toukale, 20 Sep 2017Same way most android users here call every standard tech adopted by android innovative, as if... moreAndroid manufacturers didn't invent any of those things. They were simply adapted by android devices early. The first NFC patent was in the 1980s. Sonys NFC chips were based on that (ofcourse that design had to be massively modernized by Sony). Kodak invented the OLED tech during the same time and then later sold it off to LG (who used it for TVs and custom displays first). And wireless charging was inspired from Nikolai Tesla's tesla-coil.
AWWW... WOW! i'm amazed... This is incredible feature!!
Android fans can only DROOLS..! Apple is number One!!
Oh, this is good to be reminded of as I had just suggested an iPhone to a family member. They would need to come around to my place to put on apps bigger than 150mb.
Seems a bit backward, actually.
and do not forget Apple to advertise this as new ability/technology brought with Iphone X, but with your gracious gratuity available to all others too!
Apple saints care about us?! Ahahaha, this just tells about the average IQ of Iphone users. Probably the limit was placed in the first place after to many complaints that fell on Apple, "O I did now how much 100MB is, I had taught that my plan supports to download everything since it is Apple right, how did I use all my data plan in just 2 days"
Since 2013 I had unlimited 4G and since they I use hoptspot at home, never had to connect the Iphone to any Wifi and this reason and many others implementations for retards made me to stay away from an iphone toy
LOL.. People nowadays have unlimited data plans.. All these limitations on iOS is just ridiculous.. I should be able to do anything I want with my phone that I bought with my own money
BiyoBiyo JunJun, 20 Sep 2017and ihater will call it innovationSame way most android users here call every standard tech adopted by android innovative, as if android invented them. Things like nfc, Oled, inductive charging etc... Yes android invented all those things. I get a good laugh whenever I see folks post things like this as android oem's innovating.