Apple stock is tanking big time, lol, what a successful launch, the market has spoken, and it did not like what it saw. Wonder what the board will do with Cook if this keeps up.
"Nokia, who started the colorful polycarbonate trend"
Someone wants to tell Nokia that Apple are just using the same colour scheme as the iPod's which are a lot older than the Lumia's.
I think US want to have finger prints too. The electronic data is already being shared by these technology giants
Lolz....finger print scanner,dont need..high specification,dont need...lots of apps,dont need..same design....never wanted,nothing about this phone shows innovation,same old same old but the most funny thing is that fan boys buying the same crap over and over again only to defend their honor,lets face it,iPhone is for grand pas and grand mas.
I guess developers will kept making exclusive apps for iphone cause that's the only thing they have left. 64-bit anyone?..
I have never owed an iphone cos I don't want one, but I have owned android and windows... my OS choice is windows. I think Nokia needs to take a note from Apples recipe... They make a good phone at any price... ie what ever they charge for their phone is on par with their product quality. Its overpriced but it is a good product. (at least it tries to be the best) which is what we want companies to provide their customers. To be frank if Nokia wants to catch up they need to make the best phone at what ever price they sell it... 100£ 200£ 300£ whatever. NOKIA! just make great budget phone, give us a very good mid price phone, give us a very good top of the range phone and stay away from selling bad products. ITS SIMPLE. Apple has a simple recipe. They make GOOD PRODUCTS... which is why lots of people pay attention to any news of a new apple product release dates etc. NOKIA!... just make sure every product that comes out of your factory are top quality... budget, mid range or top of the range. Let the products always be best in class and forget about trying to bring cheap products to the market.
nick, 11 Sep 2013iphone doesnt give much freedom 4 customisation...nd tats y der is no lag in anythng....everyd... moreYou are clearly talking about things you don't have a clue bout!
When's the last time you've used an android phone?
Lags ended in Android with ICS, that was like 2 years ago
Anonymous, 11 Sep 2013Yes and I can easily copy your fingerprint with sticky tape and a drinking glass.
Hey, your p... morethats a whole lot of trouble just for unlocking someone's iphone...
just like Fast 5 (movie) when she gets the fingerprints using her swimsuit
LOL. This is pure entertainment. Almost all the OEMS bashing the new iPhones like their phones are any better. Lmao. Earlier today a Microsoft guy, probably Stephen Elop wore a mask with hateful words attached for Apple gave us a glimpse of the iPhone 5C running iOS7 and now too many Microsoft guys laughing at Apple. Since Nokia has been sold, it's Microsoft behind the Nokia UK account. Lmao!
Anonymous, 11 Sep 2013Face recognition which .lol... should I just make a mask of u & blink my eye to unlock you... moreYes and I can easily copy your fingerprint with sticky tape and a drinking glass.
Hey, your precious Apple was just downgraded on the stock exchange and has already dropped 30 dollars the day after releasing the phone.
Faus, 11 Sep 2013This all does not matter one bit! the sales always tell the true story! now if Sony our any ot... moreOf course sales are high for Apple. People that don't know s**t about technology will buy a smartphone easy to use, intuitive and as simple as possible still trendy. And trust me, there are lot of them.
I have a word that I always tell to my friends that want only the latest phones on the market and they don't know how to use them: "Told you not to buy a phone smarter than you...".
Android phones are not so intuitive and simple so people with poor knowledge of IT tend to avoid them. I think it's the same with windows phones but they have time to grow. :)
Nokia is making fun of Apple, how ironic is that, what's Nokia? What was Nokia? Oh yeah, it was one of the biggest companies ten years ago, well what happend to it? It was bought by Microsoft for peanuts, RIP Nokia
Nick (Belgium), 11 Sep 2013At least Apple makes an effort to respond to reported issues upon launch. Samsung has been lau... moreYup, apple does respond to issues. "You're holding it wrong.". Or, "pictures are supposed to have purple spots." The materials in the Samsung flagship costs more to make than the "premium" iPhone 5. Selling a flagship that can't multi-task is pretty arrogant.