Android , 17 Aug 2014I phone just give up , no good come from apple android will just continue to grow .No u give up lol!
This will be a major upgrade from Apple, both in hardware and software. I suggest anyone wanting to buy a new phone, to hold off until the official announcement around September 9th, and only then making a decision.
Even Samsung has hastily come out with Samsung Galaxy Alpha which mimics iPhone 6 size, out of fear of this new model. This will be a game changer.
iphone is too costly and the battery isn't good either. Better go for samsung wihich gives better battery life and is much cheaper
are you sure they will keep the camera at 8MP, i think its about time the iphone gets a new Camera, at least 13 MP to stay in competition with Samsung and LG
I phone just give up , no good come from apple android will just continue to grow .
Does anyone knows if the battery info is correct? In other places says it will be 2100 mAh
Apple is better than any other brand..apple is on the right way.so buy apple for a better experience...
If the phone is water resistant, it's great but the camera might disappoint. But yes after using an apple, you always love to use apple :D
Not a real upgrade,as the s5 in comparison is just as good to use,iphone 6 have a os8 and the A8 chip,realy not an upgrade from the s5...
big dogg, 15 Aug 2014yeh but the sony z2 is a completly diffrent phone its like a tablet iphone is the perfect size... moreI guess that now I have the perfect sized phone, with the perfect size display, battery and everything. (from 3 years now I own Galaxy Nexus)
The perfect size is not what apple are selling! If it was, everybody now would have been using 3.5 inch display.
No way can these possibly be the actual specs for the Iphone 6. If they are then Apple should be embarrassed with trying to pass off this sub par unit as a flagship phone. Apple is nothing without Steve Jobs. Buy a Droid.
Matt Perkins, 16 Aug 2014You can tell those who have never owned an iDevice when they say Android is better. Being a gu... moreiOS isn't outright better than android and vice-versa.They both have their strengths and weaknesses.
I think if iPhone allowed more customization and compatibility with other brands through bluetooth, wi-fi direct etc, and longer lasting batteries, they would be the best phone to have. But for now I think any high end android phone is much better. iPhone is boring.
You can tell those who have never owned an iDevice when they say Android is better. Being a guy who has owned both an Android phone and an iPhone, I can tell you flat out iOS is a far better OS than Android.
1. Security: Android 10 million malware vs less than 1000 for iOS. Plus even Google said "Android wasn't designed to be safe". Android's openness and their policy is removing apps/games only after someone is infected is part of the reason Android is so dangerous.
2. Apps/Games: iOS apps run smoother on iOS than Android and a lot of the best apps and games are either iOS exclusives or take months to show up on Android.
3. Speed and Stability: Ever wonder why Android phones have better specs than iDevices? Look for an Android phone with the same specs as an iPhone 5s and see how it performs compared to the iPhone 5s. You will cry with how slow it is. See Android needs better specs to run as smoothly as iOS, so the specs aren't really an advantage, they're actually essential.
Yes Android phones have bigger screens, better specs and more features. But specs don't count when it doesn't give Android an advantage (which it doesn't, it merely puts Android on level playing field). And features that aren't used also don't matter (doesn't matter if you have something if you don't use it). Android's only true advantages right now are screen size, cost, and battery. And screen size is soon an advantage Android will be losing. Battery will be improved on iPhone 6 an the Air but I don't think it will be on par with the Galaxy S5, LG G3 or the HTC One M8. And of course Apple will never make a $250-$350 unlocked iPhone, so Android will still dominate the mobile market because 90% of all Android users pay $350 or less for an unlocked phone.