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I hope that if Apple feels the need to make a 5'' iPhone that they keep the 4'' version too. I don't understand the usefullness of a phablet. For those with not so good eyesight there is allready a solution to that problem. It's been in use for several 100years, tested and found to work.  
  +1 I would like to know if the suppliers were over promising or if Apple was gambling on their quest to get the iMac thinner and thinner.
If these features don't drive consumer demand it should be easy for Samsung to remove those. As long as they don't do it, halt the sales; looks easy to me! 
Could Apple just shift the production of the 9.7" screens to LG and let Sharp make the smaller ones?  
Would Apple go again with just one supplier? Maybe TSMC for the iPhone on 28nm and Samsung on 32nm for the iPad? Hopefully they can find a few more reliable suppliers for the chips.  
  Sorry but Apple isn't claiming that the iP4 can't do turn by turn. I have got an iP4 and turn by turn navigation works perfectly. When you install iOS6 the iP4 will do the trick. Don't know about the 3GS.
  I read that Julie Larson-Green was one of the responsible software engineers for the tiles/Metro look!
I can't understand that just porting the same idea and technology to a different device makes said idea patentable again. It is not new, just slapped on a different device.
Well, according to this report on the german web page n-tv.de IDC does so: In the report they are claiming that Apple has just 50% of the tablet market and 14% of the smart phone market (world wide).  And they claim these numbers are not devices sold but devices in use. However they do not link to the IDC report! Find the report here via Google...
  But Samsung isn't really making a lot of profit with TV sets. Most of the profit in the consumer electronics division stems from smart phone displays:   "Earnings at the consumer-electronics division that makes TVs jumped 66 percent to 760 billion won, exceeding the 542.5 billion-won median of the analysts’ estimates compiled by Bloomberg. The display business had a profit of 750 billion won, also higher than the 600 billion-won estimate. While flat-screen TV sales...
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