Saturday, September 15, 2012

The iPhone 5 is the Rolex of smartphones

rolex iPhone5 blanco El iPhone 5 es el Rolex de los smartphones

Despite the lack of NFC and wireless charging ( here's why ), the manufacture of precision that makes the iPhone 5 is seen as one of the strong points when selling. analyst Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray, previously predicted that "the iPhone 5 would be the biggest launch in history", coming to call the iPhone 5 as "the mother of all improvements." Today is back at it again comparing the iPhone 5 with a Rolex from a sea of normal plastic watches.

Philip Elmer-DeWitt of Fortune says Jaffray note:

"We believe the iPhone 5 as the Rolex of smartphones in terms of quality and construction. Most other phones are dominated by the lower quality plastic and give a sense of plastic watches. Why would anyone buy a plastic watch when you can have a Rolex for the same price?. "

We have already heard, right? The marketing director of Apple said the iPhone 5 was "done with a level of accuracy that is expected of a finely crafted watch, not a smartphone."

This same analyst predicts between 8 and 10 million units of iPhone 5 in the first week and 49 million iPhone 5 sold in the first quarter and added:

"We believe that the images and video of the new iPhone 5 is not enough to convey the freshness of the product."

Maybe the eye is not a major update, but just wait to have it on hand.

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He then explains:

"We were able to see and use the device after its presentation and think two pleasantly surprising aspects to consumers.

First, we believe that the current environment and the construction of the phone are beyond any previous iPhone.

Secondly, we believe that the weight difference between the iPhone 5 and the iPhone 4S is significant and consumers will notice the difference in your pocket, despite the larger size of the screen. "

Anyway, I agree with the assessment of Munster on the quality of construction. Once you have an iPhone 5 in your hand you realize that the materials are made with remarkable precision with which it was built. Already said the CEO of Foxconn, Terry Gou, some time ago.

rolex iPhone5 fabricacion El iPhone 5 es el Rolex de los smartphones

His company is riding the iPhone 5 in the Chinese plants, using sophisticated equipment specially designed for the production of the iPhone.

Gou said in an interview with China Times in June that the next Apple phone "would ridicule the Samsung Galaxy S III", and now we know he was referring to the build quality.

You have some pictures that you can see what the iPhone 5 in hand.

iPhone 5 mano 1 El iPhone 5 es el Rolex de los smartphones

Look who is slim.

iPhone 5 mano 2 El iPhone 5 es el Rolex de los smartphones

iPhone 5 mano 3 El iPhone 5 es el Rolex de los smartphones

Those who could spend some time with the iPhone 5 in hand after Wednesday's presentation, agree that it feels significantly lighter and thinner than its predecessor.

In combination with the rear slightly textured and polished beveled edge with a nice shine, the iPhone 5 should remain, by far the most accurate smartphone market construction. I have an iPhone 4S and I still marvel manufacturing precision with which it was done, so the iPhone 5 should be amazing.

How Jony Ive said in the introduction video of iPhone 5:

"We do not want a new phone only, we do a much better phone."

Make a phone much better does not mean just making a bigger screen, a faster processor and put NFC chips and ultra-fast WiFi. This means improving the design and improve production processes so that users feel they are holding an object in his hand really worked.

After all, it is an expensive phone and what people expect when they spend that money is the best quality, especially Apple.

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