I really hoped for something edge-to-edge like this:
No home button, software enabled virtual bezel... Perfect gadget!
Still, LTE and HD is good enough upgrade for me anyways.
Well, if they have been doing this already and even plan to grow, this seems like a proven success for them. It is opposite to our experience - after dealing with Indian outsources, what we are left with is a bunch of unmaintainable, poorly designed code only good to be thrown away.
I do not think Apple has a ground on the last three patents in the list.Apple's implementation of auto-correct is a joke and not even worth copying.Can be easily worked around.Must be a prior art.
Where the heck the patents that truly define the iPhone experience?
-Capacitive touch screen
-Multi-touch gestures like pinch-to-zoom, rotate
-Screen transitions on a mobile device as way to work around display size limitations
You're kidding, right? What about Smart-cover use cases (video, picture frame, you name it) or do you use the Smart-cover just to well cover?It's the home button that makes apps getting quit accidentally.
Well, I was hoping for an edge-to-edge display in a bezelless and buttonless design, with the virtual bezel switchable on and off, and the home button replaced with gestures. Would be cool for board games and other apps benefiting from max real estate.
My 20 month old toddler keeps accidentally clicking on a home button when she solves puzzles so the home button going away would be nice as well.
If both LCD and back panel have the same form factor then it won't happen this...