Originally Posted by MiddleGround
Definition of innovation is "to do something in a new way". Not sure why everyone wants me to defend Samsung on here on these things.
Innovations on devices can be clearly seen by using them. Before Apple, Palm and Blackberry innovated. I'm probably showing my age but I had the original Palm and versions after it as well as various Windows CE devices. Each was innovative in its own way.
Samsung has some innovative things including how you interact with the screen, camera technologies and build structure plus it's built on the Android platform which has many innovative ideas baked in.
That being said, Apple is the more innovative company. They nail it in developing products that move the needle and define a market. Or at least they have in some markets.
Again all of this is easy to see if you try different devices. I happen to own one Android device and numerous Apple devices including currently an iPhone and Ipad. I even own an Apple TV and an Apple Airport express. I guess I see the innovations that many other companies bring to the table and love that each drives the other to innovate more for us to enjoy.
Hmm. Interesting. Your prev post just mentions "color and old tech like fingerprint security." I guess you didn't remember the M7 chip, the fingerprint tech is newer/isolated on the chip, new features of the camera on a cell phone, 64 bit A7 chip, the improvements in iOS 7, etc.
So to sum up troll MO:
Say you're a fan since...but bash Apple.
List all your alleged Apple products.
Lie about Apple innovation.
Saying Apple just copies.
I think TS has a full list somewhere.