The once-sexy iPhone is starting to look small and chubby. That’s become a problem for Apple, which revealed last week that iPhone sales have slowed. Part of the problem is that the competition has found a formula that works: thinner phones with bigger screens.
For a dose of smartphone envy, iPhone owners need to look no further than Samsung Electronics, the No.1 maker of smartphones in the world. Its newest flagship phone, the Galaxy S III, is sleek and wafer-thin. It can run on the fastest networks and act as a “smart wallet”, too — two things the Apple’s iconic phone can’t do.
Says Ramon Llamas, an analyst with research firm IDC: the iPhone “is getting a bit long in the tooth”.
Or could it be that ifags are waiting on the new iphone? Which according to leaked photos looks pretty much the same as the current phone.