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Judge Denies Apple's Attempt to Block Samsung Galaxy S III

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Top message:  Translation of: by Slammer   Jun 13, 2012, 8:15 AM

Replying to:  Re: Translation of: by tazman69   Jun 13, 2012, 12:39 PM

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by Red_Minx    Jun 14, 2012, 11:13 AM

When the iPhone first came out I had one for a week. I took it back lol. I had gone into to purchase an advanced phone, not a glorified iPod. They released it without even being able to do basic phone functions like MMS. To me what your describing is along the same lines, They keep coming out with things like Siri when it's the basic things that would be nice.

At this point I would put the iPhone in a category more akin to drugs than phones. I work in a call center and I can't even begin to explain how many calls I get a day where people's iPhones have been stolen within the first 30 days and they are desperate to get another. So maybe we should take another look at their sales and take that into consideration. What if that weren't the case? I personally see iPhone sales gradually going down because people are learning their lesson, the iPhone isn't worth all the trouble if it gets lost or stolen. Any other phone you can insure in some way. Do I think the iPhone is a bad phone, no. Do I think Apple is a bad company, yes. At one point it was about innovation, now its about, who can we squash in court to try and stay on top. It's just sad.

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