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I don't think Apple thought it was a mistake. I think Apple just didn't believe the technology was right previously to release larger phones which didn't have to compromise performance.
I was in Sears the other day and saw a really nice looking GE refrigerator. Then I saw a Samsung refrigerator that looked just like the GE refrigerator. Go figure.
THat is the point of the article though. Samsung is ramping up screen technology, but it's processors can't keep up ultimately leading to poorer performance.
Right. Then tell us how all those gmail accounts got hacked by China, and how Google was communicating with the NSA to investigate the attack. That was in all in the news. It simply lacks credibility for him to say that Google never talked to the NSA. This guy is an a used tampon.
The iPhone faired better than most phones similarly sized which states a lot considering they are thinner. The videos of people strenuously exerting a tremendous amount of force onto one point of the phone and it merely bending tells me the phone is quite resilient and people are stupid.
That is easy. Higher local taxes. In China, Apple probably had to pay a little extra to overcome the regulatory hurdle to bring the phone to market.
LOL. You forgot the sarcasm tag.
The masses influence Apple quite often. For instance Apple wasn't going to make an iPod for windows initially. Further people were clamoring for Apple to making a phone for years prior to Apple actually announcing one. Apple also was not going to offer an app store for the iPhone initially but instead only web apps.Apple is also inspired by other companies occasionally. For example Google's now feature.None of this means that Apple is not an innovative company which it...
Apple is singular. For instance, Apple is not perfect. Further Apple is not a they it is an it.
Hey that is clever I didn't catch that before.
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