IOS 7 is an overstatement. Trying on Andriod and Blackberry OS 10 are much superior platforms and the smaller display is no help either.
The changes are cosmetics and mere eye wash at most. I dont feel like I have had a major upgrade from iphone 4s to 5s. Some basic features are missing and the iOS feels a closed platform compared to Android, which I must say is a treat on Xperia Z and S4.
Apple has lost its innovation edge and iphone feels a complete drag
Tom-Helge, 23 Sep 2013All should read this: http://gigaom.com/2013/05/09/what-apple-really-means-when-it-says-it-has... moreWhat you say about this?
"Apple Boosts Quarterly Revenue Guidance on Strong iPhone Sales"
"Alongside today's announcement that it sold a record-breaking nine million iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c models over the launch weekend, Apple made a regulatory filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission revealing that it now expects revenue and gross margin for the current financial quarter to come in at the high end of its previously issued guidance."
Why would they do such a move if they really isnt selling super well?
You have hated apple for years, just admit that you desperately try to find excuse why they still doesnt do well even they are doing better than ever :) its not easy to be iHater ;)
Why is it so hard for some folks to understand a simple thing; stick to a product u like. U waste your time talking rubbish whereas these companies make millions every second. Save ur energy
www.youtube.com/watch?v=baio0qUj2Lk bigest bug of iphone 5s fingerprint sensor!
since there is so much hype with the not much changed iphones, im sitting here in NZ waiting on the Xperia Z1 to be released!! Thats the new king!!!
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2013well, nobody announced the sales figures for the pre-orders prior to the launch, have they?Pre-orders aren't sales. Why would they report it as sales?
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2013Why do you think so? Have you seen some info somewhere that we all missed? Or do you just th... morewell, nobody announced the sales figures for the pre-orders prior to the launch, have they?
Tom-Helge, 23 Sep 2013All should read this: http://gigaom.com/2013/05/09/what-apple-really-means-when-it-says-it-has... moreThey may probably ask:
How is that different from any other company?
What is there channel inventory?
And point out this part of the article:
Samsung and Amazon, for example, two of the most prominent Android device vendors, famously refuse to share either shipment or sales totals in their quarterly results. There are no legal requirements that companies do so. But that secrecy can be used to imply that Samsung or Microsoft or ZTE or whomever are “channel stuffing,” which is retail lingo for shipping a bunch of products to a distributor even if a business can’t or won’t sell them, just to make it look like there’s demand for its product.
All should read this: http://gigaom.com/2013/05/09/what-apple-really-means-when-it-says-it-has-sold-a-product/
What are the Apple fanboys gonna say to that?
ios 7 lags same as android on the iphone5 and the ipad 4 cellular and even on the wifi one so as i use both android apple and windows i preffer android 4.2 s4 and lumia 1020 for people better than apple ios7 devices just use and see the differance
Samsung Galaxy S3 hits 9 million pre-orders ahead of May 29 launch i guess 9 million is just the number
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2013I still think 9M is an inflated figure. Then again the company has to pull a lot in order to i... moreWhy do you think so? Have you seen some info somewhere that we all missed? Or do you just think so because it makes you feel better?
AnonD-180858, 23 Sep 2013Hello everyone,
first of all I am a apple fan, but I wanna say my view about apple here..
... moreFirst of all, it's funny how so many people have to state their not an Apple fan, unless they want to risk the mindless fanboy flaming that will follow.
Apple cannot purposefully inflate their numbers because they risk regulatory penalties. They also risk losing the trust of their shareholders, which is extremely important. Companies aren't required to publicly disclose how many devices they sold. They could just say something like "Sales were robust" or "in line with expectations" (a la Microsoft and their surface). The fact that Apple actually released their initial numbers speaks volumes. Apple, and every other company out there, does not publicly release extremely detailed information for the exact reason you want it. That is valuable information that competitors can use to find out more about their strategy or sales. Eg: where they shipped most initially, which carriers are their strongest and weakest.
In kuwait iphone 5c cost 190 k.d = $600 u.s.d, no contract
How cold it be cheap, it cost hell of money. I would rather spend this amount of money on note 3, at least it looks good and big screen.