Yesterday’s Apple media event announce a new Apple TV update, and a new iPad. The presentation was all and all nice. But there’s just something missing from that presentation. I will not rant about how great the new iPad has brought. My main concern is that Apple is becoming an ordinary corporation.
My view on Google recent attack on Apple’s Safari, and brief opinion on Apple’s new Mountain Lion.
The Wall Street Journal have quite a confident with Tim Cook at the helm of Apple. Steve Jobs has imbued a strong corporate culture in the company that most analyst expect the company to be such of Disney and Ford. But will it stay as creator of iconic consumer electronic that everyone will lust for.
It is nice to see that Telkomsel finally face a worthy opponent. So far my disappointment toward Telkomsel package that they are very successful in making Apple’s masterpiece device into a crown jewel impossible to buy.Now, having XL Axiata as another provider offering the same device, will they manage to pass Telkomsel in selling iPhone 4.
It just struck to me as if a premonition that Telkomsel will never give serious effort in selling it’s iPhone. Well, they better wake up, because since Apple announce it’s Verizon iPhone (yes, it is CDMA) it also reveals that this will read more
It is interesting to see all the hubbub around the topic, “will Apple release its iPhone for Verizon or not” even though that would not make much of difference in Indonesia, since Apple exclusive provider happens to own a sister company that operates a CDMA based telecommunication services also. But this post will point out what happened, if the rumor is true, that this 2011 – aside from June anticipation for the “next” iPhone 5 launch – Apple is really going to announce its iPhone availability in CDMA network as well, what will happened in Indonesia scene?
As I read in kompas.com, Indonesia cellular subscribers composition is still going to be dominated by prepaid subscribers. I am fully aware, that from a business perspective, companies should take the most profitting option available for the sake of the company’s interest, which is making money. But then again when the main stream is on the prepaid, wouldn’t cellular company be facing a tight and tough competition as all Indonesia cellular provider are making most money from prepaid subscribers. And to my opinion it is their own fault.
After using iOS 4.0 on my 3GS, here’s the story of the experience:
- Multi-Tasking is a short for “Breaking my home button even more faster”.
- Multi-Tasking is far more to a recent apps used rather than a read more
With all the wow factor in his keynote presentation, Steve gave away the iPhone 4 weakness, FaceTime.
First of all, I live in a country of corporate beast. They are far from having the iPhone affordable to all Indonesian. So, read more
I am an Indonesian Telkomsel’s Halo subscriber, and I have no more complains…
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