Phones4U have tested these phones in a duel of imaging, including low-light and action shots. Below is the test:
A Finnish company called OptoFidelity has put mobile phone touch screens to the test by comparing the iPhone 5s and 5c with a Galaxy S3.
The iPhone screens failed to register within 1mm for a large area of the screen. Shown below:
The test is performed by a robot finger and displays red where the accuracy is outside of thre 1mm tollerence. The full test results can be found here and more info below.
Apple have unbeleivibly one an appeal to the lifting of an injunction to stop Samsung selling the Galaxy tab in Australia.
This is getting beyond a joke, Samsung would be up for huge damages against Apple and should already start, The ACCC should be stepping in here on claims of anti-compeditive behaviour.
It’s about time all this BS stopped and Apple swollow their pride and admmit they did not invent the world and they cannot claim patents for everything. This just pisses me off to be quite honest.
I’ll put $100 on the High Court judges using Apple devices and rulling in favour of their favourite!
The Galaxy S II by Samsung is a great peice of technology and a popular one too!
The Galaxy S II has just hit 10 million sales worldwide, 5 million of those just in the last eight weeks!
See not just Apple can sell gadgets! 😉
“German publication Webwereld.nl poured through the legal filing and discovered the images of the Galaxy Tab submitted by Apple do not match the appearance of the final retail version of the tablet. Apple’s images show a short, squat device whose dimensions match the iPad, not the oblong tablet that Samsung released.”
Tisk Tisk Apple, the innovation has run dry, and now even the litigation is flakey at best. Face it your time is up, no longer can you pass off old technology as new and innovative. The world is waking up to your crap and won’t stand it much longer.
It seems that the earlier news of Apple blocking the Galaxy Tab 10.1 from being sold in Australia isn’t quite accurate as new information comes to light…
“From Samsung: Apple Inc. filed a complaint with the Federal Court of Australia involving a Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 variant that Samsung Electronics had no plans of selling in Australia. No injunction was issued by the court and the parties in the case reached a mutual agreement which stipulates that the variant in question will not be sold in Australia.
A Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 for the Australian market will be released in the near future.
This undertaking does not affect any other Samsung smartphone or tablet available in the Australian market or other countries.
Samsung will continue to actively defend and protect our intellectual property to ensure our continued innovation and growth in the mobile communication business.”
In a sad move for electronic gadget competition…
“Apple has won a decision in the federal court that prohibits Samsung’s Galaxy Tab from going on sale in Australia until patent disputes are resolved.”