interesting article & comments, "Why the Japanese Hate the iPhone"

18 Mar 2009 - 7:59am
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Jarod Tang
2007

The best part of the wire article in in the comments, especially from japan
& u.s.

"You know, It seems pretty obvious to me from the comments why no one in
Japan would want an Iphone and in fact, I live in USA and I really see no
point either." ,
"Why the Japanese/Chinese/Koreans and people in other Asian countries hate
iPhone?", from personal observation, many young Chinese like it (most in it
domain)
"Gid: Why hasn't Japanese cell phones penetrated the western market? They
have been using a different system since the beginning while western phones
have been stuck with plain old GSM. That is why. Besides, I believe that one
Japanese/Swedish phone is making good progress in the west." , this is not
true, Japanese phone try to sales well in china in past ten years, and
never succeed, while nokia and moto are extremely successfull here (now
moto declined for months)
...
Also a report from alsha is interesting, among the japan iPhone user, 5% are
extremely satisfied, while 2.5% satisfied, but no number on who explicitly
express "No".

Cheers,
-- Jarod

On Wed, Mar 18, 2009 at 7:47 PM, Adrian Howard <adrianh at quietstars.com>wrote:

>
> On 18 Mar 2009, at 03:43, Jarod Tang wrote:
>
> http://blog.wired.com/gadgets/2009/02/why-the-iphone.html
>>
>> the most inspiring points, why iPhone is hot welcomed somewhere, and cold
>> at
>> other place? and deeply, what can be called good (or bad) interaction
>> design?
>>
>
> For those who haven't already heard - there are a fair few folk saying that
> the Wired piece has rather a lot of selective quoting and misrepresentation
> of what folk actually said.
>
> See http://tinyurl.com/anklow for example. Google will find you more
> pointers I'm sure.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Adrian
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