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Apple (AAPL -4.5%) is now selling off harder following its iEvent. While the iPhone 4S should be...

Apple (AAPL -4.5%) is now selling off harder following its iEvent. While the iPhone 4S should be well-received, Google (GOOG) is likely breathing a sigh of relief, as the product wasn't the game-changer some feared. In particular, Apple's decision not to increase the iPhone's display size allows Android to maintain an edge in appealing to phone buyers who want more screen space. (more)
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  • Or 4G, or faster processors, or Flash, or customizability, or...
    4 Oct 2011, 03:23 PM Reply Like
  • LOL, Android is like swimming in mud compared to iPhone 4, let alone 2X faster iPhone 4s. Dream on…

     

    Flash? I don't want that garbage anywhere near my computer, let alone my phone. Doesn't work on any phone! All you have is flash VIDEO, 99% of that is YouTube and whack-a-mole, and there's a great app for Youtube that bypasses Flash (as do many server intermediaries.)

     

    Flash? Yeah, riiiiiiiight, we want that. LOL
    5 Oct 2011, 03:09 PM Reply Like
  • For interesting background on today's announcement and how I predicted the 4S, please see my article here:

     

    http://seekingalpha.co...
    4 Oct 2011, 03:32 PM Reply Like
  • I was just praying that they should not increase the screen size. I like the way it is right now.
    4 Oct 2011, 06:06 PM Reply Like
  • iPhone 4 screen simply blows away the Android screens that are out there. HTC/Samsung/et al know nothing of innovation -OR- design, that's why they COPY. Bigger is not always better.

     

    Resolution of iPhone screen is MUCH finer. Roids with larger screens have FEWER pixels. If you want to look at that, go ahead. iPhone has so much resolution and of course zooming in on details is not a problem anyway. Spec obsessed nerds may disagree, but they are not the market.

     

    Mondo screen Roids are a detriment. Won't fit in your pocket. I agree, 3.5" screen is perfect design, fits in my hand perfectly.
    5 Oct 2011, 03:16 PM Reply Like
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