AnonD-255129, 27 May 2014Why are Apple fanboys always mimicking the ads saying "it just works"... In many ... moreseems like ur using an fake iphone.Safari wont crash like that and we can install many web browsers.plz go and get an original iphone
insert generic comment about how one phone manufacturer is better/worse than another
AnonD-212255, 27 May 2014You really don't think this is clever or even remotely funny, right?
Where is the reference... moreI thought it was friggin hilarious. The guy is a comical genius. Making a play on how the Fruit Company locks people into what they want your little smartphone world should look like.
All I can suggest is that yous gets a sense of humor Fruit Company iphoney phan.
AnonD-120539, 27 May 2014Here are the patents Apple filed concerning home automation:
http://appft1.uspto.gov/netac... more10 years later, the iGnorants will repeat similar comments.
Apple patent Hologram, April 2014
Apple gets patent for TV and 5D tech, July 2012
Here are the patents Apple filed concerning home automation:
See the pie was invented in the North of England. Due to the miners there would eat the pie and discard the crust - I bet the South of England doesn't have history like that does it? About pie.
Anonymous, 27 May 2014apple invented nfc...vau...hahahaBiggest joke of the year. Please dont troll
Anonymous, 27 May 2014Well, guess what. This is called the Internet of Things. IoT for short. It has been around fo... moreAnyone who has followed Apple over the years would know that yes, Apple likes to be the first in terms of innovation, but isn't always so.
However, they are more concerned with implementation, and don't mind using older tech to achieve it. This is always ignored by the community.
They may not be perfect, but its hard to deny the contributions and influence Apple has in the tech field.
Interesting article to read: http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/05/25/googles-current-stance-on-patents-with-android-would-have-prevented-google-from-ever-having-existed
Anonymous, 27 May 2014lol.. even my 2011 iPhone 4 is faster than 2013 samsung s4(so called octacore crap).. Joke of the year. Are you watching a comedy show or action movie?
Anonymouse, 27 May 2014Apple innovates again, I'm sure the other companies will mimick with similar functionality ver... moreWhy are Apple fanboys always mimicking the ads saying "it just works"...
In many cases, it doesn't. I'm constantly fighting with the OS when trying to use my wife's or my sister's iPad.
Safari closing by itself for no reason (and no possibility to install another browser), games crashing, some apps that seem to be stuck in loading mode (I have to forcibly close them then start them again), ...
Same goes with my mother's Macbook Pro.. I keep bumping into limitations, it sometimes slows down a lot although nothing heavy is running.
Are those things intended to be like that?
"It just works, most of the time and not always the way you expect" would probably be a more realistic motto..
For the "innovation" part of your post.. well as others have said, it works just fine on Android already, and has been working for a while.
Well, guess what. This is called the Internet of Things. IoT for short. It has been around for a long time. Microsoft is already investing in this. Apple will get away with it though because they will make it available to the dumb customers they have who will think that Apple invented this technology. This is very sad. I hope somebody catches Apple for this.
Yeah, this is pretty widespread tech. The ability to control multiple functions of your home from smartphones has been available for years.
Alarm systems (door locks, windows), cameras, lights, digital devices/equipment, appliances, thermostat, etc.
Nothing new or innovative. (see below)
"What can a HomeSeer system do?"
In a nutshell, HomeSeer lets you monitor and control virtually every aspect of your home, including lighting, climate, appliances, audio/video equipment, security systems, shades & blinds, irrigation, energy management and more! And you can monitor and control your home from anywhere in the world.
HomeSeer Feb. 2012 video:
Jan. 2013 top 10 list of various items:
Anonymous, 27 May 2014It's interesting. As others have pointed out, Google have already taken steps towards this. ... moreSamsung phones can already control Samsung TV's, for example. I realise this would encompass more than just that of course. I just wonder how long it take Apple to try and sue Samsung because the iPhone can turn a TV on or off claiming some patent infringment or the other. Watch anyone making a remote control that is similar size to their next iPhone, especially if it rectangular too!
Anonymous, 27 May 2014Vastly different? As someone mentioned below they already have their own home automation integ... moreSamsung could decide just not to support it at all.
But I feel the Apple solution will just get so much support behind it, that Samsung will decide they'd be better off supporting it.
It might not work out that way.
Apple don't seem to fail often though.
But, hey, only time will tell, really.
Anonymous, 27 May 2014lol.. even my 2011 iPhone 4 is faster than 2013 samsung s4(so called octacore crap).. How fast is your iPhone desktop internet? Oh wait on a minute iPhones only have mobile internet not desktop lmfao and you call that a smart phone? And octocore is only released for 3rd world countries without 4g wasn't it, mate I thru my 4s in the bin with my galaxy s4 because they were both crap