The latest Wanabe iPhone competitors have nothing to show for themselves
Apple’s Competitors Protection Act stipulates that as soon as one contestant leaves, another must enter. Thus it has always been and always will be.
I’m sorry, Quantum Mechanics denies any knowledge of this law and says that the more Apple’s competitors they want to give it a shot.
You’re not my boss, Quantum Mechanics!
McCallup is being told, in fact, that Quantum Mechanics is his boss.
Well, whatever happened this week.
Competitors of the Meter Apple Watch are now on the break because the company focuses on AR / VR.
“We are pivoting from dystopian personal tracking devices to dystopian face-hugs.” Excellent very on-brand.
… Meta was working on a new smartwatch with a built-in camera to compete with the Apple Watch. Now, the Facebook-parent company has stopped developing this wearable because it focuses on Metaverse.
Well, that’s just great! Now how will Macallop be constantly tracked and its every move and all its biometric data sold to advertisers? Does he have to collect that information and sell it? Yourself? It sounds like a lot of work! If we can’t rely on tracking all our movements and most personal information and selling it to advertisers, then who can we rely on ?!
Alas, you’ll be stuck with this silly privacy-forward Apple Watch. So the next time you walk through Ikea, don’t expect to see furniture ads on your Instagram feed.
Trying to compete with the Apple Watch right now seems like trying to climb through a waist-high pudding slide. It’s possible, but you have to be very committed.
So what if you make a new smartphone instead ?! Ah, that’s the ticket.
Yes, when both the Fire Phone and the Essential Phone were sent to the iPhone Killer Trash, dope continued indefinitely. Welcome – and note that McAuliffe is legally required here No. This name is being created – Nothing Phone.
“Nothing is the first smartphone from Apple, not the OnePlus”
Following the moderate success of its Year 1 earphones, the smartphone is not taking anything in place, it may announce its offer a month in advance. Yes, soon everything will change. And will it change? Nothing.
But nothing is ready to say space or price.
Take your time.
What does it look like? It looks a bit like the iPhone 11 with a clean back. And it is apparently illuminated, perhaps to convey certain kinds of notifications. Excellent, but if vendors are able to run always-on-screens soon, it doesn’t look like the lights will have a long shelf life.
The UI, a skinned version of Android that looks like a European train station status board, certainly has a different look that will probably appeal to some consumers for a change, but it’s probably not something for which many will change platforms. So, while Nothing’s Carl Payne can figure out the features of the iPhone that he wants to compete with his company, it’s a lot like McCallup saying he likes Taika Vetti’s movies so he hopes to befriend her one day.
(However, seriously, Taika, call me if you have read this.)
Francis Jerome of IDC A little fickle Nothing phone’s transformative power.
I’m watching something [sic] There is a lot of hype about othingnothing phone which I started to suspect that this phone has nothing special except cover and lots of online marketing. I hope you will prove me wrong @getpeid
When little is known about the device that it wants to compare you to the iPhone, MacArthur agrees.