Anders, 29 Jul 2023Samsung's shipments fell 37%, Apple's shipments by only 6%. Apple leads the market w... moreExactly! When you follow the market leader's anti-featues but fail to deliver on their actual features people care about (iMessage, seamless continuity between phone and desktop), of course you'll do poorly in the market.
Apple dominates North America where most people earn 3000usd a month so they don’t care about the price. Not to mention some of their devices can run 6-7 years with a simple battery change.
Samsung now became “hot garbage” with their choices, they remind me of Nokia in the old dumbphone era before it got kicked out of the game, odd shaped impractical phones, bad hardware combination, tryhard marketing gimmicks, no brand value, no services, expensive beyond reasonable.
Pixel went up because some people found out the 7a is cheap and you can install Graphene, Lineage, Calix on them in a simple manner just like dealing with your home printer. There’s a niche for customers who don’t want Google, Microsoft, Facebook spying on them for sure.
Daemon Targaryen, 29 Jul 2023It's time to educate some Apple fanboys (and I'm typing this from an iPhone SE 2022)... moreWell, and now iPhones are the best selling phones worldwide. All brands just copy them.
So, who was right? Your dead LG or Apple?
2005 patent by Ferren and Hillis for multi-touch gestures
Apple wins historically important patent for a GUI that Interprets Finger Gestures in 2007 so how did htc got the right hmm
Anonymous, 29 Jul 20231. Everyone know that a new feature from Apple are old features from Samsung phone 3-4 years b... moreAmericans buy iPhones, because they get better prices on a 2-year contract than with Samsung. That's all.
All you write is nonsense.
Daemon Targaryen, 29 Jul 2023This is why the mobile industry has been trash the last 5 years. Because Apple is winning and ... moreIn your previous reply to me, you said that Samsung doesn't copy Apple and that it doesn't matter how popular iPhones are. Yet here you are saying everyone copies Apples philosophy of constantly removing features because Apple is winning the smartphone market.
You can't have it both ways genius 🤣🤣
potato4k, 29 Jul 2023The only innovative Chinese brand was Huawei. They were in the radio and chip business. Thus t... moreXiaomi and BbK do not have telecon structure like Huawei.
They have never been labeled as spy
First touch gestures was LG Prada and apple got it iOS 5
It's time to educate some Apple fanboys (and I'm typing this from an iPhone SE 2022)...
Touch gestures on mobile phones were not invented by Apple. Palm webOS had it in 2009 just like they had wireless charging which iPhone didn't get both until 2017 with the iPhone 8 and X.
Matias Duarte worked for Palm. He helped created the card UI in webOS. He moved to Google in 2010. Android didn't get touch gestures until 2018 or a year after iPhone X came out. But Google didn't really ripoff Apple if Duarte was there. It was Apple ripping off Duarte's own work from Palm released 8 years prior.
By 2011, RIM/BlackBerry also had touch gestures on their tablet, PlayBook. QNX eventually evolved to BB10 for smartphones. Actually, Apple ripped off that webOS card UI more subtly with their Safari app by iOS7 in 2013. When you close tabs, you see a card UI carousel.
iMessage is a BlackBerry Messenger ripoff that we didn't get until iOS5.
Tell me, when did larger displays, wireless charging, fast charging, widgets, a file manager, and PiP come to iOS again? Several years after Android came out. There was no video recorder on iPhone until 3GS. No front camera until iPhone 4. We didn't get the ability to hide apps from the homescreen until iOS14.
It wasn't until iOS14 is when I felt iOS got closer to Android and it's still incapable to add torrent apps or emulators on it out of the box. No MX Player app where you can listen to the movie if screen is turned off. No NewPipe to remove seeing YouTube ads.
Before iPhone, other phones had...
Only 7 years ago, my LG G5 (Sprint variant) and LG V20 (T-Mobile variant) had all of the above. My PSP which was released 19 years ago has a removable battery, expandable storage, and headphone jack. I just installed a new battery for the PSP 2K in only recently and I think the PSP can outlive all of us. Can still work even if the battery is completely dead.
The more Apple keeps on winning, the more consumers keeps on losing. But their users are so blind. Apple are the biggest con artists in human history.
potato4k, 29 Jul 2023False what? LOL. Can you even create a full sentence?https://www.reddit.com/r/hardware/comments/a23cwu/samsungs_folding_screen_tech_has_been_stolen_and/
potato4k, 29 Jul 2023False what? LOL. Can you even create a full sentence?Are really getting mad because he gave you proof
Apple Rules, 29 Jul 2023False!! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_Huawei?wprov=sfla1False what? LOL. Can you even create a full sentence?
Apple Rules, 29 Jul 2023False!! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_Huawei?wprov=sfla1Don’t put proof going blame apple for everything
Anders, 29 Jul 2023Samsung's shipments fell 37%, Apple's shipments by only 6%. Apple leads the market w... moreTech enthusiasts are so out of touch with the average buyer. No one cares that Samsung removed 1440p or the jack or the SD card. Some tech nerds but they maybe account for 5% of consumers, and that's generous. It's all about marketing.
potato4k, 29 Jul 2023The Chinese brands and Apple are on different customer segment, with very tiny overlap. People... moreThat's really American way of thinking
I buy android phone because i feel it's better than iphone
potato4k, 29 Jul 2023The only innovative Chinese brand was Huawei. They were in the radio and chip business. Thus t... moreFalse!! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_Huawei?wprov=sfla1