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Apple is now 6 years lagging behind the world, e.g. 5G modem in 2025. No break-through in house apps, e.g. still the same Contacts app of 5 years ago. Poor HomeKit & Siri than Google Home & Assistant. Poor ergonomic screen design, you have to press buttons with your fingers flying to every corner of the screen to do simple tasks, the bigger the screen, the longer distance your fingers need to travel.
my friend told me that his iPhone 6s is as fast as his son’s iPhone X. I asked him how come. He said it’s because he never updates the iOS and thus able to retain the original speed. Comparing to my iPhone 6 Plus with the current iOS version, his iPhone 6s runs like the Flash. And, he keeps the lovely 32-bit games which I have to forget because there’s no more 32-bit version.
frankly, my kids are using latest iPhone versions. But I find nowhere near to upgrade mine. Apple, do you know your problems?
At war, you’ll destroy, instead of negotiating about the a military base of your enemy. If Trade War is a real war, Huawei is a critical military base of China.
Will Huawei R.I.P.? It’s quite resilience and refuses to die, I believe.
Huawei’s weakness is lack of USD / Florine currencies to buy foreign parts / startup companies out of mainland China and Hong Kong.
But why no one is paying attention to Huawei strategy of giving up the current arena (5G infrastructure and mobile phone) but instead it’s moving fast in the Edge Computing?
In Edge Computing era / post-cloud-computing-era, Huawei has the dominant edge of 1.3 billion people in mainland China who will be mandated to use Huawei’s IoT. Centralised clouds and mobile phones will be soon in obsolete.
Huawei is still an horrible threat if they do the right thing.
iOS_Guy80 said:Started with Phillips Hue, continue to add to the Phillips Hue system, my number one smart home device/lighting ecosystem.
Will the C series from GE fix the problem a the cloud level?