Anonymous, 09 Mar 2018"There's a huge difference between. The r&d, hardware, and software cost of the s9 and not... moreI know. I made a good point and you came in with unsupported claims in denial. I thought we covered that already
Anonymous, 06 Mar 2018You didn't bring a counter argument. You just side tracked with fan claims"There's a huge difference between. The r&d, hardware, and software cost of the s9 and note8 all costing more compared to iPhone."
The original unsupported claim.
Anonymous, 02 Mar 2018True. At least I knew what I was talking about. Or else if I didn't just like you it would jus... moreThat frothing tangental rant did nothing to refute my counter-argument to a single claim you made. With Apple part of the purchase price goes towards iOS development and offering among the longest software support windows in the industry. Without Google and hundreds of other open source devs providing a 'free' OS, Android manufacturers would have to expand their software divisions immensely, resulting in higher costs, and higher prices.
Anonymous, 02 Mar 2018Well one of us, anyway.. (◔‿◔)True. At least I knew what I was talking about. Or else if I didn't just like you it would just be another average Sony page conversation
Anonymous, 02 Mar 2018So you have no idea what you are talking... Just fan defending. Well one of us, anyway.. (◔‿◔)
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2018You just took a bunch of general terms and exaggerated claims and threw them into a sentence w... moreApple does OS development just like Google, introducing new features, improving old ones, quashing bugs, supporting new components, etc.. They also provide the APIs and any necessary backend for the app store, home sharing, air play, car play, i cloud, ..whatever else they have. They support their devices far longer than the industry average, an expense that largely 'release and forget it' manufacturers do not carry. These are real-world observable facts, regardless of whether you like Apple.
Anonymous, 28 Feb 2018Apple develops their OS in house, as well as various apps and ecosystem components. Samsung t... moreYou just took a bunch of general terms and exaggerated claims and threw them into a sentence with no real meaning.
IOS was made long long ago. Now it just adds in features that have been around for a long time already with a couple little tricks here or there. And it's like adding features was the hardest thing they ever did in their life. You pay all this money for "optimizing"... when all you get is some last second rushed beta that crashes and has bugs. And all the lags people say don't exist still happen.
Wow and then they update a couple older devices with some buggy heavy...Oh I mean so lightweight and optimized.....os versions that supposedly play so well with ram amounts that were standard like 5 years ago because.... It's optimized... It doesn't need ram or hardware features...as they then slow down the cpu on purpose of it wasn't getting bogged down enough. And the battery is failing because its cheap and started out at a low capacity already. But you can get that $29 battery repair now too.
And two years later after bendgate lead to touch disease and they silently fixed the cause of touch disease they finally admit touch disease and bendgate happened. But it's the users fault. It can only happen if they dropped it. But out of their good faith you can get the repair half off. IPhone 6 display repair for like 150 or 200 two years later for a negligent manufacture defect on a little lcd device. What a steel!!
There is more to tech, software, as life then just having the latest number and following a popular trend.
Anonymous, 28 Feb 2018There's a huge difference between. The r&d, hardware, and software cost of the s9 and note... moreApple develops their OS in house, as well as various apps and ecosystem components. Samsung takes the free open Android sources and codes a launcher and ancillary apps/extensions.
Apple supports all of their handsets for 3-4 years of major OS releases. Samsung *might* offer as many as 2 on a flagship device. I'm rapidly approaching 2 years with my GS7, and only 1 major update has rolled out in that time (7.0).
Notch is actually OK in normal use. Only use case when it is idiotic, is landscape video. I would prefer a wider black band on one side of the screen, to hide notch when watching video in landscape.
Anonymous, 28 Feb 2018so was the note 8 and now the s9 is on that price range, just a couple more bucks to reach the... moreThere's a huge difference between. The r&d, hardware, and software cost of the s9 and note8 all costing more compared to iPhone. As well as included accessories. Like included fast charger and $100 headphones.
And the galaxies still are cheaper.
And phones like the pixel 2 xl might have cost a little less than the note 8 but was still more offer priced in comparison by what it offered and came with. The v30 too.
And the pixel 2 xl in fact so far was the most over priced android phone. It is the iPhone of Android in that aspect right now.
Fusion, 27 Feb 2018Android users are obsessed with iPhone..No see...they were actually being factual. You just were being a fan
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2018this new Iphone 2018 will have an Insane Priceso was the note 8 and now the s9 is on that price range, just a couple more bucks to reach the $1000 price
this new Iphone 2018 will have an Insane Price
AnonD-696124, 27 Feb 2018iphone is turning itself into an androidAndroid users are obsessed with iPhone..
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2018Whatever...fix iOS and then we can talk Seriously
Anonymous, 27 Feb 2018will definitely buy within a week, unless pixel 3 makes good changes. Bored with Note 8. Poor ... moreSo in other words you don't actually have a Note 8.
Poor support? It has the mist advanced ui on it and has been receiving security patches monthly. And is about to get oreo.
The ui is pretty laid back in aesthetics. If anything stock is the one that looks cartoonish thanks to the flat material idea.
And lag? You never used one at all have you?
iphone is turning itself into an android