That's why Apple is Samsung's #1 customer.
What does that have to do with the fact that Samsung uses worse materials on their own devices than on Apple devices when sometimes they make both(like screens, for example, even if LG is stealing the show. Samsung screens are much worse then Apple screens. Do you like oversaturated pentile shit? Or maybe we should talk about processors and GPUs and how Samsung's equivalents are un-optimized battery hogs lower performance shit.), so they produce worse devices, because they trust so much on the stupidity of Korean/stupid SammyFanboys internet keyboard warriors to defend them?
Samsung is great when better minds tell them what and how to do it. They have no problems with local laws (because they are the law) and can get the job done cheaply.
Apple gives the brain, Samsung gives those small hands that no one in korea (or on other plants) cares.
Samsung is great when better minds tell them what and how to do it.
I'll agree with a rewording of this: Samsung is quite good at taking instructions and following them to the letter. That's what makes them so successful as a parts supplier, and I think that's the only business they should be in going forward.
There's your "Oops" moment.
How else can Samsung even attempt to copy Apple's ecosystem unless one of their managers uses and analyzes it?
But seriously, it took Apple 10 years to build out the iTunes ecosystem. And it's been at least 4 years since Apple began work on iCloud (if you count MobileMe.) Good luck with your iTunes ecosystem + iCloud clone, Samsung. Lotta work to do there.
jragosta wrote: »
This merely proves one thing. Samsung hires smart people.
philboogie wrote: »
I know a webmaster @ Samsung. He requested a company provided iPhone because most people looked at their mobile site from an iPhone. He got it, even upgraded to a 5 because of the new screen AR.
I'll defend Apple from idiots and liars. I'll defend anyone from idiots and liars.
Thats rich TS. Coming from YOU of all people. Remember your lies about me on this forum. You LIED about my Email address being a fake. You LIED about me having been banned and coming back under another name.
I really do not appreciate your hypocrisy and your lack of integrity. An honest person would have admitted his mistake, retracted the untrue allegation and apologized.
You have NO right to criticise others. No right at all.
If by "gear" you don't mean "software!"
bleh1234 wrote: »
Sohn only started at Samsung August this year. Common sense dictates that he was already in the Apple Ecosystem before being hired by Samsung. And only a fool would abandon his established ecosystem because of a new position.
pedromartins wrote: »
A smart person would know that the iPhone absolutely destroys the Nexus on every single logical way, by a large margin.
However he says the GN is faster, when it isn't, and has a better screen, when it doesn't.
He's just another stupid fanboy that (despite his position) has no knowledge about both products, even if he has a decent/rational notion of reality.
Don't get excited chaps, this is just good salesmanship.
Yes he uses Apple products for overall integration, but his key statement is he feels Samsung makes the best phone. Of course he would say that, he wants to keep his job and he has to convenience some that Samsung are best at something. Just wait, Samsung are now busy copying iTunes and iCloud.
Yes most Apple iPhone users know better, like me I'm sure many have tried Samsung's latest S3, too big for the hand phone. An OK phone in a cheap plastic case, a lesser screen, with the same Google Maps as now on the iPhone.
Yes Samsung makes more phones and more models. They sure do, they make lots of anything and hope they sell.
Most sell at depressed prices, to those who only look at the initial cost. Even their highly regarded S3 was free here before release and again on Black Friday.
The latest of my friends to buy an "out of date free" Samsung phone have no idea how to run them online. Their main objective was a low cost thin phone, which would do msgs. When they realized they could go on the web, they tried but were not very successful, so have forgotten about the web. Believe me this is a current REAL true story.
Here are some interesting phone facts: http://wallstcheatsheet.com/stocks/apple-chart-of-the-day-enough-to-scare-bears-away.html/?utm_source=Contextly&utm_medium=RelatedLinks&utm_campaign=Interesting
stelligent wrote: »
Btw, I note that you're free to use the term idiots but when I use it, you usurp your moderator privileges to sanction me. What hypocrisy.
Both of you, go get a dictionary and look up the word "usurp."
A pepsi delivery man can get fired for drinking a bottle of coke. Surely this guy has enough sense to realize he should be using his company's products whenever possible.
Whoa, I hope that's not true. What a horrible world... sounds like some Blade Runner-like movie, really.
I have, and I don't see how they support the use of the word the way you two are using it. Defending its use with insults won't make it right, either.
With due respect to your valued contributions to the forum.
First time I've heard that.
So going up the ladder is it Spelling Stalin, Grammar Nazi, and Language Taliban?
He was right. The fact synonyms used in a second interpretation are what you actually meant does not imply that you can use any slightly related word. Also, I'll reuse "Language Taliban", it's pretty cool.
Or maybe a Taal-iban.