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The email goes on to cite the favourable reception of the HTC One X as a sign that the company "has the best products". While a decent mobile by all accounts, we noted that the One X is let down by questionable battery life and screen flex issues. "Don't let the processes, rules and norms impact our important goals," Chou states, a metaphorical cape billowing in the wind. "Of course we have to follow certain rules and criteria," Chou notes, cape dipping slightly, "but don't let small things kill the major goals."The email, which is titled 'We are coming back' notes, "Please make sure we kill bureaucracy," adding, "Stay firm with the hero innovations and make them even bigger and deliver them."Not the most practical advice, but stirring stuff nonetheless.

So where is HTC going wrong? The slim and light One X and its smaller brethren mark the first time in a while that we've seen classic case with glass screen protector for apple iphone 7 and apple iphone 8 - black gray HTC mix things up design-wise, While the Taiwanese company was busy churning out heavy, industrial-styled mobiles such as the Desire HD, Samsung stole the limelight with super-slim, super-light gadgets like the Galaxy S2, It's too early to say whether a change of look has helped it much, but gimmicks like Beats audio tech and OnLive gaming certainly haven't helped, Unlike Samsung, HTC is refusing to make cheap phones, saying it doesn't want to "destroy our brand image" by churning out budget mobiles, That may be, but HTC could be turning down a potential money maker by only building mid- and high-end mobiles..

"We just got some new iPhone 5 parts in," the video begins. The SmartPhone Medic guy then goes to show the alleged iPhone 5's front plate with the larger display. In addition to the obvious display size difference with iPhone 4S (iPhone 5's display is about 30 percent bigger), the camera and proximity sensor locations have changed, SmartPhone Medic claims. They also place the new iPhone 5 front plate on top of the Samsung Galaxy S III, clearly showing that even with the iPhone 5's larger screen, the Galaxy S III's 4.8-inch display is a lot wider and taller.

The video also shows an 8-pin dock connector flex cable assembly, and two other flex cables for the iPhone 5, The next iPhone could be announced as soon as next month, [Via MacRumors], A video has emerged showing not only alleged internal details of the iPhone 5 but the front plate that holds the larger display, So much for post-product-release teardowns, The iPhone 5 is being torn down piece by piece already, Just after alleged photos of the iPhone 5's main circuit board appeared, we now have a video of not only the front plate but items as small as the "flex cable," replete with the sleep-wake button and volume switch, according classic case with glass screen protector for apple iphone 7 and apple iphone 8 - black gray to SmartPhone Medic, a smartphone repair service based in Columbia, S.C..

LGD, along with Samsung, are the two principal display suppliers for Apple's marquee products, such as the iPhone and iPad. Other reports, however, have Sharp making the displays for the iPhone 5. And Toshiba has also been rumored as a display supplier for the iPhone 5. It's not unusual for Apple -- or any major device maker -- to get components, such as displays, from multiple sources. Whomever makes the display, Apple appears to be trying to match an industry-wide movement toward larger displays and is expected to adopt a 4-inch screen for the iPhone 5. The iPhone has traditionally had a 3.5-inch display.