Apple's plan to take down Samsung's Galaxy S4
The iPhone maker is developing a video camera that can not only compete with the Galaxy S4, but has Apple's expert advertising behind it.
Is it innovation to buy a voice recognition company and claim your feature is revolutionary (a feature that had existed on other devices for years)? Is it innovation to hold your customers hostage with non-standard device ports (old and new) and charging (sic) double to boot?
There's a sucker born every minute...make it look pretty and no one questions what's under the covers...Oz the Great and Apple-ful.
Apple takes sub par, overpriced electronics, puts them in a pretty case, makes its users feel elite and special, and then sells their products to their market like a cult.
All while closing the door to outside innovation by keeping the system closed.
Too late...We already see that Apple is just a Hipster-Gimmick company. Apple will spend billions to do this and Samsung will just drop one better again. The "Dream-Is-Over"...Jobs- the visionary might of Apple- is gone. Now, like Microsoft, you just play chase and fall further and further behind...One day..Samsung will eat itself too though...
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