Which iPhone era you like the best..Steve or Tim ?

Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by DBZmusicboy01, Oct 23, 2012.

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Which Apple era is the best/most special?

  1. Steve Jobs

    11 vote(s)
    78.6%
  2. Tim Cook

    3 vote(s)
    21.4%
  1. DBZmusicboy01 macrumors 6502a

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    #1
    I would say Steve because look at all what's happening...the prices of the Macbook retina and iPad mini is overpriced compared to the other models WITH an internal disk drive. But iPhone 5 is the best iPhone but iPhone 4 when it came out in 2010 it was extremely amazing for it's time and still is in a way.
    2012 is a disappointing year and I know a lot of people agree with me on this
    but I think Apple is starting to be less magical and predictable at certain things :( It's so sad..like my feelings towards apple isn't as special anymore. But it's true that everything that goes up must go down.
     
  2. VandyChem2009 macrumors 6502a

    VandyChem2009

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    #2
    This takes the cake as the worst survey I have ever seen in my life. You cannot begin to compare Apple with Jobs and with Cook yet. Everything that has occured to this point would still have happened if Steve Jobs were still around. Apple is a company that designs for the futures so all these products and price point were created year ago.
     
  3. Givmeabrek macrumors 68030

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    #3
    Yup. Worst survey ever. :mad:

    Off to the wasteland.....
     
  4. sviato macrumors 68020

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    #4
    Seeing as Jobs was 'deeply involved" with the iPhone 5, there hasn't been an iPhone era from Tim yet.

    Also, it's all in your head. Apple is getting better and better, stop being a baby.
     
  5. mrsir2009 macrumors 604

    mrsir2009

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    #6
    You do realise that Steve Jobs would have had all Apple's products planned out for the next five years or so. So all Tim Cook has to do for the next few years is release Steve's creations when the market is ready for them. I mean, three years ago an iMac without an optical drive wouldn't be nearly as acceptable as it is now. Nor would the Fusion drive be possible with the SSD prices back then...
     

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