Apple marketing chief blasts Android ahead of Samsung launch

Thursday 14 March 2013 | 16:59 CET | News
Apple has gone on the offensive ahead of the launch of Samsung's new flagship Galaxy smartphone on 14 March. Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller gave interviews to the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg and Reuters to underline the superior user experience on the iPhone compared to phones running Google's Android system. "What I see is a reality that we're doing really well, and it's not always being reported," he told Bloomberg. Schiller cited a survey from research firm ChangeWave that found that around three-quarters of iPhone users say they are "very satisfied" with their device compared with

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / Google / Samsung
Countries: World
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IOS is really good but still have this silly limitation on term of connectivity & it's restrict to IOS family devices . I hope one day come and I can use my Iphone would be compatible with all my home appliance
Saddam Mustafa @ 18/3/2013 - 06:07

I have used IPhone 4gs and recently I boought Galaxy S3; Without any sentiments, I prefer the Galaxy S3 to IPhone 4gs because of superior functionality. The Wi - Fi sensitivity is higher, the download speed is faster and many other performance evaluations. However. I believe there should be healthy rivalry among the two I C T Giants. I I
Richardson Adesuyi @ 15/3/2013 - 19:35

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