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"The iPhone looks mostly like the existing iPhone 7, which itself borrowed from the design of the 6 and 6s." Which borrowed the from the design of the 5. Which borrowed from the design of the 4. Which borrowed from the design of the 3. Which borrowed from the design of the 2. Which....
Never understood the hype for apple products...They are so overpriced and you can easily get better for less money. All you pay for is a half eaten apple symbol on the back of their products because what's on the inside is nothing special. All this hype and camping outside and queuing up...it's stupid. Get a life.
At least have some respect to your selves as a journalist and wait for the event to finish before releasing any 'articles' ... if you call this one.
The camera looks good, especially on the plus, but I thought it was losing the home button and getting a bit of an aesthetic change? I'll stick to my Sony Xperia XZ Premium.
Keeping up with iphone products comes with a lot of headaches. I started using Samsung smart phones a while back and am very happy. No more apple ID, no more ridiculous restrictions, no more short battery life time. I am really happy with my Samsung Galaxy.
The most interesting take is that Apple has devalued the existing iPhone brand and design with a premium offering that can't be afforded by the masses. Also the X won't be available in large volumes in the immediate future. The brag value associated with 'normal' iPhone is gone and most won't be happy with having the second best smartphone. Interesting development. Watching the market reaction.
But the sheep will still park up their German 'premium' car and go queue up for days dressed in their jack wills clothes just to get it 😂
Was an iPhone user before. Switched to Android and never looked back since. After my divorce with Apple I bought a Samsung Galaxy S4. Mind blown.
I might be wrong, but with the ressurection of models like the old nokias, society is gradualy showing signs of saturation. Do people really need keep spending fortunes on new versions of the same object, with no major improvements? Companies do have the knowledge to launch great inovations at once, but profits would decrease... Fine, Apple, but no thanks.
I think that's FIVE iPhone articles from The Independent now today, if you're going to keep creating clickbait rubbish instead of reporting the news can it least be about kittens or something?