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 So, just to be clear, you don't disagree with me?  Samsung's earnings didn't decrease because of a decrease in sales?  Good, I'm glad we're on the same page.
 Again, this isn't due to lower revenues and therefore isn't due to lower sales.  It is due to an increase in expenses.
This can't be blamed on competition because revenue is actually up slightly from Q3 2013 and up significantly from Q4 2012.  Revenues are perfectly correlated with sales, so sales couldn't have declined unless per-device margins increased.   This drop in profits is due to increased expenses.
   You both are missing the point.  I'm not comparing the Moto G to the 5C.  I'm saying that there is plenty of room at the low end of the market for Apple to sell a profitable iPhone. And sog35, I've watched several in depth video reviews about the Moto G and none complained about slow or choppy performance.  They cut costs by eliminating the LTE radio and choosing a lower quality camera, among other cutbacks.  Nothing that they cut out leads to a bad experience,...
The Moto G is a perfect example of cheap but not junk. It's a fantastic device that makes very few compromises to reach its $180 price point. Apple could match that phone in design and capabilities and sell it for $250 or less off contract to maintain its high margins.
No, it was realized that a much larger screen could be comfortably used with one hand, especially when the bezel around the screen was minimized.
The higher resolution would be required for a 4.8" display. The current Retina resolution would fall to 272 ppi if it were stretched over 4.8".But even the current Retina display is noticeably less sharp than the 1080p displays on the market. For example, the Moto X has a pixel density of about 316 ppi, which is almost identical to the 326 of the iPhone. It's perfectly satisfactory for most people, but when you hold it side by side with the HTC One, which has the same...
I looked through the patent and to me it seems overly broad. It covers every possible variation of user interaction with a keyboard and autocorrect as long as the keys are pressed and a word is suggested. It's not limited at all to the way Apple implements auto correct in iOS. It seems too broad to even allow predictive word suggestion, which isn't covered in the patent. The only method of autocorrect that seems to get around this is the swipe functionality built into...
Thank you for posting research-based evidence on infection rates.
 Your username made me laugh.  Your post not so much.
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