There was a time when Apple was the trend setter and Samsung earned for itself a reputation for being the fast follower. But then that was quite some time ago. The tech world has evolved fast and even a giant like Apple is struggling to find its feet. At Apple’s much-awaited September 9 event, the company unveiled the iPhone 6 (along with the iPhone 6 Plus and the Apple Watch).
Ron Amadeo, reviews editor at Ars Technica, was quick to point out on Twitter in an amusing image that the new iPhone 6 is actually a competitor to the LG-Google Nexus 4 from 2012. The image also highlighted the features still missing from the iPhone in its latest version but available on many competing devices. Is Apple really losing its mojo?