Well, the results aren't wrong. I'm experiencing more bugs and crashes on iOS 11 than I do on Android 7.0 Nougat and 8.0 Oreo combined.
Love the Community, 09 Mar 2018Isn't that a right of passage that "everyone" on the GSMArena comments do? That's why I though... moreThose are options that a medium and low range device will benefit most, a flagship out of the box does not need any of the aforementioned modifications, the average user doesn't need to root, its mostly used to uninstall useless system apps which cannot be uninstalled through traditional means, install custom roms and kernels. People always ask me if they should root, and I ask them what benefit it will be bring them, a lot of the time its not anything that will bring better user experience.
Well... considering that most iOS users seems to know/care more about Instagram rather than how to set their OSes up kinda explains it imho.
AnonD-736924, 09 Mar 2018Apple's ecosystem is the best . Android users should understand that.Nonsense. Android ecosystem as good as iOS it was like this for long time now, don't forget Android is dominating market, you right though if you talking about tablet market, Android is really poor in this case
-. -, 09 Mar 2018other feature that make people stay with ios is the iMassage integration with dekstop and the ... moreTrue, OSX n iOS are integrated better. Android users normally use windows.
Thats why desktop mode exist.. Samsung / huawei. So that theres only 1 device. This idea is only possible now, just a few years back, phones have problem running smoothly on normal mobile apps. Now they are barely good on desktop mode, give it 1 or 2 more years, with laptop docks and tablet docks.. this will open a new segment.
Which will win out in the end? (Seperate device for different task vs one device many interfaces) I believe Android, as its more cost effective, and hardware can only get better.
AnonD-147910, 09 Mar 2018What a nonsense article. Apple is only involved in the flagship segment. So it’s only logical ... moreIn America? Where every mc Donald's worker has an iPhone? Really? On contrary what you say should hold up to be completely opposite since people buy devices on contract and leases...
What a nonsense article. Apple is only involved in the flagship segment. So it’s only logical that people in the low and mid-range segment will stay loyal to android. They have no other choice.
It’s like saying people who buy windows laptops are loyal to windows. Well macbooks are 1k-3k USD. Windows start from 200usds.
Anonymous, 09 Mar 2018some will believe it UND some won't believe it: Android P = iOS 12 / android P will have most... moreI could be tired and not reading this right but what are you saying? Android P will have the most limitations?
Those who craving for iOS like updates, miui gives you 5 years of update and only one android version jump. iOS updates are also same. Only one major update them just incremental ones, to show you their "support"
Boldy, 09 Mar 2018128-bit provides no benefit to real consumer. The reason you saw a speed boost with 64-bit was... moreYou forgot good old 8 bit where it all started & it's becoming the most popular again recently (for vision, AI).
Android is what you make of it & you don't have to be loyal to anyone while iOS is what Apple makes of you. Let me help you it's a world that begins with "r".
Anonymous, 09 Mar 2018waiting for android 128-bit..128-bit provides no benefit to real consumer. The reason you saw a speed boost with 64-bit was because of the architecture switch from ARMv7 to ARMv8, not the 64-bit addressing. The reason we switched from 32-bit to 64-bit was to address the issues of not having more than 4GB of addressable memory, 64-bit bumps that up to a lot higher( 16 exabytes) and hence the move to 128-bit will just slow things down.
That's also the reason we don't have 128-bit native computations in any architecture, just half-precision(16-bit), single precision(32-bit) and double precision(64-bit). It takes up more lanes and that is expensive, hence should be avoided unless absolutely necessary.
Not being able to afford anything else helps that loyalty, say iOS defenders.
some will believe it UND some won't believe it:
Android P = iOS 12 / android P will have most limits before since! Isn't it..!? It's OK just wait & see..
other feature that make people stay with ios is the iMassage integration with dekstop and the convenient of airdrop
if these two feature somehow(iMAssage maybe, but airdrop) come to android, we might saw more switch
Used android since 2012, played atound with it since 2010. With oreo it feels like the settings app is going full circle - was a mess in 2010, got better with ics and up to nougat and with oreo it feels like a blinged up version of gingerbread settings.