Wow a smartphone user who is too smart to use iPhone. I wonder who is more dumb, one who use a dead end phone which is not upgradable like android or one whose phone can be upgradable all the time like an iPhone.
My 2centsIt's either or.If you buy the win rt version you can't run regular win applications and if you buy the pro version you can't run mobile apps.MS is trying to have its cake to detriment of its partners because they will always undersell them.I just wonder will the intel i5 chip makes it a hot plate to fry eggs when you run regular win applications on the pro.It maybe a hit ,hey, even the Fire was one until people discover its uselessness.
Street view is niche, does it help me to navigate, no.
I need a map to help me navigate to a place but I don't need something static which offers no help in getting from point A to B.
I can live without Google Maps.
According to the firm's calculations, every 3-month lengthening of the iPhone upgrade cycle would reduce U.S. shipments by 1.3 million units and global shipments by 3.5 million units during the fourth quarter of 2012.
I wonder whether they had taken into consideration the fact that Apple now introduce the iPhone at different time frames throughout the year so that there is a consistency in the number of phone sold and whatever the loss in sale in the US could easily be...
This idea is much better than what Nokia is proposing which is a complete revamp of the sim and there is no backward compatibility whereas this proposal of Apple will ensure all the past and present mobile phones can be used.