Infographic gets all rumors about the next iPhone under one painted roof
0. phoneArena 27 Jun 2011, 09:08 posted on
Infographic Labs has taken the time to create a cool recap with the various rumors and educated (or not so educated) guesses about how the next iPhone will look like, and what new functions it might have...
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1. Synack (unregistered)
Who honestly gives a s**t about this. Apple is playing catch up on their phone. Write more articles about new technology that's being put into Android phones. Not OMG iPhone5 gonna have teh dual-corez!!!? And a slightly bigger screen?!?
5. taco50 (banned) (Posts: 5506; Member since: 08 Oct 2009)
You cared enough to read the article and comment...
6. quakan (Posts: 990; Member since: 02 Mar 2011)
See what your doing is being unfair, you're comparing the iPhone (a phone) to Android (an operating system). Apple releases one phone per year and when it's released it always meets the market's standards at the min. if not exceeds them. On the other hand, there are numerous companies (Motorola, Samsung, HTC, LG, etc) who produce many phones in one year that run the Android OS so really they are competing with the other companies who produce Android phones also. That's why those companies look to provide the best hardware specs even though the under the hood they are all running the same most recent Android version (Gingerbread, Froyo, etc), for the most part. They all basically do the same thing because of the OS but the companies get you on wanting the phone with the highest specs and best functionality.
2. BoggieEJ (unregistered)
Well........ Apple is the one who opened the market for Smart devices, If someone says that Apple is dum and they don't deserve a chance, then that person is truly wrong cause Apple is the one who opened the gate for other manufacturers !
4. zealcrest (Posts: 7; Member since: 23 May 2011)
I am not a Apple lover but your statement is true
3. Droid_X_Doug (Posts: 4721; Member since: 22 Dec 2010)
And it is not as if Apple is losing market share (unlike 2 former heavyweights in the cellphone business...).