lol really? I recall there were so many accurate leaks back then before iPhone 7 and 7+ officially launched. I can't even remember when a flagship phone that released without any leaks before its announcement. It's the dummy for the case maker.
i dont know where these guys are creating such kind of videos apple never reveals their secret until the phone is released
Leaks destroyed everything u never get too exited when u see the announcement of the next phone cuz u already saw it in bunch of leaks... plz stop the leaking let us be surprised by the final look of the device
Most of the video leaks contain mandarin, is it fine? or is it bad! Huawei, Xiaomi, Meizu, Lenovo....doesn't leaks video like this. What happen with them? Is there any problems? or it is fine!
Android manufacturers are worried, as leaked benchmarks indicate this next iPhone will simply destroy competition.
What a pickle for Apple. They don't know what to bring out now all the ideas have already been taken.
M4C4R3, 11 Aug 2017Limited yes but most user friendly
The way I see it (I sell phones) iOS easiest to use but ... moreIOS Is easy until you have to do a task with it.
Good luck doing things like deleting multiple contacts, or storing your contacts on your sim card. LMAO
Geee, loving the camera bump! Reminds me of the good old days
2 steps forward, 3 steps back. YES APPLE!
Savor , 11 Aug 2017The way I customize my Android app settings especially Nova Launcher makes Android easier and ... moreThis. I use Nova. My setup is cleaner than an iphone. Easier than an iphone too. But still has the extended functions of an Android. You an do anything you want with an Android really. iPhone literally exists for the simple market though so I understand that. The market that uses basic things and doesn't care about anything else. As long as it has a good camera and instagram and you're all good I guess. Their main selling point, other than iOS, is their design. But as of now, they are not even second best as LG and Xiaomi have better upcoming designed phones.
Anonymous, 11 Aug 2017I know a ton of programmers and 90% of them use iphone, including people that work for microso... moreFigures. Not even people working at Microsuck want to use that brain dead Windows Phone crap XD
Also yes, developing apps for iOS is probably much easier. Android has a massive fragmentation, with most manufacturers having their very own version of Android. Getting stuff to work properly on all of them probably is tiresome.
Savor , 11 Aug 2017The way I customize my Android app settings especially Nova Launcher makes Android easier and ... moreYou are more invested in your phone than most phone users; I'm not surprised you became aware of many iOS limits.
M4C4R3, 11 Aug 2017Limited yes but most user friendly
The way I see it (I sell phones) iOS easiest to use but ... moreThe way I customize my Android app settings especially Nova Launcher makes Android easier and cleaner to use than iOS. On iOS, there is no gesture shortcuts. I can't hide apps, change the icons, change the name. There is no double tap to wake AND sleep. I need to hit the home button for it to go to sleep. There is always Screen Lock and Off to link to a gesture shortcut on Nova. With iOS, hide ugly icons inside folders? No drawer or ability to hide it. With Android, I only have 1 page for the home screen. The rest can be accessed with a gesture swipe.
And with iPhone, I can't change the MP to a lower resolution. I can't delete a photo album unless I unchecked it on iTunes and then sync it again. I can't use torrent apps to download my Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead episodes on Piratebay. No emulators. No sideloading apps unless jailbreak. No Bluetooth data transfer. No microSD slot. No IR blaster and FM radio. No ES File Manager. Can't even download from the browser the way you could on Android. iOS still won't show RAM usage or SOT.
iOS isn't easier to use if you know what you are doing with Android for years to make it look simpler and cleaner. SwiftKey is also much more superior on Android than the watered version of its iOS counterpart. I can go on and on with iOS. I was an iPhone fan long before anyone got their first ever iPhone. By 2013, I realized Android caught up and surpassed it. Many people bashed the first gen PS Vita for a proprietary plug to charge it. Imagine bringing both an iPhone and Android with you everywhere? I hate proprietary of anything. Cross-platform and universal is the way to go.
I will never buy an iPhone again. I tried liking my so called beautiful, space gray iPhone SE. I rarely use it. I ended up going back to my Moto E for GPS because Apple Maps is worse than Google's and receiving delivery orders on the Dasher app is delayed on iOS when both are on. Everyone loves Apple and Samsung. My mix is Pixel as daily driver and LGs as backups. Perfect combination of speed, ecosystem, fast updates, camera, multimedia capabilities, and USB-C to charge all of them.
Anonymous, 10 Aug 2017Buy a different Android phone, then. Why do you want to go to one of the most limited and leas... moreLimited yes but most user friendly
The way I see it (I sell phones) iOS easiest to use but is restricted and more limited, Android is unnecessarily complicated but offers you a lot more options
HitX, 11 Aug 2017Translated: You know one mediocre programmer with iphone . All top notch developers use andro... moreLol... all Apple developers HAVE to "waste money" to buy iDevices, there is no way out of that.
But more or less you just need a iPhone that can update to latest OS.
Android however... you need to buy a few phones, to test the behavoir, else you end up releasing unoptimised App, and get scolding from the hostile Play store users.
By the time you buy a few android devices.. vs 1 iPhone. I wonder which one is more "wasteful". And you spend time debugging why some devices work.. some do not.. time IS money also.
Top notch developers, who specialise in mobile platform would prefer a Mac, because you can run all the IDE you like. AND because they use Mac, it would be better to pair with iPhones.
Anonymous, 11 Aug 2017I know a ton of programmers and 90% of them use iphone, including people that work for microso... moreTranslated: You know one mediocre programmer with iphone . All top notch developers use android pal. If you prefer overpriced apple stuff go ahead waste your money.