How does the newly announced Apple iPhone 5 fare against the Samsung Galaxy S3, its main competitor? Join us as we compare the specs and find the answer!
In case the title above sounds familiar that’s because we have already talked about this scenario – Samsung taking legal action against Apple once the iPhone 5, the sixth-generation iOS smartphone that will reportedly come with 4G LTE support, gets launched.
Well, well, well, it seems to be that time of the year again. No, not the time when the new iPhone is being unveiled (who cares about that?), but the time when Samsung is preparing to launch a new hilarious anti-Apple commercial.
What’s interesting to note is that the international launch and release dates may also coincide with the U.S. launch of the new iPhone. While historically, developing nations in the Asia Pacific and Europe get product shipments two to three months after their launch, some carriers are already hinting that they may already have the new iPhone coming.
Samsung is itching to strike back at Apple, after the humiliating defeat from last month. To do that, the Koreans are waiting for the release of the LTE-enabled iPhone 5. Samsung is a major LTE IP holder, but Apple is not just sitting idly either.
It’s not that often that we cover anything related to the iPhone series, but, if you think of it, it is the best selling line of smartphones ever made. Under these circumstances, it does makes sense to compare the rumors that have been circulating about the next iteration of the iPhone series against the rumors regarding the upcoming beast of a device in the Samsung Galaxy S line. According to analyst expectations, these will be the two best selling smartphones of 2012, so why not subject them to a grueling rumor pit-fight? While it does not mean that there aren’t…
Electric Pig Bigger is better. That seems to be the conclusion of a recent survey that says the majority of smartphone owners want their next phone to have a bigger screen. While the 3.5-inch display of the iPhone was distinctive at the time of its introduction, which was five years ago, Apple seems adamant in keeping it, on the basis that a 3.5-inch display is the optimal size for operating your phone with one hand. Is Apple about to have a change of heart by introducing a bigger and sharper display for its iPhone 5? Welcome to another edition of…