yawn, 01 May 2014who cares if apple sue samsung / samsung sue apple? cant believe people are that weak minded. ... moreyeah exactly i thing apple should give the 2 billion back to samsung ! then only perfect harmony will be possible
who cares if apple sue samsung / samsung sue apple? cant believe people are that weak minded. BORE OFF
loll its a victory for samsung now... they used to be the followers and copycats .. but i guess apple likes to swap places with samsung now... this phone looks like samsung S series
AnonD-168372, 01 May 2014Apple should be sued for copying Samsung.Ya, this dummy follows the same design language of iPod touch 5 and iPad Mini.. Yes, Samsung should sue them!
Have you ever seen an iPod touch 5? It looks exactly like iPod touch 5 (except the two cuts in back, which are seen in iPhone 5 already).
And this will cost 2000 euro, for apple to grow biger!! :)) c'mon peaple, take out your money from the packet!!!
I don't like the way the phone is held. Apple wont go with this type of back as its even more prone to scratches.
piotr, 01 May 2014Power button is next to the volume ... Sony??That's a power button and SIM tray. Think of the new iPhone as a larger iPod touch 5G with a SIM tray and a power button on the side.
AWallis, 01 May 2014Hmmm, I am not an Apple user. Likely wont be due to all the forced super noise / business on h... more"all the forced super noise / business on home screens etc etc"
Wonder how come i havent noticed any of this? Can you elaborate on this, what exactly is Apple doing to their home screens?
Derp, 01 May 2014How the hell should we knowCan always speculate on the price, thats allowed. I think they will still offer the top model (im not counting the phablet, its not gonna have the iPhone branding) for $199 in US, but add a $50 equivalent for those who buy unlocked iPhones cash in other countries, meaning the 5s will sell for the same as today or just $50 less.
The added $50 will not be noticed in USA because Apple will force the carriers to subsidy more and charge the customers more monthly in the 24 month lock-in period, they already know that consumers in USA dont mind being screwed as long as they dont have to pay up front, credit is king for western world consumers, "save now, be screwed over later".