The Coolsmartphone Podcast – Episode 63

The Coolsmartphone Podcast   Episode 63

The Coolsmartphone Podcast   Episode 63It’s one of those weeks, you know the sort of week, the period of time after an Apple event. Yes this week we will be talking about the two new iPhones. Joining me this week were Mark Peters, Ronnie Whelan and a brief appearance from Ravi. This week’s topics were as follows:

  • The iPhone 5S
  • The iPhone 5C
  • The Nokia Lumia 1020 availability in the UK
  • The Nokia Lumia 1520
  • Our next devices

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  • Buggerlugs

    I’ve only listened to the first 5 minutes and had to turn it off. James is wrong about so many things. Apple’s never allowed pre-orders of phones the day after the event. He classes a 64bit processor and 2gb of ram as a minor spec bump. Apple never said the c in 5c stands for colour. Typically uninspired he calls it and then tells us all about the improvements including the fingerprint sensor which he describe as capacitance which is wrong and that it sends a charge through your finger which is wrong detecting the difference in electric conductivity in your finger which is wrong. He then says he has no idea what they are going to do with it even though apple has already said what its used for. He said nike fuelband and fit bit would be able to use the new api theyve dreamt up but they wont because its on the iphone not those devices. it actually means one of those devices is no longer necessary as the feature is built into the phone. The first 7 minutes of the show are just James rambling on about a phone he quite clearly hasnt bothered doing any research on and that he obviously despises. no offence is intended here and i respect that hes got an opinion that its not his cup of tea but to just make up nonsense to sound smart seems daft to me.