awesome Features and looking wow!!
that is the diff between Apple and others.....
sajibe, 10 Sep 2014I would like to tell something too
android is not slow, have you seen the spec difference bet... moreI've gotta correct you a little.
Correction 1: Android is being optimized with every iteration and could work rather impressively even on 4 year old phones. So what you said is technically not true.
Correction 2: You don't "need" a root for android. You can do a huge variety of actions without access to root which reduces the need for that. Including: accessing file browser, network resources, additional UI changes, pirated games and more. If you wish to touch the hardware performance then yes, you gotta root. (BTW you can get pirated apps on iOS without jailbreak too)
Correction 3: Less and less devs release only for iOS because of the next point ill make. And even when this is the fact, it’s because of the monetization possibilities for ios users which are bigger than android.
Correction 4: Android market share is not 13%... It's actually 84.7% for Q2 2014, iOS is 11.7% and thats is exactly because of the insanely huge android phone variety.
Correction 5: You can find an equal amount of applications that crash freeze or have other problems on both. A brigth example of that is Hearthstone... also I personally posses an iPad mini and can tell you how much i like when it suddenly decides to reboot by itself when i do something. Quality for iOS devices is sadly a thing of the past mostly. As for memory, on my ipad for instance i can't multitask because the 512 mb ram stops every second started app or even removes browser tabs. More its just better. 1 gig is better than 512 and 2 gigs will make the app use even better.
Conclusion: Don't get me wrong, End tier Android or iOS is a matter of preference. I've got an iPad for casual, a Win Tablet for work and an Android phone (GS S4) to use because of bigger versatility. If an iPhone fits your needs, sure it’s a good phone as any.
Design very nice but no attractive features.
For Exemple, Apple is always using the oldest Camera in the market 8 MP when introducing any new phone, while other mobile phones have reached 13 MP like the LG G3 or 16 MP like the Samsung S5 and new Note 4.
Nice Design. But I will go gor Motorola Moto G 2014. Because It's cheap, only Rs $213 for 16GB, Micro SD card, Quad core processor, Android OS, Better battery capacity 2070mah, 5 inch display, FM Radio, 2mp front camera and duel stereo speaker. Honestly says, I can't afford Iphone 6. lol.
marie, 10 Sep 2014Well....my htc one_m8 worth the price..it provides almost the class features with 2 gb RAM nd ... morethis is not a 'compare ur phone with i6" forum... u like ur phone, keep it to yourself.. dont have to shout out to the world
Forget this expensive phone, just buy MOTO G 2014, its value for money
The the new Iphone hardware are worst than other mainstream phones nowadays, and they charge premium for this crap. They think we consumers stupid, if they continue like this in the next couple of years the Apple brand will be the new Kodak.
Hahahahaha what a joke of a phone 2 years behind all manufacturers of droid Iphone still the worlds dumbest smart phone
Well....my htc one_m8 worth the price..it provides almost the class features with 2 gb RAM nd 13 mp camera with dual capture and the bestest audio...if u r paying good then get best for yourself..unlike buying iphone6 nd dumping your money..
I'm a sony XperiaS User since 2012,May.(Planning to buy XperiaZ2).
Today,i heared iphone officialy announced iphone 6 & 6+ '.So, i checked specification from (GSMARENA) & compared with z2 and my xperia s respectivily.
But,still my xperia s is better than iphone 6.
i'm shocked!!!! coz, my XS is almost 2.5 years old .
Now, i'm thinking why should i change my xperia s???
""love sony,miss u steve jobs""
i phone is no difference between 5 and 5s and 5c and 6 --- every 8 megapixel camera and 1 GB Ram - i phone not know making phone 10 Mp or 12 or 13 or 16 or 20 ---- lol
rao, 10 Sep 20148pm camera...oh no...sony pushing 20MP Not all about the MP as much as the lens