Is the iPhone Still Just a Mobile?

Comment: iPhone turns five, but it is still a revolution or just another mobile? And where does battle with apples and fandroids?

Five years ago there was mass hysteria in the United States, since the iPhone came in stores, and was ‘Talk of the town’ in all media, throughout the world.

I can not handle it pretty good American fashion, often kicking things completely out of proportion. That is why I said “relax it’s just a mobile”, which I still maintains.

But in the excruciating retrospective bright lights, it is clear that Apple reinvented the smartphone in a way that no one had seen coming, not even Nokia, who did not took the competition seriously and where is Nokia today?

Phones have been user friendly

One thing many, regardless of affiliation on the platform, can thank Apple for, is that it has become easier to use advanced features on a mobile device.

The user has come in the Centre, and Google’s Android system from version 4 Ice Cream Sandwiches, is very much an example of this. Android has been an excellent platform, especially for those who want more ‘ stuff and lamps which flashes ‘ instead of dead icons, on the phone home.

Actors on Android is fighting a brave battle, to do just their Android smartphone unique compared to the competitor, which among other things is done through interfaces like Touchwiz and Sense.

In the longer term, however, I think these are unnecessary, since Google now makes sure that Android in the clean version, can stand alone. Instead of pill in the base system should Samsung, HTC and others. Probably more focus on unique apps, designs and widgets.

The apples against the droids

Along with iPhone also followed a crowd of blinded Apple fans who, if anything, was tiring to listen to; NO ONE had to say something nasty about their beloved iPhone. The interesting thing is that it’s exactly there, where Android fans, so-called “fandroids” is today, just wilder than we’ve ever seen it with Apple-people.

While Android-the people with torches and pitchforks are trying to oust Apple people, are those of the veins become more relaxed, and from their soft Fatboy-Chair, surfing the further on the net and from 650,000 apps, perhaps peeking up, card stated “Yes, it is fine with your Android mobile, but my iPhone works every time, and it is easy to operate”.

And such a fight will continue for a long time yet. But mon not fandroids get tired of beating in a duvet that matches the same all the time?

Still just a mobile

Here at iPhones 5 year birthday, we note that Danish mobile buyers love the iPhone, which is the year’s top-selling smartphone, so far. And to a greater extent than ever before, the iPhone is still just a cell phone.

the iPhone is no longer a revolution and foundation stones of operating system iOS has not changed significantly since 2007. Today Apple no longer oscillates as the stick on mobile innovation, but Knight on a tsunami of tailwind and happy buyers.

I think Android 4.1 Jelly Bean reminder Android forward on the bus, but the major development happens on Windows Phone, which from version 8, really will be something to keep an eye on.

But what helps it with a good system and good intentions, if Nokia and Windows Phone, can’t sell mobiles and can’t make it delicious across from buyers? Yes, so leave the customers still telecommunications business with mostly iPhones and, secondarily, Android-powered devices.

 

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