nope. It is NOT EASY man. i've moved to android a couple of years now. And i don't think i will move back to iphone soon.
Old iphones has been killed by new ios even it still works fast and great as supposted to when it was new. But new ios is targeting make the old iphone as rubbish.
No file manager, fack-u apple. You know people do not just need to manage photos-videos. The need to manage, sharing to other devices offline too.
Anonymous, 23 May 2017proves that you don't have an iphone. Plugging the iphone on a pc shows up as a storage device... moreWell it didn't and I couldn't this was a few years back now, possibly they have updated this?
Apple is fast because they mostly have only 720p Gaming apps.
in Comparison, the same heavy game in Android is 1080p...
Apple is not optimized, it's has limited it features.
it's slowing down the technology growth rate.
AnonD-671423, 23 May 2017iPhone doesn't have the fastest processors or the best Operating System in any measure. Androi... moreumm... iphones do have the fastest processors. That's a fact that even the hardcore fanboys accept.
Anonymous, 22 May 2017Oh yes as if idevices don't come with bloatware and problemsNo bloatware at all on iOS. You can uninstall all "apple apps" even apple maps. Honestly, check it out. You can uninstall almost everything you don't need like you uninstall any app.
iPhone doesn't have the fastest processors or the best Operating System in any measure. Android flagships have technically many times faster CPU clock speeds and are better specc'ed. iOS has better battery life, only because they don.t have "Technically correct" multitasking. In fact iOS isn't a properly multi tasking OS, only a handful of selected apps are even allowed to run along with the currently active App. No Bluetooth Fileshare, no user accessible Filesystem, Highly restricted application sandboxing, inability to run anything as Superuser,,, need I say more. Nokia's Symbian could do more than this, in its hayday.
By now people already know why and why not. This smells of desperation :P
Anonymous, 23 May 2017Life is easier on an iPhone like when you go to copy pics off your work 5c onto your work comp... moreproves that you don't have an iphone. Plugging the iphone on a pc shows up as a storage device and you can drag and drop photos/videos without itunes.
LOL. Apple, you are really desperate when you have to go this far. If you know the iPhone is so good, you know it will speaks for itself. But it doesn't. So that's why you have to do those lame ads to try and convince peoples to believe your propaganda.
Not only that, but iOS is FAAAAAAAR FAR away from being the better OS to use, because as long as iOS doesn't adapts to it's users on how they use their phones and is forced to adapt to YOUR agenda on how YOU want the users to use YOUR phone instead, then there is no way that iOS is going to be better to use over Android that actually adapts to it's users.
Nice try Apple, but try better next time.
ProJames, 23 May 2017They're right. Life is so much easier and worry-free on iPhones. Like, when on your cheap Gala... moreYou don't have to make Android complicated. The iPhone doesn't magically solve life's issues, and it's apparently our fault every time something out of our control happens to go wrong with the phone.
They're right. Life is so much easier and worry-free on iPhones. Like, when on your cheap Galaxy J3, when you have thousands of themes to customize your device, you have to choose. On iPhone, you don't. Same thing with your data. When you download something on your cheap Moto G, you may loose your video/MP3/Word document or whatever, and you may spend whole seconds searchig in the included file browser with search function. On iPhone, you don't. Let's not talk about the additional power of the CPU. Apps open extremely fast on iPhones, up to two seconds faster. Thanks to the sharp "Retina" 750p display, you can enjoy games with a huge detail qualiy, nowhere near the Infinity display's poor resolution of the Galaxy S8.
Life is easier on an iPhone like when you go to copy pics off your work 5c onto your work computer that doesn't have iTunes and you aren't allowed to install it so you use your personal galaxy plug and play drag and drop job done.
Romie Lee, 23 May 2017I'm not an Apple fan but IMO iOS is the only real mobile OS so far, Android is just an OS wannabe.There is no such thing as an "OS wannabe", where did you come up with such idiotic term?
don't apple mean "more restrictive"? I got an apple iPhone 7 plus and hate the dam thing. as soon as the nokia 9 comes out am selling this ASAP..... what a piece of crap.
even with all downsides and restrictions the ios has something that android will never have, TIMELY SYSTEM UPDATES FOR AT LEAST 5 YEARS! starting from the device release date
Romie Lee, 23 May 2017I'm not an Apple fan but IMO iOS is the only real mobile OS so far, Android is just an OS wannabe.Ios actually works less like an OS, ie an interconnected web of processes.
In fact IOS 's architecture is that many of many baby OSes. Each apps is like a baby OS with its unique kernel calls and hardware resources. That was a good especially in the early days. It means that battery life was solely depended on the individual app you were running at the time, it made the problems of mobility more manageable.
It became an evil as IOS tried to be more like android and started adding more and more interconnectivity, that lead to strange thing like the battery bug on 6s and opened iOS to issues that android has.
So while IOS may be a better for how mobile software should be (debatable at this point), it's certainly into a real os. It's merely the master dshell in which individual shells exist.
Android on the other hand is a full OS , which is basically it has many of the issues that it does.
So you got it exactly wrong. Even if Apple had the right approach they definitely didn't make a real OS.