s, 01 Oct 2011can anyone give info about iphone5 when is it realesing ..? plzevery 1 knows oct 4 2011
These are the cases that have a built in antennae. It is an embedded coil for boosting the lame OEM one that couldn't be modified due to the increased size of the new Samsung chip.
Great move Apple!
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2011it's called a SMARTphone for a reason; people want it to do stuff that they can on a computer ... moreWhat part of "I have a SGSII and love it" did you not understand? You need a reading comprehension lesson.
if iphone5 looks almost the same as iphone1(1st Gen). then i will stick to my iphone4. metal back panel is no better than iphone4 glass back panel.
A sad fact:
Because Apple is too slow on releasing their next flagship, iphone5 is not meant to match SGS2, they have different 'era' now. iPhone5 for Nexus Prime or SGS3 perhaps, iphone6 for quad core android. As we notice, Samsung becomes Apple's major competitor, unlike before - Apple vs ALL.
It looks amazing and im sure i 5 will rock da world... Cant wait anymore
It is unfortunate in this era that design is the main basis of an actual upgrade. A modification of a slate design case at a yearly is now how we measure progress in cell phones. So a pretty phone only feeds the shallow and ego for a year, while still being behind Samsung internally in specs in so many ways.
"is the ip5 going to be the sg2 killer?"
I'm sorry but this question has to be a joke right? I can gurantee you that if Apple can make enough iPhone 5s the sale will surpass SG2 from just preorders alone. Something amazing that no other company can come close of doing.
Although Apple buys supplies from Samsung to build the phones but really building the phone is where Samsung loses to Apple or from any other company for that matters. The prestigous design and the perfection of every curve and lines in their products is what makes Apple stands out. I have the feeling that when the iPhone 5 comes out it will make the SG2 smart phone looks like a dumb phone. I meant that literally in physical design.
joonius, 01 Oct 2011I use SGSII myself, and while many of my friends and I love it, a few other people who held my... moreit's called a SMARTphone for a reason; people want it to do stuff that they can on a computer
people want to use the internet on the their smartphone
people want to check their emails and their facebook on their smartphone
people want to watch movies and shows on their smartphone
people want to play games on their smartphone
and what better is to do all of those on a big screen on a smartphone, hmm?
if you're complaining that a screen is too big on a smartphone, then go buy a low end 50 dollar prepaid dumbphone
Duel, 01 Oct 2011Just like you said, it have gigantic screen also the phone is gigantic. That mock up is even s... moreDid you loose your own argument? Your argument was not about how big a phone is in general (who cares). Your argument was about how big the body is in ratio compared to the screen. And that is just what Samsung did with the Galaxy S II. They put a 4.3" screen on the smallest and thinnest body possible for the screen size. The screensize to bodysize ratio on Galaxy S II is groundbreaking and never attempted before. And they even manage to put in a 8mp camera. If Samsung decided to now make 4" screen Galaxy S III based on the technology and screen to body ratio of the Galaxy S II, than Samsungs new 4" would have i very thin and small body.
Sometimes i wish people would actually stick to subject of arguement when making a case instead of wandering of.
Apple can make a 10" phone and iFan will still love it no matter what. The 4.3" of the SGS2 feels big but it's nice when you hold and use it.