http://pocketnow.com/2012/09/11/false-advertising-apple-vs-nokia/ wrote:On the other hand, Apple’s response to false advertising, at least in the case about their iPhone 3G’s “Twice as fast for half the price” claim, was as follows, “Plaintiff’s claims, and those of the purported class, are barred by the fact that the alleged deceptive statements were such that no reasonable person in Plaintiff’s position could have reasonably relied on or misunderstood Apple’s statements as claims of fact,” In other words, Apple says you’re a fool for believing their advertisements.
Novocaine wrote:I'm just waiting to see if Samsung will sue them for using 4g.
Sathias wrote:I've seen nothing that would tempt me back from the Android camp. They are relying on having a rabid fanbase who will accept minor improvements as a reason to upgrade IMO.
SaNE wrote:Here's what changed when they 'started from scratch'.
It's taller for a 5th row of apps, lucky are those who can hold it and use all 5+1 rows without awkward thumb/grip.
Metal back plate (technically uni-body), which looks garbage and like the iPhone 4 but worse.
New processor, uses marginally less battery.
A smaller battery, for less standby and talk.
iOS6 (because they were really out of numbers after 5.1.1).
Supports LTE Globally, different versions for different country (that's like, an amazing feature man).
A different connector which names the same as Thunderbolt, looks worse than the 30 pin for docking (they do have an adapter which you can purchase though, probably with a 20+ dollar price tag).[/quote
Looks worse? It's a cable :\
Here's what's missing.Battery Life.
As said earlier, the battery life is *better* than the iPhone 4S.They've really dropped the ball with it and as such the Lumia is by far the most Innovative phone this year, just need to find out how well Windows Phone 8 works and whether to go Windows or Android.
Fireslide wrote:Basically, apples innovation got them the best seat at the mobile phone table when they previous had none, but now they need to keep actually innovating to keep that seat.
Ninja Catfish wrote:So Samsung's Galaxy S3, the closest competitor, which has a screen that is wider and taller than the iPhone 5, would be worse yeah?
I happen to quite like the aluminium, especially the black. Much nicer than then gross flimsy plastic used in other phones, and will be more durable than the glass back panel of the 4.
And has near double the performance. I don't see this as a negative.
The iPhone 5 has a better battery life than the 4S...
iOS6 is a major release, not a point update. Typically point updates for operating systems are for bug fixes, not for a laundry list of new features.
A necessity given the different types of 4G used throughout the world. At least I'll get the same CPU in the iPhone 5 regardless of where I buy it from.
Looks worse? It's a cable :\
As said earlier, the battery life is *better* than the iPhone 4S.
How is the Lumia 'innovative'? A wider range of colours counts as innovation now?
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