Anonymous, 26 Aug 2016The fault is not in ios, its ur fault why u buy it without searching information firstSpoken like a true fan! The truth is that Apple is losing market share. They need customers more than customers need them. I am airing my *opinion* how they could bring more customers to the fold by being more open.
You, on the other hand, give the impression that nuanced argument is not you thing.
Anonymous, 26 Aug 2016Better make that apple logo glow it will luk goodYes and drain the battery even more
Note7, 26 Aug 2016Does that mean Apple is not interested in iPhone 7 or 7 Pro or 7 Plus sales? I personally think they wont really do much on this upcoming iphone 7
yes it will be packed with faster cpu / gpu and bigger battery (slightly at best)
but I think they will drop the price by $100 this time to make it up
we will see...
Esfand, 26 Aug 2016I bought a nexus 5x and i couldn't bear android os as well as pathetic battery of the device. ... moreIf you had bought iPhone 5 you'd toss that phone out of the window on day 2. The battery life was so bad that it drains 10% on standby. Every one of my friend was going crazy and some of them even swap it when it's almost 1 year but battery life was still same. Point is, some companies has it's bad days.
Anonymous, 26 Aug 2016Make iOS more open and flexible to serve the user's needs, Apple, and I might buy iPhone 8. So... moreThe fault is not in ios, its ur fault why u buy it without searching information first
I bought a nexus 5x and i couldn't bear android os as well as pathetic battery of the device. Then i bought an iphone 6s and once again it became obvious to me that how much Apple owes to android. If android is not this awful, then Apple cannot sell its overpirced devices. Anyway, 6s is really fast and functional with 6+ hours of working on screen (It was at most 4 hours with nexus). Great apps, much better audio outcome, nice build quality and so and so. The negative point is the camera, 5x HDR+ was astonishing. I will buy 2016 or 2017 iphone definitely.
Anonymous, 26 Aug 2016good apple. you invent new thing. then samsung and others will copy it. and sell it cheaper. t... moreAgain - they didn't invent anything. Nokia N9 was phone without any buttons. May be not the first, but definitely before next iPhone.
Hugo Schatz, 26 Aug 2016Basically you won't see a major change in the upcoming iPhone 7.
If you want major transforma... morethat was my first thought too... whatever they call the new iphone (7 or 6SE) are they telling that the really big changes will be in 2017? so this year won't be a big fuzz?
maybe they should approach differently or maybe they have really good upgrades this years and next will be focusing mainly in the display we'll just have to wait and see for september
i guess either way they'll make profits so hope for the best :)
Does that mean Apple is not interested in iPhone 7 or 7 Pro or 7 Plus sales?
good apple. you invent new thing. then samsung and others will copy it. and sell it cheaper. then i will buy samsung or other devices (except iphone).
Don't really care what it is but they got to put something new on this upcoming iPhones
cause all we know for sure is they took out the earphone jack at this point
If not, this year could be their lowest sales since iPhone came out
Make iOS more open and flexible to serve the user's needs, Apple, and I might buy iPhone 8. Sorely disappointed with the 6s 64 GB I bought 3 months ago
The fault is not in the phone, but iOS!
Basically you won't see a major change in the upcoming iPhone 7.
If you want major transformation, then you need to wait for iPhone 7S in 2017.
Anonymous, 26 Aug 2016Apple is finally catching up to the google design language. Nexus phones don't have a button s... morewhat a dumb comment...
no home buttons = googles design language?
that is pretty much the same apples infamous idiotic argument
samsung's rounded corner = copied from iphone
i wish Apple would increase the iphone's battery life instead of always reducing the thickness.. :)
Apple is finally catching up to the google design language. Nexus phones don't have a button since late 2011. And if we look back to linux based phones, Nokia N900 was the first (or the first modern) touchscreen phone without buttons on the same plane as the screen.