Posts Tagged 'apple'

iDon’t: Motorola Droid .. and the answer to it.

Verizon Wireless’s commercial for the Motorola Droid which is said to be released November 6th, 2009:

 

.. and the answer to it:

Simplicity

Why did I chose this title for the following video? For the reason that if Microsoft would make the features as accessible as Apple does, the users would use them and would know about the power of their products. However, simplicity for me means that the features are easy accessible which comes from a intuitive way of leading the user. As a consequence, if you have an iPhone in your hand you appreciate it straight away.

The following video shows an experiment where random people, which never have used Windows Vista, can have a look at the new Microsoft OS “Mojave” – which is in fact Windows Vista. They are excited about the features 😉 Naturally, these are people which have never used Vista, but even people which have used Vista would be surprised about the features.

(via frogblog)

Would you sacrifice your summer hols for queuing for the 3G iPhone?

… I wouldn’t. But the guys in the following video queue since the independence day, one week before the official launch. Not only to be the first, but also to have new world record.

 

Word cannot edit the Unknown

More funny failures here.

iPhone will catch up in the business segment

The iPhone is in my opinion still a fancy, glossy, slick device which properly fulfil basic daily needs like making phone calls, sending text messages, listening to music or do some  surfing etc. Which is fine for residential customers. Nevertheless, iPhone lacks of some essential features compared to devices from Nokia or SonyEricsson, to say the least – not to think about push technology. Now a survey made by ChangeWave, however, shows some interesting facts about company’s device plans for the future. It seems that Apple’s iPhone will be close on BlackBerry‘s heels ; )

Apple will soon take the second place slot in business smartphone ranking, according to ChangeWave, with 11 percent of respondents saying their companies plan to purchase iPhones.

Read the full article here.


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