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What I mostly find funny is that there is a need to swap out to another case i...
An already overpriced phone, overpriced accessories, and pay even more just to have what other phones already came with?
I work for a place that thinks the iPhones are the best phones ever, it's what all my bosses have so they think all the other phones are inferior. If i walked in to my back room right now, I could count stock, 20 iPhones 5S', 1 Galaxy S4, 1 Galaxy Note 3, and 1 HTC One.
It hurts to sell such an overpriced and feature lacking phone at a higher price than superior phones.
The iPhones are of course a great phone, but there are much better phones out there. If its friends or family where my job doesnt influence my sales, I ask them: "Do you want a great phone, or do you want an iPhone?"
Along comes this generation that likes to think with its lower extremities rather than using common sense. Pay extra for this and pay extra for that. Why? The stability of ios vs current Android is not worth sacrificing dignity nor dollars just to say "I own an iPhone."
I am so goddamn sick of people like you talking down to a group of people that includes myself. And just for your ****ing information while I worked at my minimum wage part time job while still paying for groceries, gas, phone, and rent, 90%of the customers who bought or had an iPhone were not from my generation. It's not just my generation, it's yours too.
Let me tell you no, It is definately not his Generation, it is yours. I can tell when I am speaking to a teenager, or somebody in their 20s, and let me tell you - there is a HUGE difference in the way people speak, in articulation of words, in specific language, in grammar structure, and in the general intelligence that is conveyed to me through their speech.
It has nothing to do with your Job, or how much money you make, it does have to do with his comment, though. "...think with its lower extremities..." is a great explanation. It has everything t...
What I've learned is people are people, and spreading a group of them paints a really bad picture of the whole group. You're totally not getting correct information if you take the average of the entire group and you think "oh yeah, every single one of them is like that". All of my friends who are my age don't fit into your stereotype.
What happened is you got old and now you t...
Plus I'd bet that you've either had private education or travel experience that disqualifies you from the preconceived category in question; don't try to stick up for them, just stick out for yourself.
And yeah, I guess I really don't fit into that group, it's just I feel like if I said so I'd come across as someone who obnoxiously screams "I'm different! I'm better than those other people!" When in reality I'm just different, not necessarily better.
You are the future. You claim you are upset. Well, so are many from my generation. Apple claims remo...
One thing I certainly can agree with you is that this is a bad policy that Apple is adopting. I can't say it's as bad as everyone else is making it out to be because it's not a necessary feature anyways. I always have some form of payment with me anyways. NFC isn't a feature most people, young or old are going to be using very often. Granted, an iPhone is considered to be a flagship premium device so it should have that feature anyways.
At any rate, I've voted with my wallet. I just got a Moto G and will not be returning to Apple products.
I commend your move. Congrats on your Moto G.
Just pointing out the features that started this discussion do not come in this phone . However looking at it from a very vague point of view, it has the about the sames features as an iPhone for maybe a fraction of the price. So it´s still a good buy.
Well, I haven't actually seen the figures, so I may be mistaken. I was only speaking from personal experience.
If you look at his well spoken post...he didn't use figures either, he used personal experience, just like you. Hell he even stated "i know most of my generation, except for most of the women i know, don't use iphones."
He just said that most of the women he knows uses an apple product, but most of his generation doesnt? Does that make sense to you?
And he didn't even respond to what you had a problem with, as far as i can tell. Slammer (or John B. as he needs to tell everybody with every post he makes) casually insulted an entire group of people and when called on it h...
The older generation use the iPhone because it is supposedly easier to use. I still don't understand how its easier. I have used both and I think Android is easier. The younger generation uses it as a status symbol.
And I totally disagree with you about SD cards, removable batteries, and NFC. I have used NFC about once to transfer a picture. but a picture message would have been just as fast. I tried having someone explain how NFC benefits anybody but they could not. I have the HTC ONE and have no sd card slot or removable batteries.
I would ne...
However, if you review my post, you will find that I never claimed the older generation does ot use an iphone. I specifically said that it is the younger generation that is the higher percentage of iphone users. And the difference is pretty significant. The other thing to consider is that the info you provided, is a study conducted almost a year ago.
My point of my post was that our generation did not buy into Apple's MO. The younger generation in 2007, may have bought Apple's iphone without knowing any history of the company. No doubt the original iphone was a work of tremendous interest. But, as the years progress here, the school age students( high school and college) a...
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