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CloudTalkin said:nubus said:CloudTalkin said:nubus said:How can ACSI report that Samsung is ahead of Apple in customer satisfaction for desktops in the US?
I get that Samsung is ahead of Apple in dishwashers, but how can Samsung be ahead in a category they don't have any products in?
Let me repeat: The ACSI survey shows that customers prefer something that doesn't exist (Samsung doesn't sell desktops in the US) to Apple. The Samsung marketing team took that one a bit too far.
I guess the 100 people who bought them really loved their Windows machine!
Just looked them up and wow their Amazon reviews are horrid!!
iKnockoff users will buy these and claim "but but it looks nothing like a Mac!!!!!!"
Nothing new here.justmark said:Reminds of all those Bondi Blue iMac knockoffs back in the day... https://512pixels.net/2016/05/imac-clones/
Reminds me of knockoff Macbooks from Samsung, Knockoff AirPods from Huawei, knockoff iPhones from everyone, knockoff iPads from everyone, knockoff Apple Watches....
iKnockoff users will buy these and claim "but but Apple didn't invent the [insert goalpost here]!!"
History repeating. First they mock you, then they copy you.
wigby said:AppleExposed said:Looks very good and fills a niche.
Is there enough violence and sex to shut up the people claiming Apple's content is too mild and that Apple is trying to be Disney?
I figured when violence and sex appeared they'd move the goal posts to the next irrelevant complaint.
How about the fact every production will be filmed in 4K HDR? No streaming service on Earth has this.
badboybubby said:The storage size wasn't mentioned at all? Is this not an important metric?
For $1099 the iPhone gives you 64GB while the Note gives you 256GB, big difference when you can simultaneously shoot with 4K on multiple cameras.
As for the screen, until the iPhone 11 came about, the Note was recognized as having the A+ screen.
Then the Galaxy S11 will come out, and it will considered the best.
Then the Note 11 and then the iPhone 12 will be top until the next Galaxy flagship or until the iPhone comes along with its new micro led screen perhaps, who knows? It's swings and roundabouts.
To say any of the screens or cameras on any of these phones is significantly better than the other is rubbish really, they both have strengths and weaknesses.
Personally, I'd want more memory on an iPhone, 4GB in 2019 flagship costing up to $1499 is just being cheap. Sure, iOS does better with less ram but it also seems to struggle keeping certain apps open in the background.
Look what happened when apple threw a big battery in their new phones, instant battery god phone, why not double the memory, it wouldn't cost much and you'd make a lot of people happier, even 6GB would have made a difference.
Anyway, both phones are great, choose the one you want.
Galaxy displays suck compared to iPhone because they can't utilize Apple's display tech like True Tone.
iOS_Guy80 said:Working in the pharmaceutical industry he knows how to generate income.