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A phone that can't make phone calls or connect to a wireless network isn't going to sell very well.
Good to see this resolved and resolved outside out of the courtroom too.
Glad to see so many of them writing for iPad too. Perhaps someone could convince Facebook and Spotify to do the same?
I can see the logic though. Symbian has never been a particularly strong consumer brand. Most people buying Nokia smartphones are buying them because of the Nokia brand.
Yes!! They'll be copying Apple's new notification system next!!
Was there ever an official explanation of how Apple arrived at these values?I assume the 44% includes iPod touch and iPad sales. However, I'm also wondering whether these figures are for the US only. If not, where's Symbian? If Android is on 28% then Symbian should be on around the same percentage - far bigger than the "other" slice of the pie. If Symbian has for some reason been removed then why? The chart says "Mobile Installed Base" so the reason can't be that Apple no...
If you're going to make a claim like this, at least back it up with some figures. How many hours less battery life should a user expect in real world conditions? What's the cost for the first IM service connected to? What's the cost for subsequent services?
No, just standard indoor photos at a distance of 1-2 metres.
I agree with all of the comments above. The controller has way more in common with the Nintendo DS (release date: 2004) than it does with the iPad (release date: 2010). I know it's hard to believe but not everything in the world is a rip-off of something that Apple has done.
Yes, I'd love to see an iPhone with a Xenon flash. The LED flash is practically useless.
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