gilda, 03 Jun 2016You have to actually own an apple product before you pass judgement on them. Throughout histor... morewhat is wrong with you? i mean, you talk as if its a ferrari or something....
Even if the apple products are so expensive to be called "the out of reach fruit" (which on its own is sad to say the least on how consumers are swindled by big brands), when are you gonna realize that other flagships cost the same??
Here in Australia, an iphone 6s 64gb is $1230, while the Samsung S7 32gb is $1150. And i have both, so in your terms, does that mean i can look down on you? jeez!!
prateel, 04 Jun 2016Dear android users if u don't have iphone don't text or comment and apple care for their custo... moreI've got an iphone 6s, so do i quality to comment my lord? :P
i'd say thats a pretty bad fumble on apple's part. But thats all i'll say... you got to admit, if its fair for you to be an apple fanboy, its fair for some to be an android fanboy and all the bashing is unavoidable (regrettably) even with the slightest setback, much less avoidable for big blow like this....
gilda, 03 Jun 2016Yeah and my brother is the emperor of China. hey as long he doesn't share that narcissistic attitude of yours, its cool :P
Lol, 03 Jun 2016Yes, because Android updates haven't bricked Android devices?Dear android users if u don't have iphone don't text or comment and apple care for their customers they keep on developing ios n if found bug they fix in next update in android only high end model get support for new update . Stop comparing apple with cheap android phones
Very funny. They have at Apple their own OS, dedicated programmers to that very own software. And every two patches something is wrong, devices bricked. The only way to brick Android device for me is putting wrong custom ROM.
gilda, 03 Jun 2016You have to actually own an apple product before you pass judgement on them. Throughout histor... moreI did ... still own ipod classic 160gb. Used to sell apple devices, especially original iphone and original mac book air... I can consider I was fan of apple at some point. I am working in industry and testing application of various devices including apple... and have almost all iphones to the date in my (company) stash. I am currently replying on ipad air 2.. and I hate it at the same time. Does it answer your question?
Lol, 03 Jun 2016Yes, because Android updates haven't bricked Android devices?Not really, no. Stop assuming that these problems with ios are the same for android.
Linas, 03 Jun 2016That now becomes like standard part of apple updates. Every time there is new version some dev... moreYou have to actually own an apple product before you pass judgement on them. Throughout history, people have always claimed that the out of reach fruit is sour....
ratGT, 03 Jun 2016At least Apple user get something that you won't EVER see in your fandroid world: Frequent updates!You are funny ... you know... apple have so few features that updates doesn't even make sense. It is like releasing same android version with different numbers over and over again... Finally, my opinion - don't fix something what is not broken.. That said Samsung releases security updates every month .. Not because it is insecure, but because like for pc antivirus threats changing daily... I know you say now crapple is secure and doesn't need security updates, but that is only in isheeps dreams... there are my hacks and which can easily bypass crapple security (remember celebrity leak)... It is simply matter of focus and importance.. Android 80% of the market, crapple 14%.. if you would develop virus why to focus on minority, same argument is true for Windows vs osx... it is not like Windows are less secure, it is just being attacked million times more often.
Srb, 03 Jun 2016unfortunately many android devices are broken after updatesWhere this info come from. Please give some evidence... when that happen. Did that ever happen to lets say Samsung.. other manufacturer, Google Nexus? Your comment has no grounds..
Lol, 03 Jun 2016Yes, because Android updates haven't bricked Android devices?Well.. I must admit I never head of Samsung device being bricked by update. Maybe other manufacturers have this issue... I don't know. Finally, even if device is "bricked" is not exactly bricked so needs to be replaced, usually running hard reset sets device to manufacturers settings, effectively restoring it to previous version. Test proven - had custom/rooted androids and never bricked them to the unrecoverable state.... But this is not even comparable one thing is custom os, yet another regular updates from OEM. That si not enough poor crapple has maybe 10 devices in total to update and still fails, while updating android version usually impacts several thousands of devices. Samsung alone updating probably ~60 different models, each of which has maybe 4-5 versions... So updating ~300 versions = no issues for Samsung , updating 10 = bricked devices all over the place for crapple (good job)...
Hero bitw, 03 Jun 2016I'll take safe updates over frequent updates any dayunfortunately many android devices are broken after updates
ratGT, 03 Jun 2016At least Apple user get something that you won't EVER see in your fandroid world: Frequent updates!I'll take safe updates over frequent updates any day
iOS 9.3.2 has a new feature exclusively for iPad Pro 9.7 inch.
It's called Paperweight.
Just update your iPad Pro 9.7 to iOS 9.3.2 and watch as it turns to a useless and overpriced paperweight.
Linas, 03 Jun 2016That now becomes like standard part of apple updates. Every time there is new version some dev... moreAt least Apple user get something that you won't EVER see in your fandroid world: Frequent updates!