main source of revenue is patent battles. Apple is still an innovative company just that it's not the mobile division it's the freaking PATENT-SUING DIVISION.
Samsung is rubbish.. its just
and release 5 ,6 phones in short time then compare to old iphone
for me old iphone better than new rubbish with alot of lags
Up to date the total hits 1503239, but its voting result only 6.8
Its name firstly Iphone 4, furtherly 4S, finally it should be 4SUX, I guess
Waiting for the movie "RISE AND FALL of APPLE KINGDOM"
Almost Apple fanboy
Apple A6=dual core ARM Cortex A15 :)
tnx Apple for this powerrrrrrrr
omg! the technology! is that all? every other phone has that, even match or surpass it! what a big disappointment!
I think iPhone 4s is better than iPhone 5. Because iPhone 5 is nearly the same as iPhone 4s. It's only the different on the thickness and ios. I am much interest on iphone 4s
It is the best phone ever and i should know because I have use and own..... wait for it.... none of Apple products. But it is the best phone ever.... yeah right
I'd rather get the Xperia V, it's even faster than the Galaxy S3 and is water resistant.
Apple is giving chance to other brands to catch up in the smart phone market...
Anonymous, 13 Sep 2012Android has dropped flash tooAndroid made flash non-stock, and that's a lot different from "dropping", it. So yea using flash on my s3 is a breeze and fun =@
Absolutely disappointing.... with this, Apple loosing it all to Google and Nokia and Windows phones....
I must say, I'm really disappointed :(
I expected a quad core processor and NFC sharing but to have neither...it's a big let down on Apple's part. Apple has not done anything out of the box and instead delivered this clunker of soon-to-be-obsolete piece of technology. We all know that Apple is not the first in the race when it comes to hardware, but even so, there is a thing such as keeping up with times. In a time when not one, but multiple smartphones are offering quad cores, dual core seems a thing of yesterday. By opting for a dual core, Apple has set itself behind the clock by a year. Sure, the new phone is decent and will manage to sell among the Apple fanbase (most probably people with iPhone 3G or 3GS), but being the trend setter, iPhone 5 leaves a lot to be desired. As one of the biggest business empires, it wouldn't hurt to invest a little more in hardware, right? And not having NFC...that's a megaLOL...I mean, even Nokia, which is trying to catch up with times has NFC sharing on it's current flagship (just for the record, I was really impressed by Lumia 920. I didn't think Nokia had it left in them.) but for the latest iPhone to not have one...I'm speechless.
Of course, those die hard fans out there will say crap such as, "it's the software which matters, not the hardware." To them I say BITCH PLEASE. To have software and not hardware is like having the mental capability to do something, but get restricted due to physical limitations. I wouldn't be surprised if most of the casual Apple fans will switch over to Android (I am one of them). The only people who will this poor excuse for a next generation iPhone will be the hardcore fans and the technically challenged (i.e. those who don't know much about technological gadgets). In other words, iPhone 5 will sell only due to Apple's brand name. There is nothing extraordinary about this iPhone, apart from the fact that it is the latest iPhone.
One word to describe iPhone 5 : Predictable