Julia Heyne, resort erotic: “I find my iPhone no longer sexy, just disable it because I noticed how quickly one becomes dependent on – and how good it feels.
Daniel Lüders, portfolio of digital: “Contra: Apple brings very little innovative and copied much of Android.” The iPhone is at least technologically no longer State of the art. “Pro: the iPhone is still the most beautiful phone that each outfit is embellished with understated elegance.”
Nicole Gast, resort guide: “terrific overpriced iPhones – and completely overrated. If one compares production costs to the selling price, it’s really perverse to think only about a purchase. I am also – damaged – yet “Tamagotchi” which is enough. I do no longer swim with in the mainstream power. “
Oliver Stöwing, resort lifestyle: “two iPhones were stolen in a short time me, fared no better friends. What arouses such desires, must be just sexy.”
Bertram KÜSTER, Board Games: “for players, the iPhone remains the first choice. Why? The established app store still has the better games either exclusively or significantly earlier than for Android phones. And that’s cool.”
Nedzad Hurabasic, Department of multimedia: “the iPhone has lost perhaps a bit radiance, because recently the Innovtionsfaktor lacked. Nevertheless, it is probably still one of the most popular gadgets on the market – like expensive cars, it has a very high resale value.”
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