Yes I understand, that's why I am asking, When less renowned probably even un heard tech sites are featured in the scores of iPhone5 why was Gizmodo a well renowned Tech site omitted ?
We never stop adding reviews after something is scored, it's an ongoing process. If you look at other products, like the S3, we kept adding reviews as they came out for all the different carriers. This Gizmodo AU review will eventually be added to the other aggregate of reviews.
That is the answer I was looking for. Thanks.
The review you linked to was posted 17 hours ago... the internet doesn't work THAT fast.
I am guessing the score for the iPhone 5 was posted before that review was even written
Is it ? I think gdgt posted the iphone 5 review today only.
If you include MG Siegler's "review" under the "critic" section, I don't see why anyone's would be a problem. It speaks to the current credibility of TechCrunch (and the relentless click baiting nature of the internet) that an unapologetic fanboy is allowed to "review" the product in the first place.
Also problematic is that even when including reviews by fanboys and fanblogs the "critic" average still only gets to 8.8 (users 8.9) and somehow the gdgt score is 96....
Precisely what I felt. Though iPhone 5 is the best iPhone yet, applause for it's custom A6 chip especially when others went for more cores -> more power stigma. But what's new in iPhone5 ? What it has which others doesn't have to give it a gdgt must have score of 96 ? Well come' on iPhone 4S had 'siri', no one had that and it got a gdgt score of 94. Though Gizmodo review is out right negative, what they point out aren't false. Sorry, iPhone 5 gdgt score looks like an exaggerated aggregate of exaggerated reviews.