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post #41 of 47
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Originally Posted by Phone-UI-Guy View Post

Looks like innovation to me.

If you listen to Samscum  Apple doesnt invent anything and if by chance Apple does and it becomes popular then it becomes the defacto standard and everyone including samsuck can copy it just because it is popular.  What a dishonest company.

post #42 of 47
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Originally Posted by CustardCar View Post

In addition, I go on cycle tours for weekends, and fear my battery running out.

In the olden days of my youth, we used to use a dynamo that ran off the wheel rim to power the lights at night, what's to stop you doing the same now, hook wires to a dock connector to charge your phone, it wouldn't really require much in the way of electronics to provide the right current.

You could also use solar panels to charge your battery, anywhere where there is sun.
Better than my Bose, better than my Skullcandy's, listening to Mozart through my LeBron James limited edition PowerBeats by Dre is almost as good as my Sennheisers.
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post #43 of 47
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Originally Posted by mausz View Post

See post #2, samsung have had this technology in AMOLED displays for some years now (if I recall correctly it was introduced with the first Galaxy S)

Economies of scale.

In the years since Samsung started using Amoled, they have barely shipped enough phones equipped with them to provide one quarter of iPhone sales, let alone half a years worth.

AMOLED is still not feasible for iPhones due to the sheer number of them required.
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post #44 of 47

Why the **** do you need two pieces of glass, taking up a total of 0.8mms?

post #45 of 47

Could you stop saying Samscum? we get it, you hate Samsung out of some misplaced loyalty.

post #46 of 47

I simply wanted a better battery in my phone. I don't think that's an unreasonable request, yet it seems to have got shot down. Shame.

 

And wizard69 - I resent the suggestion that my comment was 'assinine' (I guess you added the extra 's' for effect or perhaps to call me an ass? I'm hoping my pointing out your spelling error (without the usual 'sic' to hint you knew your mistake) returns the favour). I think from the number of people I've encountered with their phones charging at work because they forgot to plug them in the night before, or people who've told me their phone's almost dead as they had forgotten to charge it that night, that it's quite a reasonable comment. 

post #47 of 47
I said this like 2 months ago.. I also said they were gonna use corning glass 2 and get 3D Maps before everyone knew.. Does anybody actually pay attention to my posts?
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