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Originally Posted by Norb Damn I'm going through a rough patch myself, anyone knows what drugs he's on seems like a nice reality to live in. "the new BlackBerry 10...
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03-18-2013, 11:09 PM #43
Honestly I hope BB is successful with the blackberry 10. I used to use blackberry, loved it! The blackberry play book is one of the best tablets on the market. Only problem, no apps. If they could get the apps, blackberry could be successful. The more competition the better. Go Blackberry!
03-19-2013, 01:34 AM #44
who really does multitasking with more then 3-6 apps at once?
Copy something in Notes, Paste it into Safari, send a text message, open Modmyi app, play some music with Pandora, close Notes
03-19-2013, 02:32 AM #45
This guy... Lol!!!!!!! His whole attitude, thought process, words... All of it - just a big lol!!!!
Blackberry calls iPhone outdated!!!! LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!
I would also like to add ... For those of you who take articles like this as serious stuff... This was a news-grab for BB, trying to steal a cycle with outrageous claims. Even investors won't take this guy seriously!!!
03-19-2013, 03:29 AM #46couldn't agree more
BlackBerry. Sorry. you don't even score on the innovation chart dear. There are tonnes of others who are far ahead in technology than you are.
My guess is you are atleast 5 years behind in technology.
03-19-2013, 03:41 AM #47
If u want the damn tiles, get a damn lumia..!
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03-19-2013, 06:50 AM #48
I'm sorry but I'm gunna say this.
All you cry-baby fanboys need to stop blubbing with your sad bravado ond denial - and acknowledge that the iPhone reached its zenith in June 2010 with the release of the iPhone 4 and the 4.3 Jailbreak.
And despite the elapse of three years since then, there has been no further evolution or innovation.
The iPhone is a victim of its own stability (just working) - for it is frozen in time.
So get the tissue box out, have a good cry, man up and move on.
Someone else has taken up the baton and the iPhone is a living fossil (read : dead).
03-19-2013, 06:55 AM #49
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03-19-2013, 08:09 AM #54
Apple will keep selling out their iPhones on release date so they really don't give a ****
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03-19-2013, 08:13 AM #55
Siri is utter rubbish compared to Google/Dragon (same algorithm) voice recognition.
Taller screen ? ... brilliant (/sarcasm off).
4G and faster processing = the same thing faster, which is not innovation.
And with that, I think you're out of ammo - aren't you ?
Good job ostriches like you aren't running Apple.
You don't happen to work for Nokia, do you ?
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03-19-2013, 08:40 AM #56
I think you should change your user name.
03-19-2013, 08:46 AM #57
And I doubt you'd even be aware of what my username is a reference to - but that you've resorted to a childish ad-hominem attack really says that you have nothing left to argue with, wouldn't you say ?
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03-19-2013, 08:48 AM #58
I used to say what people said here... Apple is great, iPhone is great, iOS is the best! That was 3 years ago. I had the 3G, then 4 and felt no need to upgrade to 4s or 5. Android back then was crap. But I wanted a bigger phone. I waited. Then jelly bean came and wow. It's just amazing. I got myself a Nexus 4 and as much I loved my iPhone 4, I couldn't wait to sell it.
What people want is what android and other phone companies is giving them. Bigger screens, easy customizations, and lots of hardware choices. Yes, people do want these believe it or not. Many people customize their computers. I have no problem working from one computer from another. I've never used android before. It took all of 10 minutes to work out most of the basic functions and settings. Every gadget has a learning curve. When my friend tried to use my iPhone, he had to ask where some settings and other basic functions are. So not everyone can just "pick one up and start using" as one reply suggests.
In any case, whatever apple do from now, it'll just be playing catchup to everyone else. Bigger screen? Been there. Swipe style keyboard? Done that (I love it on my N4). Widgets on your home screen? 4 years too late. As much as I loved iOS and iPhone, I'm beginning to love my Andriod N4. Try one for a week and you'll see what I'm talking about.
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