In the 21st century cell phones have become a great part of almost every ones life. The variety of phones on today's technological market is phenomenal. There is a cell phone made for everybody. Today, users range from young teenagers, who enjoy different types of multimedia and entertainment, to adults who use their cellular devices to manage their daily tasks.
Product Life Cycle
In June 2007 Apple.inc has released their first, and one of the most technologically advanced cellular device, the iPhone. A sleek designed device that measures 4.5 inches tall by2.4 inches wide by 0.46 inch deep, but still feels smaller than expected. Apple's mobile device measures to be thinner than the Motorola Razr, which is said to be one of the thinnest cell phones on today's market. The packaging of the iPhone was carefully designed to visually attract the customer by using simple yet very specific details. A carefully designed smooth, yet hard cardboard bag with an image of the phone which perfectly fits the box containing the product, just causes you to crave the device without even seeing it. The packaging of this phone can be simply described as sleek and sexy. A rectangular and smooth textured cardboard box with colorful image of the device printed on the black background of the box, single handedly causes great temptation to purchase the product. As the box is opened several layers can be unveiled by removing the different sections which eventually lead to the phone itself.
The BlackBerry Torch 9800 is a 2010 form in the BlackBerry line of smartphones. It blends a personal QWERTY keyboard with a skidding multi-touch computer display brandish and sprints on the newest BlackBerry OS 6. Introduced on August 3, 2010, the telephone became accessible solely on AT&T on August 12, 2010.
The apparatus examines alike to living BlackBerry apparatus, but due to the skidding keyboard characteristics a larger, 3.2 inch 360x480 computer display (the identical tenacity as the BlackBerry Storm and BlackBerry Storm2). The programs is glimpsed by most to be an enhancement over the preceding version. The apparatus furthermore characteristics far larger communal mesh integration, a mighty universal seek characteristic, and a WebKit browser comparable to those discovered on iOS and Android devices. While in development it had the cipher title 'Talladega'.
The BlackBerry Torch 9800 was sold as "the best BlackBerry ever". However, upon issue of the device's mechanical minutia, detractors, for example PC World's Ginny Mies, were not influenced with the specifications which lagged behind new-generation apparatus for example the iPhone 4 and Droid X. One reviewer did not find sufficient distinction over previous BlackBerrys to suggest the apparatus to new users. Key accusations were the 624 MHz processor encompassed in the Torch, while the iPhone 4 and Motorola Droid X (among other ones of their class) boasted a 1 GHz processor. The Torch's 480x360 computer display tenacity was furthermore admonished as being lesser than iPhone 4's 960x640 tenacity and the Motorola Droid X's 854 x ...