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Discussion in 'Android News' started by Edognights, Aug 31, 2012.
Did that really happen ? I thought that was a joke.
it was a joke unfortunately
Plus, the iPhone 5 will be more of an upgrade than the new iPad was. So, more people are going to want it. Imagine, if Samsung was able to ban the iPhone 5, and delay its launch. That would be a huge blow to Apple.
It would be one of the best days of my life.
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If Samsung pulls that off.
And with all that anticipation? We might have iFans trying to convince Apple, themselves to stop the patent wars.
Or, they get enraged, and go "thermal nuclear" on Samsung.
Either way what will Apple ban? The Galaxy S III? The GS3 has been out for MONTHS. The anticipation for it is gone. Nothing like what would happen with the iPhone 5.
They still wont have their precious iPhone5. :biggrin:
Actually, in terms of investors and their investments into Apple? They might be the ones to convince Apple to drop this nonsense.
It would be more lucrative for them to work together.
Money does change a lot of minds :happy3:
Indeed it does.
Nothing would make me happier than for Sammy to drive a stake right through the heart of Apple ( The Iphone). But is it something that Apple could circumvent by disabling the LTE radio via patch, or is the mere presence of a LTE antenna an offensive violation?
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I would guess antenna design. Plus, disabling LTE would be fairly drastic wouldn't it? Since I'm sure LTE will be one of the major selling point of the new iPhone.
They might still ship it with LTE, in case they win the case against Samsung, that way, all they have to do is enable it.
10% Samsung owned LTE is afterall, 10%.
There is still no telling what Apple is doing about their LTE Iphone.
Time will tell on that one but nevertheless it will be interesting to see Samsung snap at Apple when the iphones start to ship.
Lol it would be funny, the boat or plane that delivers the iPhone 5 is rejected at customs with a big red stamp denying them US entry.