We have the first iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S3 drop test online! We dropped the two devices four times each and we have the video to show the results. It ain’t pretty!
Every processor inside every iOS device to date has been “custom” designed by Apple. By that we mean the company has licensed application processors from ARM, graphics processors from Imagination Technologies, and then arranged various other components onto a chip that would then be manufactured by Samsung. Last week, when Apple announced the iPhone 5, they said that their latest creation, the A6, was at the heart of it. It may be the first Apple chip to have Apple designed cores.
This week on Android Authority On Air we came to the realization that following the recent Apple iPhone 5 announcement, this very well could be our last Android based show. The pre-orders are in, we’re moving to iOS! …And then we woke up from that nightmare and realized it was a horrible, horrible lie. On a serious note, we did discussed the latest smartphone from Apple. It’s truly sad to see how far the device has fallen behind. Sorry Sprint and Verizon users, you won’t be able to talk and use data at the same time, something that Android phones…
Apple’s new iPhone comes with a bevy of much needed improvements, but there are certain things it doesn’t do. There’s no near field communication inside, there’s no wireless charging, and the phone features a brand spanking new dock connector. Is it all important?
Less than 48 hours have passed since Apple announced the iPhone 5, which means we’re barely at the start of all the media coverage we can expect this device to receive from the tech press. One thing people are discussing is Apple’s claim that the iPhone 5 is “the thinnest smartphone in the world”.
Apple is clearly in a very, very comfortable position where it doesn’t feel the need to drastically alter every little thing about its phone every year, but it’s a different story with LG. The South Korean has no choice but to offer the latest and greatest of everything for its upcoming flagship model if it were to stay relevant in an increasingly competitive Android landscape. Let’s compare the two phones.
Which one is better? The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 or the Apple iPhone 5? Join us as we review the specs and come up with an answer!
Yesterday Apple announced their sixth generation generation iPhone, the iPhone 5. It has a larger 4 inch screen, it has a new A6 chip, and it’s the first iPhone to come with 4G LTE support. What should the Android world think about this new device? Most people’s reactions will fit under one of three categories: apathy, optimism, and fear.
ZOMG! So like, has the iPhone 5 finally arrived!? Yawn. Forgive us for not sharing the seemingly blind enthusiasms that many are feeling, but it comes with the territory when you’ve been spoiled with such a diverse and impressive Android lineup this year. A 4-inch display? Welcome to 2010, Apple.
Is the iPhone 5 a Droid Razr HD Maxx killer? Come on in and witness the battle between the two phones.
Well Apple has announced the new iPhone 5. It pretty much conforms to the rumors that were flying around before the San Francisco event kicked off. It’s certainly an improvement on the iPhone 4S, but is it enough to tempt you away from Android? In a word – no!