If you’re fond of quirky things, then chances are that you will love to surprise people with some really interesting ringtones. In fact, these are guaranteed to make people turn around and look at you, or just plain sit up and take notice. While ringtones may have acquired a gimmicky feel to them because of the simply innumerable options available, it lies upon the user as to how they will carry it off.
New and cool games are added to the iTunes store every single day. Some of these games need to be paid for and some can be downloaded for free. But the point is that no matter what, if you have your iPhone in hand, you could never feel bored. It could even be waiting at an airport for long hours; you could have fun while playing cool games on your iPhone.
There’s really very little chance for you to get bored when you have a phone like the iPhone in your hand. So what happens when you want to play a game but you’re on your own? There are loads of games in iTunes which are meant for solitary play and although these might not be as fun as group games using the iPhone, they still cut the mustard.
Can we explain why this is the case? Is it possible to analyze some of the decisions Apple made that put them in this place, ensuring their serious dominance when it comes to the ‘best’ smartphone (even if they don’t have all the market share yet)? It seems like no one can pull off any reasonable level of competition so far (except for the great try that is the Palm Pre). Here are 5 specific reasons as to why this happened.