JunHyeon
JunHyeon
JunHyeon
Apr 11 2019
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This sounds obvious. But what’s less obvious is, how would the phone know if the wireless charger is a stand or a pad? I don’t think the user would want those features on a wireless charging pad, since you can’t see the screen anyway.

Feb 5 2018
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Life isn’t that simple. How a smartphone works, and what a good user experience is, is even less simple. This ‘feature’ is not something that should be notified to the users in the first place.

Feb 5 2018
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True. The most successful companies don’t compete. They monopolise. Wise words from Peter Thiel.

Jun 4 2015
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The ability to prioritise Wi-Fi networks is pretty a big deal for me. I have both 5Ghz and 2.4Ghz networks but the 5Ghz one is very unstable, but from time to time my iPhone keeps connecting to it. I don’t wanna completely delete because it’s very fast when I am near the router.

Oct 2 2014
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Sure the Lumia 1020 is the highest achiever. But it's kinda funny to compare it to iPhone when the Lumia's camera size is so much bigger.

Sep 24 2014
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So you are saying it's the best smartphone because it's the perfect size?

Apr 29 2014
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A high-res audio source and a good music player only matter if you use a really good pair of earphones. Which means that the buyers Pono Player of must own earphones/headphones that are at least over US$200(that's around minimum price of high quality audio phones in my opinion) to really feel the difference. And Read more

Nov 25 2013
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Speaking from experience: Apple makes the most kickass computers in the world. Unless you need games or apps that are only available on Windows, a Mac is almost always the better choice. You really can't go back to Windows after owning a Mac.

Oct 29 2013
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It's actually pretty amazing that iphone 4 can be updated to the latest and greatest OS. I mean, which android phone that was introduced in 2010 still gets major feature updates?

Oct 27 2013
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While I agree that it is neither a good laptop or a tablet, I think most people will be satisfied with it.

Jun 8 2013
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I think we are asking for too much. The fact that they have managed to put a super high quality 2880 x 1800 display, pack high performance components like quad-core processors and mid-range Nvidia discrete graphics in such a slim design, and still deliver 7+ hours of battery life is worth applauding . Read more

May 2 2013
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I guess it's possible. The current base-model 13 inch MacBook Pro with Retina display uses a Core i5-3210M which has a thermal design power(TDP) of 35W. The new Core i7-4558U has a much lower 28W TDP but delivers over 2X graphics performance. (even though we don't know about the CPU performance of this new model) Read more

Jan 20 2013
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Exactly. But iPhone 5 users also paid for the amazing display and the superfast processor. They need extra battery life to use them more.

Sep 21 2012
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Wow. This is an amazing engineering accomplishment. Same battery capacity with all the new hardware and it gets even more battery life. Some incredible amt of optimisation going on here.

Sep 19 2012
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Yes, but here we are talking about EVERY ASPECT of the iPhone experience. Design, screen, processor, speakers, mics, camera, earphones and connector. Not counting iOS 6. I know none of this is a drastic change, but a little better of every aspect combines together to make iPhone 5 a truly better experience than the Read more

Jul 31 2012
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I don't think the next-generation iPhone will only have these features. According to a Apple manufacturer, the screen of the next-generation iPhone will put the screen of GS3 'to shame'. I've no idea if this is an exaggeration, but at least we can assume that the new iPhone screen will be good to an extent that its Read more