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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by archipellago, Nov 21, 2011.
Yea I would love another smartphone with worse battery life that them4s as that's the only reason why people wish they didn't buy one and that's battery life but it's worse on other smart phones.
So one website claims, doesn't say how many people were surveyed or even when or where those people were surveyed.
There's lies, more lies and then statistics.
Clearly a flawed report, only given %'s, no info as to how many people were interviewed ETC.
I wouldnt be suprised if this 'article' was sponsored by a rival company.
1 in 5 people regret reading this article.
No info on how many were polled, user levels of those people, knowledge of other devices, core "needs", where were these polls taken? etc.
I mean I was in the same boat. I went and got a Droid RAZR the other day because I was jealous of LTE, and the larger screen. Needless to say I greatly mis-interpreted the battery life, and it's already been returned.
How many people were polled? Did those people know the in depth info on the technology they were lusting after? etc.
Seriously... lack of buttons? That's a down fall? Oh noes it's easy, intuitive, and simple. I want buttons! lol wtf!
I'm all down for people making educated decisions, and everyone has personal preferences... but this seems like a stacked deck.
5 out of 5 people regret reading this rubbish
Statistics are rubbish - far too many things to consider and the surveyed population could be 30 computer geeks at the university of leeds' computer department.
Forget it - iPhone sales are growing year on year
one person didn't feel like reading it at all
^ Make that two.
Thank God I saw the light after reading this thread so that I wouldn't waste time reading the article.
I love my iPhone.