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So i'm going to sell my metal iPhone 5 to buy the exact same one in plastic...
2 months, 3 weeks ago on First hands-on impressions of the iPhone 5s and 5c [Roundup]
4.3 inches in length? :P
4 months, 3 weeks ago on iPhone 5S delayed to change screen size [Rumor]
I'm not a fan of Apple's iPhones, but this is just weird... lol
5 months ago on Samsung's latest jab at Apple's iPhone is just plain... weird [video]
5 months, 4 weeks ago on iOS 7 unveiled, features new user interface, Control Center, Multitasking
I really don't wanna hate... and I'm not and this is my honest opinion...I think all the concept videos kind of point to an Android-like experience/interface.Again, not hating, it's an observation.
6 months, 2 weeks ago on Rumor: iOS 7 to take on "black, white and flat" look, unveiling at WWDC 2013, release this fall
Chrome is starting to become a gaming environment
6 months, 3 weeks ago on Google I/O
Ain't nobody trynna buy a $649 Galaxy S4 "Nexus"
Galaxy S4 Nexus :P
Stock Galaxy S4 is real!
Yes it is
Is this All Access something like Spotify?
All Access is kinda cool
Game crashed xD
A flat design will make iOS look like a MIUI Rom
6 months, 3 weeks ago on Colorful budget iPhone mockup ruined by hideous iOS 7 concept [images]
@TiP_Cam The problem with people expecting Apple to re-mind blow us is that other companies that do offer new technologies are being overlooked. For example NFC. NFC is awesome technology and can be useful for many things, but it won't become a standard until Apple decides to go along with it, which to Apple's advantage is good, but they can "choose" to keep the technology back until they think they are ready for it, and the whole world will rave because Apple "invented" NFC. So in a way, the decline in Apple's power to amuse is not entirely bad. It will gives other companies a chance to lead in innovation and technology. Nobody wants the same president for 50 years in a row, even though he is good, a change is always welcome. Android and Windows Phone have come a long way and deserve just as much attention as iOS. Notice how I "forgot" to mention Blackberry? :D At this point I doesn't really matter who brings something mind blowing to the table, it could be Blackberry for all I care, just as long as it takes technology and innovation in a different direction. I think it's safe to say that we are all bored of current technology and are now arguing over gimmicks. A simple UI overhaul is not enough to blow our minds, we need the hardware to be different.
8 months ago on Former influential Apple software engineer, Alan Kay criticizes the company's direction
@TiP_Cam If you compare what other companies brought to the table recently, even though you might not refer to it as "mind blowing", they have more to offer than Apple. All these new features some might call "gimmicky" are still fun to have (even though you don't use them), rather than giving you what you need. To look at the same UI for almost a decade and to "hype up" a new product at every launch dressed in the same UI is getting old, people are starting to notice and are looking into alternatives. For example HTC did really good this year with the HTC One, I would almost go as far as to say that it might be preferred over the Galaxy S4. Reviewers are already raving about it being mostly better than the iPhone 5, so Apple needs to step up this year or things will continue to go down hill fast. The least advised thing they can do this year is keep the same old iOS look, though Apple die-hards will still buy those new devices, it's still pushing the limit of people's patience.
@TiP_Cam if you look at the iPad Mini and the new iPod Nanos, It's fair to say no. Even though Apple's designs have not all been "Apple inspired", the Nano more than obviously looks like something Nokia would have made, also Steve also said that he would never make a 7 inch tablet, as soon as he is no more, the company does exactly that... if you can name one new Apple product that raised the bar in innovation or brought something completely new and mind blowing to us after Steve Jobs passed away, I'll pay you. They have become followers and other companies see their weakness are taking advantage of it. Companies now compete more directly with Samsung than with Apple, remember when it was the other way around?
The only advantage Apple had over other companies was Steve Jobs... I said it.
Is it me or do iPhone concept designers have subtle dreams of sending iPhone's design in the direction of Android phones...? I mean no home key, software buttons, bigger screen, better resolution... their probably too stubborn to admit it anyway.
8 months ago on Awesome iPhone 6 and 4.8-inch “iPhone Plus” concepts designed – wider displays, and no Home Button anywhere [gallery]
Well if Apple can whine about everything... why can't other companies?
8 months ago on iTunes app URLs demoted by Google? [UPDATE: A server issue is to blame]