Like Eric Snowden said iPhone is better than Android on privacy but not that special
YUKI93, 28 Oct 2019If I were a Google researcher, I would focus on fixing the bugs on Android in the first place.Nah I think exposing the competition that everyone thinks is all 100% safe from hacking/tracking/spying would be the smarter marketing decision. This is why you don't work at any important company.
YUKI93, 28 Oct 2019If I were a Google researcher, I would focus on fixing the bugs on Android in the first place.I guess you've noticed that after this long they haven't, and perhaps what we regard as bugs they regard as feature windows...
joe nodden, 27 Oct 2019Funny. Just a couple months ago I saw an article from google researchers showing that tons of ... moreIf I were a Google researcher, I would focus on fixing the bugs on Android in the first place.
YUKI93, 27 Oct 2019I wouldn't dare to comment much on this since I never been an iOS user, but I can definitely t... moreI think all flagships except Huawei will allow you to do that with a custom ROM.
And yeah MicroG along with a good firewall.
Privacy from other people. Never from Apple, and never from the U.S. government.
I wouldn't dare to comment much on this since I never been an iOS user, but I can definitely tell that 'privacy' and 'Android' never belong in one sentence together. I am a former Android user, so I didn't leave the most popular mobile OS for nothing.
If I was forced to go back to Android, and I still see no absolute reason for it, I will find a phone that has support for multiple custom ROM with LineageOS, Sailfish, and /e/ aka eloo as my absolute preferable choice. For LineageOS and /e/, microG is an absolute necessity - no question there.
Anonymous, 27 Oct 2019It's no wonder Android users love freeloading, they pirate everything if it isn't available to... moreDevelopers preferring iOS? LOL most developers love an OS which is open source.
That is why we have xda forums so that developers can work on a open source platform like Android and develop apps that playstore won't give you like YouTube video downloaders, etc.
Funny. Just a couple months ago I saw an article from google researchers showing that tons of websites were able to hack and monitor iPhones. I think this ad qualifies as false advertising.
Dear iPhone, please make your Bluetooth and NFC feature being able to connect with any other phones/tablets/komputers. I will buy iPhone then.
Anonymous, 27 Oct 2019What privacy is there in using Google services on an iPhone?Well, not only Google services, also FB services and many other services that collect our data as well.
Even apple's service collect personal data. Apple music collect out habit of music listening. Siri listens to our conversations in secret and apple hires contractors to transcript them.
One thing is that apple doesn't sell ads based on their user's data (yet) as far as I know.
But to summarize, apple is a huge hypocrite company. They're more than willing to tell blatant lies to the face of people so that they can sell their products.
And anyone who trusts their lies is outright has brain damages.
Popy, 26 Oct 2019Will ignore all replies 1. I cannot use this as my secondary flash drive while any Android do... moreIt's no wonder Android users love freeloading, they pirate everything if it isn't available to them at no cost because it's so damn easy and convenient. That's why developers love iOS, it's way easier for them to make iOS apps and they know its users actually pay for stuff. Even Google releases its own apps on iOS before they do on Android lol. And the Play Store is already full of tons of malware, why would you put yourself at more risk by downloading from shady sources?
Anonymous, 27 Oct 2019Bold claim from a company that works with NSA and PRISM, and has suffered from iCloud celeb leaks.And gave away the Apple cloud keys to China
Both Apple and Google take away your data.
Atleast on Android, you have the option to take your privacy in your own hands. No such thing available on iOS.
So by default, both OS users are f***ed
Anonymous, 27 Oct 2019LOL. That'll never happen in the U.S., otherwise, there will be an uprising.What uprising? Americans are either too comfortable or too scared to do any sort of uprising. When social credit score comes to the US (and it will, it's only a matter of time), people will have no other choice but to accept it. A small amount will go out and protest but their voices will be suppressed just like now with various matters.
PookiePrancer, 26 Oct 2019But in Apple's defense, the Chinese are 100% aware that lack of privacy is a way of life. They... moreLOL. That'll never happen in the U.S., otherwise, there will be an uprising.
So.... They've removed all third party app support for the features in the phone or are they just posting empty words on the internet?