Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 23rd Nov 2009 18:44 UTC
Apple Apple is usually quite the secretive company, revealing little of itself or its practices. With the App Store under heavy criticism, the company felt it needed to break the silence, and as such, Apple's senior vice-president for worldwide product marketing, Phil Schiller defended the company's App Store policies.
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RE[7]: The Apple Way
by mkone on Fri 27th Nov 2009 09:34 UTC in reply to "RE[6]: The Apple Way"
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"Not to say that the iPhone design is totally an Apple invention, but the LG Prada comparison is quite weak.

Sorry, but we can't gloss over this statement.

How is the design of the the LG Prada "quite weak" in comparison to the Iphone?

I think its the comparison that is weak, not the design of the Prada phone.

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RE[8]: The Apple Way
by tupp on Fri 27th Nov 2009 12:09 in reply to "RE[7]: The Apple Way"
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I think its the comparison that is weak, not the design of the Prada phone.

The comparison is weak, because the Prada won more design awards than the Iphone, and because it has a superior design than the Iphone?

Exactly how is the comparison weak?

Specifics -- not unsupported, vague notions!

Edited 2009-11-27 12:16 UTC

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RE[9]: The Apple Way
by erak on Sat 28th Nov 2009 00:51 in reply to "RE[8]: The Apple Way"
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Check my other answer also. But it seems that you still don't understand what I meant by "weak comparison". I mean that if you should choose a phone that iPhone was inspired by, you should choose one that Apple really had a chance to get inspired by, and not one released at the same time as the end development.

I'm not saying that Apple wasn't inspired by others, just not by the LG Prada.

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