Looking back two years ago, Nokia ranked first in terms of mobile market domination in Denmark with 37% share. This figure was reported by Euromonitor International’s article on consumer electronics. Nowadays, even in this Danish Community where Nokia once had a development site, Apple’s iPhone is huge, capturing almost thirty-six percent of the market. Given this situation, one may think that iPhone is a must-have or the ultimate smartphone to invest in. Is there a bandwagon effect that even though android devices are cheaper than the iPhone, a lot of people still patronize the mobile phone with a bitten apple, even in a once Nokia-dominated country like Denmark? What are the features of iPhone that is superior compared to Android or Windows Phone?
User-Friendly and Fast Web Browsing
No offense to android and WP, the iOS is more user-friendly. When you want to browse a website, all you need to do is launch that Safari icon. Though unsupported with flash, it is impressive how you can still manage to load a gaming site like da.partycasino.com. With this, you can opt not to use your computer anymore when betting at this online community. Some browsers won’t load the website without distorting the images or text. Playing your favorite Texas Hold ‘Em will be even more amazing. For those who do not own an iPhone yet, the pinch to zoom function is very responsive plus there is a “reader” functionality in safari that allows you to read the article portion of the website without multiple swiping and scrolling in every direction. Reading the latest poker news and tournament updates from the Danish site is hassle-free. Although the interface has no difference to the previous models, that is what iPhone is for: simplicity with improved functionality.
Apple Maps with 3D flyover
There are only a few countries supported by the stunning 3D flyover capability of the in-house mapping service. Still, the turn by turn navigation will bring you to your destination. Just search for the place you want to go and you will be assisted by a voice suggesting what to do. If you’re a tourist in Denmark and you want to drive around to check for available poker rooms in town, this one feature of iPhone is very useful. In order for this one to function accurately, you need a strong wireless network. That shouldn’t be a problem with the iPhone 5’s LTE 4G connectivity.
It is funny that Siri, the intelligent voice assistant of iOs is capable of doing a lot of things. You can ask it to search for pictures or even the latest news. You may also ask Siri to mention some famous poker player in Copenhagen. It might give you an in depth information about Gus Hansen or The Great Dane after only a few seconds. No need to type and wait for the search engine to do the task for you. Presently, Siri can’t speak Danish but maybe they are addressing that as they want to be more global. In fact, Apple recently hired a native fluent in Danish for cloud services engineering post.