raptoroo7 wrote: »
Too band the iphone can't do two things at once and SIRI sucks compared to Google Now. I compared both yesterday, Google Now won hands down.
Just as aside, this is the article photo that Neowin included in their story.
Show of hands from everyone who for a split second couldn't tell them apart.
slurpy wrote: »
While the iPhone story got alike a billion youtube views, was posted on every single blog on the internet, shared by every single mainstream views organization, and became a mockable "thing" for Apple hating turds and trolls to mock for months (and even Apple "fans"), this won't make a fucking peep. Not that it should, but it shows the hypocrisy of all these Android fans, who now wont give a shit.
fallenjt wrote: »
Google Now is also a Siri copycat.[/URL]
They don't need advertising the phone is doing quite well on its own. Have you seen the photo comparisons, S6/Edge vs iPhone 6/6+ I can tell you the iPhone did NOT win. Don't blame it on 6 month old phone either, the upcoming phone in 6 months will likely have the same crappy lens configuration.
Some tech reviewers have liked the Samsung photos better, and some have said the iPhone still takes better shots. It all comes down to how you expect a photo to look and which attributes you prefer or give more points to in a comparison.
diplication wrote: »
This isn't a design flaw, it's a feature! When you hear the sound-of-glass-breaking alert, your S6 if telling you that you've sat down with your phone in your back pocket. Additionally, you are provided the haptic feedback of broken glass slicing through your buttocks.
How can you even move?
Just to be clear, since these details weren't in the original story:
The S6 and the iPhone both _bent_ at 110 lbs, but the iPhone took up to 179 lb before catastrophic failure (ie broke, dead phone). The S6 only made it to 149 lbs before it was kaput.
(The HTC One M9 made it to 120 lbs without bending, but then it broke)
Fandroids are going nuts over this - it's not uncommon to see the accusation that Apple paid for this test, and the S6 would never bend in real-world use. One guy said no customer has complained about it bending yet (!)- perhaps not surprising since the S6 hasn't actually been released to the general public yet.
Failing worse than the iPhone shows there's more to making a quality copy (i.e., copying-to-own or "stealing" a technology) than meets the eye.
And the S6 display was sorely cracked at 120 lbs.
When I first saw Squaretrade's video it had 19,000 views. Now it's up to 115,000.
It'll be very interesting to see the post count by tomorrow. Then we'll really know just how true the idea that "bad news about Apple sells" while "bad news about Android gets quickly forgotten".
I see you skipped the early Power Macs completely.
PowerPC 6100/60 FOR LYFE
Yea the majority of those guys are arguing the wrong points. The real test should have been the iphone 6 vs the s6 vs the edge. As the 6 + is a phablet and has titanium inserts. Whereas the iphone 6 does not and bends at 70 lbs.
Thats only 600 people that know about the site. There are very likely many more people experiencing this issue. The only way we could get official numbers is through apple and we all know that wont happen.
thewhitefalcon wrote: »
Lets see, sitting around me right now:
iBook G3 clamshell
PowerBook G4 12"
2 PowerBook G4 17"
PowerBook G4 Titanium
Power Mac G4 Quicksilver
Power Mac G4 Cube
Various iPods, iPhones, an iPad.