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franklinjackcon said:I get the feeling you're missing the point of the criticism aimed at Apple. Even if the next iPhone is the best phone on the planet, it'll still just be a phone. There are only incremental improvements each year. Comparing Apple to Samsung now is like saying in 2006 that HP is doing well compared to Dell, sure they were still making good products but there's minimal innovation. Each time Apple tries to innovate, it's ho hum. Siri is limited, the Watch was ordinary at best, Music and Maps are me-too services that rely on owning the platform. It's the smaller companies that are changing the world now that Apple is a corporate behemoth. They're the new Microsoft.
Game is Over, infact it was an imposible competition. If Samsung hadAndroid there may have been a chance. ecosystem will prohibit samsung to win now