Apple tells you why people love their iPhones more than any other smart phones

Posted:  March 17, 2013   By:    40 comments   


Not waiting to be left out after the unveiling of the Galaxy S 4, Apple is now telling why people are simply loving the iPhone 5. Obviously taking a jab at their Korean rivals, Apple is boasting on customer satisfaction, Retina display and Premium materials (although we feel that quality control could be improved).

While on comparison the iPhone 5 hardware seems to be falling behind, Apple is boasting smoother experience and long battery life without requiring heaps of cores and huge battery capacities. While its camera is only having 8MP, it is still one of the most used cameras on Flickr. Not forgetting is that the iPhone 5 currently is having the smallest dimension and lightest weight for a high-end device.

Fair points we say but Apple shouldn’t be resting on their laurels at this point. With the competition heating up, consumers are getting spoiled for choice and the iPhone is no longer a safe de-facto choice it used to be several years ago. Check out the new Apple “Why iPhone” section over here.


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40 Comments for Apple tells you why people love their iPhones more than any other smart phones


Only iPhone5 has retina display-False
Great battery life-False (Note 2 wins miles ahead)
A6 chip is powerful but not power hungry-False
iPhone gives you ultra fast wireless-False ( can't even detect cellular and WiFi most of the time)


You also get a complimentary pair of handcuffs to the ecosystem, so you cannot escape and carry on with "loving" them. You can escape with difficulty and perseverance.


Iphone 5 battery life: 1440 mAh ( 8.42 – talk time ), ( 9.56 – web browsing ) & ( 10.12 – video playback )
Samsung Galaxy S III: 2100 mAh ( 10.20 – talk time), (5.17 – web browsing) & (10.01 – video playback)
Samsung Galaxy Note 2: 3100 mAh ( 16.57 – talk time), ( 8.48 – web browsing) & ( 11.27 – video playback)
Who's power hungry now…? Iphone 5 manages to maintain long hours of tortures despite its smaller battery.


iPhones are designed for American market, while samsung is designed for the World. Just look at Siri. 'She' can't even provide Maps and directions in Malaysia.


I switched to android phone (Gnex) from an iphone 4 last year– and I have to agree that as an all rounder nothing beats iPhone

Idk but maybe some professional hackers/rooter is able to achieve long lasting battery life using custom kernels/programs but with that Gnex I constantly had to worry about battery depleting (I carried a charger everywhere I go). With the iPhone I would still have juice left to spare after a long day.


we should never judge by spec sheet alone (although the HTC One looks delicious n tempting)
I'd bet the 2600mAh battery in the S4 still fail in web browsing time compared to iPhone 5


Apple posting to remind themself capable till that level only.meanwhile other handset maker adi surpass beyond expected world.its nice to c apple did that homework to remind themself to b keep workhard move forward.
Come on guys,dun keep samsung vs apple.whoever did better,benefit end user.let them create more features offer.cheers…


The answer is simple iphones arent made from cheap S plastics. Everyone knows


l don't care of Iphone.To me iphone nothing without support of other manufacture.


Fanboys will always be fanboys…i was using Iphone 4 during Steve Jobs time. Once Tim Cook took over Apple, there was nothing much to offer by Apple so thats why i did not wan to upgrade to Iphone 4s or 5, but rather stick to iphone 4 at that time. Now i recently changed to Note 2 and boy..its very good. but now i have the best of both worlds. Apple need to step up to bring more innovation to the smartphone technology. if not, Samsung/HTC/Sony/Nokia and even Google Android itself will dominate and there would not be much varieties for the smartphone market. Peace


I use an iphone 5, less hassle, good all round phone but expensive me thinks. I think the Nexus 4(my wife's) is better value for money. The OS is more modern and functional than IOS. However iphone apps still looks and feel more polished that its Android equivalent which is strange to me..maybe its the API.
Samsung is no-no for me…if you're unlucky, you may get a phone with the "remove battery to reboot" feature. My friend's S3 has been to the shop 3 times and they still haven't fix the problem.
It happened to my old Galaxy S1(worst phone I ever owned!!) too after it was upgraded to Gingerbread.


The facts that some of phone makers keep upgrading the hardware of the phone is to urge you buy a new one each year… 1 core, 2 core, 4 core, 8 core… next year I think you will see 16 core phones….

What is more important for normal users like us is the overall experience of the phone… the phone that not lags, that have good battery life, good camera, good speaker and clear loud speaker and does not break down easily, others is not really important.

Those who own iPhones very lucky and fortunate because Apple keep support them with latest iOS (3GS, 4, 4S, 5) whenever they could, such policy earns high customer satisfaction over years (those who say fan boys is over-doing it, it is not the case, it just they not at the side who get supported)

Look at Android Phones, if you holding latest and hottest phones, then you have all the pamper and attention of the world… but how long can it last, 1 year? 6 months? Any one remember Samsung Galaxy S? HTC Desire? Galaxy S II? The support in updates is almost ended when new ones come out…

and for phone makers, the phone that easy to use (targeted to mass market, and also those age 35-50 or 50+), that have real spending power… is more important than you to have fancy fancy function that no one care, success or failure mode is depends how many people using your devices… not how good and how well you design it….

one of the treasure that all phone makers doesn't hit it yet is the real mobile payment solution… and i did not aware any of it any miles near of it…. this is a big cash cow waiting to be slaughtered…

Fariz Unisel

i choose IOS device because of the apps. AppStore got a lot of good Apps. The games are simply nicer than android games.


Amokio is surely a butt-hurt Samsung sauce.. LOL!

Kiwi in Malaysia

What is evident though, is that one posting about Apple or the iPhone generates such a large amount of comments…

The article above about the Blackberry Z10 gets none… what's worse for a company? Bad press or no press?

Apple haters/lovers etc simply feed the machine with their opinions. Samsung is trying to generate the same thing.