If it's easier on iphone then I have a conbination of the justice league super powers
Xdadevet, 23 May 2017Life is easier on an iPhone, like:
-When you can't send files to your friends with bluetooth,... moreWell not a problem for Apple because the majority of customers they cater to are exactly like that - basic people who do not care and possibly do not have the mental capacity to expect more from a phone. As far as their phone's capability is concerned, they're perfectly happy with being able to click pictures, post them on Instagram and then comment on Facebook about their post on Instagram.
The other major customer base of Apple is the kind termed "sheeple", people who buy iPhones because they are "cool" and have the status quo equivalent of saying "Look at me, I'm rich".
And no, I'm not hating on Apple or their customers. I may be generalising, but it doesn't change the fact that whatever I wrote above is more often than not, the truth.
Definitely iPhone is easier and faster but release a $200 phone so that we could afford it.
Xdadevet, 23 May 2017Life is easier on an iPhone, like:
-When you can't send files to your friends with bluetooth,... moreSmartest comment here.
My personal rankings with all 11 of my phones...
1. LG G5
2. Google Pixel
3. LG V20
4. Xiaomi Mi 3
5. LG G3 Beat
6. Motorola Moto E 4G
7. Samsung Galaxy Note 3
8. Apple iPhone SE
9. Microsoft Lumia 640
10. Samsung Galaxy S7 edge (SD820)
11. HTC One M7
I use my brand new SE and do like when you want to go back to a page, you just swipe from the left side. But after NOT using iOS for nearly 4 years as daily driver, I am still not all impressed by iOS10. So many missing features. iOS simply isn't a functional OS like OS X is. Even Macs have a folder system, drag and drop, and torrent programs.
My biggest complaint of my SE is the size. Too many typos. I bet if I got an iPhone 7 which is the ideal size and most balanced, I still wouldn't put it in my Top 5. That's how much iOS is limited to me. I shouldn't jailbreak it just to get the same features an unrooted Android has. And I like my removable battery, FM radio, IR blaster, and expandable storage.
Anonymous, 23 May 2017No bloatware at all on iOS. You can uninstall all "apple apps" even apple maps. Honestly, chec... moreApple has the biggest bloatware of them all on desktop computers. It is called iTunes. Your ball and chain next to your iMessages and Apple ID. Watch your computer lag and kill more time once you turn it on just to delete a photo from a photo album.
Lack of a file system sucks. So is lacking in torrent apps, emulators, and launchers with gesture swipes linked to apps. I miss the Screen Off and Lock app. And SwiftKey sucks on iOS. So much better on Android.
NO WAY,i never take apple phones till i death.
Android is my all time favourite.
Life is easier on an iPhone, like:
-When you can't send files to your friends with bluetooth, wif--direct, nfc
-Can't always play music on your favourite headphones, or in your car, etc
-Can't copy files from your PC without iTunes, and then only to an spesific app
-Can't navigate to those files and edit or use them because there is no file manager
-When it's dead because it only has a 60h endurance rating
-When you have to charge your phone for 4 hours because they don't have fast charging
-When you can't choose a default app
-When you can't choose what app to open a file with
-Can't set your ringtone without doing 3 conversions, editing, syncing, navigating, iTunes, a PC, etc
-Can't play any file that isn't MP3
-Looking a the crisp details on that 720p screen
-You can't multitask, have quick app switching (double tap), and the back button is on the furhest edge of the screen
-There is no AOD or any way to get it
-No special hardware, like IR blasters, IRIS scanners, Thermal cameras, ultrasonic sensors, gestures on fingerprint scanner, etc
-Apple limits 3rd party integration, so no other smart watch, Google Assistant, etc works properly with it
-When all your apps are dumped on your homescreen so you have to navigate like a madman, all the apps align themselves top left so that their furhest away from your fingers
-No personalisation, such as themes, launchers, accessibility services, system overlays, draw over other apps, etc
-No third party app stores
-No wireless charging
-No way to add shortcuts or gestures or button triggers anywhere
-No real automation of apps (Tasker)
-No way to add system level features without a system update (apps are limited in what they can do)
-No custom ROMs with extra features catered to what you want/need
-No other options than the iPhone - take it or leave it, there is no other designs/features to choose from
-Ludicrously expensive for what it is
-Bezels take more than 33% of your front
-When your glossy phone looks it's been through a war zone after just being in your pocket (jet black iPhone)
Yeah the iPhone is pretty great if you want something that is fast and basic because you simply can't spare the mental capacity to know how software works and your time is valuable because you have to take selfies and post it on instagram when you take a break from your fidget spinner.
Oh they getting desperate or something? and please, iPhone camera is not as good as Android flagships. But i do admit, their build quality is top notch. Design wise? meh. Never a fan of front buttons/finger print readers. Glad S8 changed its direction.
Life IS easy, 23 May 2017Life IS easier on iPhone. 1. No need to customise, use out of the box. (Android you still h... moreSome people like it easy sitting on the couch all day storing fat.. Some people climb mountains and surf waves.. Those are the people that enjoy what life has to offer.. Same with Android.
apple, you no need to mention that you are good or whatever on your chipset or else.. just shut up!..ok, go revise back your ridiculous price on old same lame design, after that we will talk about switch to iphones
Blaming Android for LG's hardware problems doesn't make any sense. If you don't like TouchWiz go for any other brand.
If you don't like an app uninstall it (it's easy, even if it's a system app). Want a lean OS? Install a different version of Android then. The key to Android is its flexibility. Don't like something, change it.
I personally install only the core stock OS with the latest patches and drivers, then install apps as I need them - from the dailer, sms, e-mail, gallery, camera, clock, calendar, etc.
life is difficult with isuxphon (or any other apple branded "device") really s*** specs and lack of compatibility with anything other than apple. and its only apple losers who take "mirror selfies" with their isuxphones and post them everywhere they can LOL. i will never buy anything apple branded. s*** tax avoiding, dubious criminal company
Life IS easier on iPhone.
1. No need to customise, use out of the box. (Android you still have to drag stuff to the launcher, tweak launcher, tweak app, tweak live wallpaper, tweak services)
2. No need to worry about backup. (Just turn on iCloud backup, lost iPhone? Restore, done)
3. No need avg scanner, holding back on updates, freeze apps, move2sd. All transparent to you, once you click update.
4. Jailbreak, software problems, all can be fixed by a easy restore function.
5. No need to hunt multiple stores, looking for accessories for your phone. Its available everywhere.
6. No need to order online for the elusive 64GB version (i.e. Samsung galaxy tab 7.7). Type apple.com and order straight away. No fuss no confusion.
7. No frustration on lagging and blaming developers for crap app implementations.
8. No need to give excuse why phone lag with octa cores.
9. No need to hunt XDA, or download third party ROMS just to make sure your phone have the latest OS.
10. No worries when you do not need the phone, the market will buy it back from you in an heart beat.
Life is difficult with iPhone. my 3 friends who bought se /7 due to design and hardware are abusing on ios and both already bought new Androids, but their money is already lost.
Dreaded Foosa, 23 May 2017iPhone doesn't have the fastest processors or the best Operating System in any measure. Androi... moreFYI, higher clock rates aren't synonymous of higher performance. One chip with a Cortex A53 clocked at 2GHz and another Cortex A73 clocked too at 2GHz won't be equal in terms of processing power because of the different architecture. Don't forget that instructions per MHz change in each architecture. Having a hjgher rate means you get to do more with less, like on iPhones (but they cheat also)
green, 23 May 2017Apple is fast because they mostly have only 720p Gaming apps. in Comparison, the same heavy g... moreIn fact, most games are coded FOR iPhones then adapted for Android. Not rewritten, but bridged, thus demanding additional CPU time for one particular command. That explains why games play more smoothly (that and the 2011 flagship resolution)
is there only me who likes BB10OS for the best mobile OS? :(
poor BB, unlucky you are
(i already try ios, android, win-mo 8;8.1;10, bb10os)
Dreaded Foosa, 23 May 2017iPhone doesn't have the fastest processors or the best Operating System in any measure. Androi... moreThey do actually have the fastest processor, if check out the 7 and 7plus doing anything regarding photoshop, it is miles faster than android. Im a samsung fanboy by the way
green, 23 May 2017Apple is fast because they mostly have only 720p Gaming apps.
in Comparison, the same heavy g... more
NAH bro u not making any sense, the Iphone 7 is 750p and the iphone 7plus is 1080p(it plays games in 1080p with maximum graphics since metal engine) Iphones are optimized which is why they lag less but that is because it's just a couple of phones they have optimize apps for. Android has 100s of manufacturers that use the os and 1000s of phones running on many different versions of Android. That is very hard for the developer to optimize the apps perfectly for all devices but things are going to change based on what Google I/0 showcased.