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Debera Harward
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Re: Great insider view
Debera Harward   2/3/2014 3:43:52 AM
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Thanks Alot for such an interesting slide show, definitely without this i would have never known about the minute informations about all the components used in Iphone 5S.

The Designist
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Re: No pull-tab
The Designist   9/30/2013 9:18:08 AM
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Heat resistant glues are not unique.

I suspect the cost of application prohibits this idea however.

 

 

Elizabeth M
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Re: Great insider view
Elizabeth M   9/30/2013 5:05:24 AM
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Your comment, Pubudu, reminds me of a time I broke a cell phone into several pieces by smashing it into a wall (long story). Yes, that's probably the only time I have seen the inside of my mobile device, too!

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bobjengr   9/29/2013 4:42:34 PM
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Excellent slide show.  I'm the very same Elizabeth.  I would be hard put to tear into any i-phone for those reasons.  I'm amazed at the assembly  and compact design.  Can anyone tell me what the design impact is?  I just wonder what knocks are survivable.

Pubudu
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Re: Great insider view
Pubudu   9/29/2013 3:15:25 PM
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Good comparison with Apple 5S and Samsung Galaxy S4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=k_ZIGFKknqI

Pubudu
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Re: Great insider view
Pubudu   9/29/2013 3:10:05 PM
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My design, I feel that this time Samsun will have a problem cause that apple has come out from its traditional size of the phone.

Pubudu
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Re: Great insider view
Pubudu   9/29/2013 3:05:48 PM
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WOW great and very rear slide show, I may newer open my smart phone I will see inside parts only if it is fall down. 

a.saji
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Re: No pull-tab
a.saji   9/29/2013 10:20:27 AM
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@designest: I don't think applying glue is a good idea since it might melt due to the heat that the phone consumes while being in use. 

The Designist
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Re: No pull-tab
The Designist   9/27/2013 11:43:32 AM
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There's no pull tab on the battery for the same reason you now have one less tomatoe in your salad on an airplane, or no key hole on the passenger side of your car.  And phones are manfuactured like car dashboard harnesses.  Not meant to be maintained, but meant to be manufactured at the cheapest price.

I'm surprised there are even screws in the device.  I'd use glue or some type of mechanical locking system to redcue cost even further.

 

 

 

a.saji
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Re: No pull-tab
a.saji   9/27/2013 6:55:41 AM
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@Murray: Good point but that is how it was from the beginning itself isn't it ? Anyway there weren't any battery related issues reported isn't it ?       

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