Abhi00, 05 Jul 2020Android is lot more superior when it comes to overall functionality, but when it comes to opti... moreIt’s a waste of money spending more than $300 on an Android phone.
The OS has way too much input overhead anyway, S20 Ultra feeling no faster than an iPhone 3GS in simple UI actions
uk7866, 05 Jul 2020A plug in expensive scrotum drive isn't 'expandle storage'. Come back when your... moreUsing memory cards in the age of cloud storage?
Using a phone instead of a USB stick?
Are you a masochist?
iOS Sucks, 06 Jul 2020Yes and in those new updates, you get features that existed on Android from 2011. You know what existed on iOS since 2009 that Android still doesn’t have? A solid ecosystem.
AppocalypseCo, 06 Jul 2020This.
The fact that it still relies on iTunes and that syncing method to transfer files ins... morelmfao I don’t have a Mac nor do I even have iTunes and I haven’t had any issues with my 11 Pro Max.
What, you keep your files on a phone? What is this, 2005?
Qwerty2020, 05 Jul 2020Hahaha, flawed questionnaire lead to 'beautiful' results, right?
No 'pure'... moreThis.
The fact that it still relies on iTunes and that syncing method to transfer files instead of a direct file explorer based copy paste is the biggest reason for me to stay away from the Apple ecosystem.
Get rid of that and then it becomes a really lucrative proposition.
justme, 05 Jul 2020iOS is miles ahead in terms of security compared to android...Nope.
i'd consider switch to iOS if:
1. BACK gesture like on android ( swipe from BOTH sides of the screen ).
2. Face unlock DIRECTLY go to home screen, no need to swipe.
Honestly, these two things makes me HATE iOS
iOS Sucks, 06 Jul 2020I stopped reading when you said iOS is more stable.
IOS leads in app crashes.
https://daz... moreTried iPhone recently and no more crashes as they fixed it 🙈
Samsung and Realme Android has several hard reboots.
Abhi00, 05 Jul 2020Android is lot more superior when it comes to overall functionality, but when it comes to opti... moreI stopped reading when you said iOS is more stable.
IOS leads in app crashes.
Anonymous, 05 Jul 2020You an buy an older iPhone and still get more updates than a new android phone.Yes and in those new updates, you get features that existed on Android from 2011.
Lilian, 05 Jul 2020I've had iPads(Air, Air 2 and now Pro 11") and Android phones(S4, S7, S10) for years... moreSame with the Samsung (I had a Note FE then the S10). Camera was buggy until fixed. Once there was a serious software issue where the device would reset itself (when entering settings).
Abhi00, 05 Jul 2020Android is lot more superior when it comes to overall functionality, but when it comes to opti... moreI've had iPads(Air, Air 2 and now Pro 11") and Android phones(S4, S7, S10) for years.
iOS was always very buggy. Definitely not the "stable" system.
In iOS, there is ALWAYS some important feature broken.
Blackk Mamba , 05 Jul 2020Forget Poco F2. The Redmi 10X with Dimensity 820 is destroying every thing in its price range... moreBad suggestion. Don't compare flagship Snapdragon with MediaTek. Snapdragon will beat all of them.
Abhi00, 05 Jul 2020Android is lot more superior when it comes to overall functionality, but when it comes to opti... moreA plug in expensive scrotum drive isn't 'expandle storage'. Come back when your glorious iPhone has a proper memory card slot (p.s. it'll be never)
Android is lot more superior when it comes to overall functionality, but when it comes to optimization, iOS is lot more stable and fluid.
See, I like gaming and had both ipod touch and android simultaneously for over a decade. My iPod Touch 2g with 248 mb RAM worked he'll better than Xperia Play with 1 GB RAM. Fast forward few years, my iPod Touch 5g with 512 mb RAM will beat Samsung Galaxy S4 with 2 GB RAM on any single game, on any single day. It was rule, not an exception. I have experienced how RAM and CPU has been hyped so much in android, and yet they under-perform when compared to iOS device with 1/4 th the size of RAM. After that, I jumped ship to iPhone 7 which I own still today. Yet I do love android, and had also parallel owned Samsung A7, Nokia 6.1 plus, and now Redmi Note 8.
About functionality, again Android is overhyped and bloated. Many functions which seem revolutionary actually existed way back in mid-2000 with Symbian. I had Nokia N95 8GB, and have experienced them.
And unlike what most android fans claim, there is not such a huge difference between the two OS right now. For example, expandable memory option exists for iPhone like Strontium IDrive which costs around $10. Most of you won't have heard about it, because you were busy hating IPhone, and never did a proper homework. Wifi transfer, Samba servers and all such things do exist for iPhone. And i haven't used iTunes for over 3 years now. So, there is no dependence on iTunes at all. Yeah, you need to download anything from App Store and nowhere else. But look at the brighter side, less chance of adwares (unlike Android), and less chance of cracked app, means Apple is actually taking care of its developer fraternity by limiting piracy. If you consider android superior coz it gives you freedom to get cracked apps, don't feel proud of your OS, but rather ashamed of your mentality.
See, arguments today shouldn't be about iOS vs Android. It should rather be about lower mid range Android vs the flagships. Android is so versatile, and you get 90% of what you want for $150-250, why should one cough up 4 to 6 times more money for a flagship? Are they really worth it when you can experience vanilla android for so cheap. I was contemplating get Samsung Note 10, but realised I could get Redmi Note 8 and ipad air 256 GB for same price. And double the fun. I know, many people will come swearing at me, but I am talking all sense and no prejudice.
Apple has to think about the inbuilt call recording.
Also need the call history should be minimum 1 month.
The Iphone 11 max will probably be the last one as the only thing apple cares about is money not adding a charger or headphones.