Not a single reason for me to upgrade from X, IÂ’m gonna keep it till next year :(
kalel, 11 Sep 2019More for people with much older handsets. Not a big upgrade for x/xs/max users. But most bough... moreMore for the people with a older phone? Isn't that the same with Android phones as well, and if even Android OEM are slightly upgrading their phones over the year or some even do it in 6 months ( Sony, and one plus).
But iPhone is still far behind, and then selling it for more much money ( even the galaxy S10 as it is still pretty new and you can purchase one with less money and higher in storage (like 1xx or 2xx and that's is still under $800). You can go out there and buy a brand new Galaxy s10e with 1xx or 2xx storage for less than $699 which is what the iPhone 11 is selling for. How's that for common sense?
Looks, if there's one thing that I'd agree to, and that is like someone mentioned down below, people wanted to remind on iOS ( for the people that got a older iPhone that is, but even that is not guaranteed).
Anonymous, 11 Sep 2019Apple says chipset is faster than android It's true for the CPU but they lack in GPU performa... moreAbsolute bollocks man, Apple chipset destroys your Snapdragon since 2011 every year, just dont be one of those stupid fanboys
Where is 64gb of reasons and disastrous design to make sure you will not be scammed by Apple, am I right? :)
better yet apple use the Huawei hardware for the lack of innovation, what fast processor to use if the features are very outdated after the announcement 2x zoom vs 5x zoom tripple ugly camera on the back, Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ amazing phone as of now and it's still expandable btw
Asphalt-nation, 11 Sep 201964GB of UFS 2.1 on a thousand bucks flagship with no card slot is beyond ugly. Yea.. that's the only thing i feel which is totally wrong. Other than that nothing feels bad. Battery could be another hands down.
Apple says chipset is faster than android
It's true for the CPU but they lack in GPU performance, so, why do you need a faster CPU for opening apps?
If it comes to gaming, the snapdragon chipset is still King.
Rear looks super ugly, at least they could have put all those cameras on a circle and give a DSLR type of rear look
Galaxy Note 10 Pro, 11 Sep 2019That's because Apple boys used to laugh at Android mobiles as spec bumps! Irony is last three ... moreThat's your opinion as there's many good handsets to choose from on android and not just samsung phones. But people buying iphones like to remain on ios. So they don't care what's better on android phones and vice versa for Android users who won't look at iphones as a future purchase as they want to remain on android.
I was really excited to see how future android smartphones will look like but now after seeing this I have doubts.
I don't think any manufacturer will copy it.
Apple just wanted to see how far they can push copy cats , I think they have reached the end point.
kalel, 11 Sep 2019More for people with much older handsets. Not a big upgrade for x/xs/max users. But most bough... moreThat's because Apple boys used to laugh at Android mobiles as spec bumps! Irony is last three years iPhones are nothing but very minor spec bumps...as such Note 10 & 10+ is considered as better value for money and S10 and S10+ probably the best value for money...
IpsDisplay, 11 Sep 2019Funny how apple made a jab at android , and arguably so their chipset is way ahead (by two yea... moreI have stated this in other related post 5G will add a premium to its price, expect a $150 price hike to these prices when the iPhone 12 is released
2nd just a wild guess as I haven't got a tame one, UFS storage is not included in any Samsung phone despite Samsung being a "co developer"
The segue is recent statement is how much faster 5G is over 4G in downloading movies
There is a need for storage to be able to cope with this speed so whilst there is no UFS microSD storage, Apple, Google would benefit the most with this storage as standard
The kick-starting of this by Apple benefits all phone users
Another wild guess is UFS becomes the standard phone storage, microSD could follow, but as media already on phone easily transferred from UFS to microSD
What I am saying is UFS could become the standard for phone storage, this doesn't mean microSD will follow
Asphalt-nation, 11 Sep 2019Are u sureYes. They have been using NVMe since iPhone 6s I guess.
FromChinaWithLove, 11 Sep 2019Every OEM upgrade their hardware of the phones! No big deal, but if the only good thing coming... moreMore for people with much older handsets. Not a big upgrade for x/xs/max users. But most bought those phones to last several years.
Even android phones have minor upgrades per year. For example sm s8,s9,s10 are just minor upgrades with similar improvements on cameras and battery. Huawei flagships are also improved on camera and batteries. But Bcuz it's apple, coomon sense is replaced by hate as proven in apple related articles past few years now.
What I like about iPhonest they're fast ,,, unique camera ,,, long battery... you can easily tell when a pic was taken by iPhone or not. I only hate lack of memory card 64 it's too little. I'm holding on to my iPhone xor
Asphalt-nation, 11 Sep 201964GB of UFS 2.1 on a thousand bucks flagship with no card slot is beyond ugly. and nothing Pro about it either
Every OEM upgrade their hardware of the phones! No big deal, but if the only good thing coming out of iPhone this year really is just a good camera ( cause it is finally triple) and a slightly bigger battery ( it really needed for iPhone user).
Then why the hell would anyone want to spend a thousand dollars for a camera upgrade on their phone?
But then again, I'm sure that there are still plenty of my people in China ( or even come/travel to US ) to buy a few!!