Ok so this probably doesn't answer your question. But i just watched that South Park iphone/human centipede episode... I think it's scarred me, cause now whenever i hear someone talk about a new apple product i just envision Kyle eating some Asian dudes poop and my reaction is "Oh God NO! Whyyyyyy! Whyyyyyy!"
apple never fails to disappoint. I'm not gonna get it, I don't have that kind of cash lying around and I have well working 3 year old samsung I honestly have no idea how apple is able to sell the pretty much same phone every year for a shitload of money
Alright the sapphire crystal was a perfect Idea I said they should do that last year glad they actually did now phones won't shatter ! Total plus the size is better but I won't lie I like having it small it's perfect for me but I know it's for competing with android. But over all I'll buy it down the road not right now but I'm excited :)
I thinks it is a mix of samsung, android, and amazons fire phone. I don't thinks there is such "innovations" on it. they don't even have specific app for plus or specifically designed pen. and after the leakage of celebrity photos I'm not too sure about the security of the apple pay which was fire phones feature.
I'll sum it up like this *medicore specs * weak battery * too large to be smallish, so it loses the size advantage * lots of bragging over very little
harsh i know, but after looking at its specs and comparing them to other phones available i see that it's a run o the mill phone that costs more than its competitors. Its only selling points are the OS, which i personally don't like due to the lack of customization, and its relatively small size compared to the other on the market (however it's still too large to be considered small).
To me it looks like apple got too big, too fast. Now they're running out of ideas. Samsung and the android actually listen to people and what they want. Apple is a sell out. Telling people what they want. I agree with another person who said apple is slowly dying
i dont think either. I think its quite attractive and reasonably built for today’s standard phone needs but I wouldn’t personally buy it because I already have an iPhone that is just as capable. Maybe not as fast or efficiently but it still does the job.
The thing about technology is it’s like a sprawling city. Once you build a town you begin building and building for improvement. Same goes for a smart phones. An idea is born (equivalent to a town) and is built, it is tested and used until finally somebody sparks an idea to improve on top of the idea that was once a new. Those ideas (although aren’t completely original) are for improvement and to maximize what we already have, make sense? That’s what the IPhone 6 is all about.
Bottom line there is no innovation involved. It is just an improvement. Until I see the new ideas pop in the iPhones, then I will most likely purchase it.
I think it looks cool and all but I dont think having one is matter of life and death as some people think with the whole brands thing. If people get it thats cool just dont want people to go on about it all the time :)