Nice move Apple!
That shows integrity. I obviously wouldn't do business with someone who damaged me.
iSJ5, 07 Sep 2012did you mean! nokia 6600?yes, nokia 6600 slide.
Dazz, 07 Sep 2012LMAO the biggest fail will be Apple, Yeah Samsung may feel the pinch slightly but since the co... moreSo Apple still gets the chips it needs just from different suppliers instead of one, but it's going to suddenly collapse.
Samsung loses massive orders of components from its biggest customer, and it only feels a pinch.
Lol makes perfect sense to me hahaha.
Or may be it doesn't need samsung any more... Apple are confident enough now to move on to new suppliers. Just a thought!
Anonymous, 07 Sep 2012Of course I'm dumb, because I read the articles, take the time to explain why I say certain th... moreBtw,what is wrong by using a name instead of "Anonymous"? I can't keep all the "Anonymice" apart,looks you guys are all talking to yourselves...Come on,be a man and think of something...
AnonD-70349, 07 Sep 2012let me draw you a picture:
You chop down a tree
Then you can either sell the wood to a compe... moreFinally! You got it! So now you understand, that the only way for Samsung to cover their lost sales will be to instead sell all those lost Apple orders as Samsung phones instead.
Now here's the kicker, do you think Samsung can suddenly just decide to sell 10, 20, 30 million extra phones just because Apple doesn't want their chips anymore? And, wasn't that what Samsung has been trying to do all this while anyway? They weren't holding back sales just for Apple's sake right?
Thus I put it to you, that Samsung has to increase sales by a sudden huge amount (difficult given that they have already been selling at the current demand setting), find alternative buyers (possible but may not be in Apple's quantities), or reduce production. In either case, it's not exactly good news is it?
LMAO the biggest fail will be Apple, Yeah Samsung may feel the pinch slightly but since the companies in question this is referencing to NAND and not SOC processors. Samsung control over 80% of the NAND flash market for a reason.
This works out bad for Apple, here is some examples.
1# Toshiba - provides products and quality equivalent to that of Samsungs at a higher price and are very unlikely to keep up with Apples demand, driving prices even higher for their products which will be harder to get.
2# Hynix - Ok quality below Samsungs & Toshiba's but may get it at the same price (best apple can do really) May be able to supply enough to Apple and are a lot slower than Samsungs.
3# Elpida – can provide enough to Apple, however you don’t want these for a reason! High failer rate and very poor performance.
All these are bad for Apple and it's customers.
Nuff said really.
iSJ5, 07 Sep 2012what? are you really using that fone?yes, it had a metal case, i can do a drop test for u anytime at shoulder height face down, LOL.
i had i drop many times, and it is still working fine, but i had the battery change twice, china made battery, can't expect much, can u ??
Anonymous, 07 Sep 2012When Apple ordered components from Samsung, Samsung had to supply according to Apple's spec an... moreno...buyers chose from different supplyers the one that meets there needs...
Anonymous, 07 Sep 2012Of course I'm dumb, because I read the articles, take the time to explain why I say certain th... moreHahaha awesome! Seems the samsung boys are finding it difficult to fault you. Hilarious response.
Anonymous, 07 Sep 2012Lol exactly! And who was their largest customer? Apple, who Samsung today has lost, resulting ... morelet me draw you a picture:
You chop down a tree
Then you can either sell the wood to a competitor to make furniture knowing you can make furniture yourself, or you can make the furniture and then sell it, what do you think it's more profitable?
[deleted post]Of course I'm dumb, because I read the articles, take the time to explain why I say certain things, and provide examples.
You of course, must be a genius, because all you did was call me dumb. By the way, you spelt it wrong lol.
AnonD-70349, 07 Sep 2012what do you think Samsung did with the components? kept them in a bank? :)) they sold it to co... moreLol exactly! And who was their largest customer? Apple, who Samsung today has lost, resulting in lower sales. Why is this difficult for you to understand?
Loepoes, 07 Sep 2012Apologies accepted..Please just try and see the big picture,not just the S3 or Iphone in your ... morei've friends using s2, note, s3 around me, samsung's hi end phone still lag from time to time during usage, their I.T. really sucks. and i also saw rooted s2 and s3 running butterly smooth custom rom. they do have good hardware. i'm using nokia 6600 dumb phone.