Matt Perkins, 15 Sep 2016Let me explain something. Specs don't mean much if one OS is optimized and the other isn't. Th... moresecure it is not, there is loads of malware for iPhone's, no os is completely secure
ryballs, 15 Sep 2016Personally I'm not a fan of iPhones either but I gotta point out a few issues with your commen... moreI agree with the benchmark part, it is fast but about the ram I disagree, with more ram comes more multi tasking and more apps open at once without having to reload them, helpful for power users, full web pages can use a lot of ram, a device can never have enough
kickpe, 15 Sep 2016The important thing is efficiency of the OS in the long term and how long the phone lasts in a... morethe os can be updated to make it better, the hardware cant, you need to buy a new phone for that, if you ever used android you would realise it is actually better, better features, I would gladly wait an extra half a second for an app to load if it means i get a full file manger, micro sd card slot, better battery life, better screen, more ram and the ability to completely customs my os to the exact way I want it
To be honest, I'm disappointed that the battery is again smaller although the battery life will be better but when it was bigger, it could be much better than the one of the 6s Plus. Glad I'm buying the small model which got a good boost in terms of battery :)
ryballs, 15 Sep 2016Personally I'm not a fan of iPhones either but I gotta point out a few issues with your commen... moreYou are the second android fan I see here who is not totally blind and hating the iPhone for no reason or things that are just wrong like " a Galaxy S3 is faster than the iPhone 7Plus". I also remember times when benchmarks were more focused on multi core score and every android fanboy referred to the benchmarks and today, Apple wins every benchmarks and nearly all android fanboys say "only dumb isheeps refer to benchmarks because they are not comparable to real life performance and bla bla bla"
Let me explain something. Specs don't mean much if one OS is optimized and the other isn't. The iPhone kills almost all flagship Android phones on performance benchmarks year in and year out. The iPhone also beats Android devices on gaming and browser benchmarks year in and year out. Matter of fact the iPhone 5s beat out the S7 in browser and gaming benchmarks. So what this means is the iPhone is the best browsing and gaming phone on the planet. Let's also not forget the iPhone is also more secure and more private than Android phones.
Hello Fellow Members,
Could some one please let me know what is the memory available for the user in 32GB iphone 7 plus ?
Thanks In Advance...
people will say lots of negative things about any mobile phones but still they will but it... so what's up people. LoL
anonymous, 15 Sep 2016flagship means nothing if youve already used both of the mobile phone, not just the applicatio... more"thing is a lot of HD games not working properly or even it is not totally working with iphone 7 / 7 plus compare to android which is more dealing with high specs(wholesome),"
This is false, iPhone 7 can run every games perfectly smooth, cant say same about android devices.
rocks raj, 12 Sep 2016http://www.winbeta.org/news/lumia-950-xl-vs-iphone-6s-plus-which-camera-comes-out-on-top-videoIt's a camera comparison,what does this have to do with anything!!
The important thing is efficiency of the OS in the long term and how long the phone lasts in a day. In the current phone market, having lots of RAM and 8-Core CPU's isn't going to help when the OS isn't well optimised etc and battery is sub-par.
Anonymous, 13 Sep 2016Really.. apple is a thief and will always stay thief.. fooling people 3 gb ram really you can... more3gb of RAM on iOs versus android are not the same.. iOS is a much smoother operating system so 3gb is more than enough.. my friends always have issues with their android phones either slowing down or crashing.. Apple is superior
Anonymous, 15 Sep 2016Specs mean nothing when iPhones with 2 megs of ram defeats android flag ships with 4gb of ram flagship means nothing if youve already used both of the mobile phone, not just the application but the wholesome of the mobile including the benchmarking of both mobile phone, there are some application which is too laggy for android then working smoothly to IOS including the IOS old version but there are some of the application which is working properly to android but not with IOS, well this is just about the compatibility of those device to its users, thing is a lot of HD games not working properly or even it is not totally working with iphone 7 / 7 plus compare to android which is more dealing with high specs(wholesome), again this is not just about the specific use for its users coz it really depends upon your compatiblity of its users coz both OS are good.
What?, 15 Sep 2016So, people are willing to pay $600+ for a phone with stats equivalent to that of a $300 Androi... moreSpecs mean nothing when iPhones with 2 megs of ram defeats android flag ships with 4gb of ram
What?, 15 Sep 2016So, people are willing to pay $600+ for a phone with stats equivalent to that of a $300 Androi... morePersonally I'm not a fan of iPhones either but I gotta point out a few issues with your comment.
Firstly this phone is a powerhouse. Its AnTuTu score is 178,397 which makes it one of the most powerful smartphones in the world. Saying it's the equivalent of a "$300 android phone" is just silly.
Also more RAM does not necessarily equal better performance. iOS is a very efficient OS that isn't likely to need any more than 3gb RAM. Adding more would just make the phone more expensive for little to no gain. What would be the point?
Other than the above I actually agree with the rest of your points on the lack of headphone jack, larger battery, expandable storage and OLED.