hngfr wrote: »
Apple should use the 60% stronger aluminium it uses in the Apple Watch, would make it lighter too.
Yes no point in having a stronger but thinner material, it would be just equal strength with less mass, so same problem when it comes to bending.
I was trying again to point out that the alloys in the Apple Watch are amorphous, Apple can manufacture an aluminium alloy that is 60% stronger BUT only when moulded not milled.
APPLE bought the rights to LIQUIDMETAL technology which would produce an indestructible phone case. It's not a cheap metal but it is exactly what thin phones really need for toughness. It might have been cheaper in the long run for Apple to sacrifice some of their massive profit margin by using it on the 6, rather than paying the price for what turned out to be massive false economy using a cheap grade of soft and cheap aluminum.
Ahhhh. So Samsung hasn't sold very many of their larger sized phones after all! Haven't heard a peep from fashion houses adjusting pocket sizes to accomadate Samedung. Take that.
Logical fallacy. This says nothing about Samsung's sale of larger phones. It just says that those who have fashion haven't been the buyers!
The 5.5" iPhone may have the same lifespan as the 5c. Here today gone next year.
Gone huh? iPhone 5c is still in the lineup... for years to come, I imagine.
Year to come.