SizN80, 06 Aug 2020You need to understand the android fanboys have to fight tooth and nail to excuse having to bu... more"Most people are using the older iPhone SE and 6S happily with the latest iOS 13.6 or iOS 14 and not having issues. :)"
MOST??? So who is buying over 220 million iphones every year if most are on Iphone SE and 6S :/
Facts are you lot need 5 years of upgrades because you far behind Android well you were till IOS 14 which is pretty much Android plus some features from other Android OEMS ;)
iOS Succckkks, 06 Aug 2020Having used iOS in the past, one can easily come to the conclusion that it's a scam which... moreAwww... I see you are a troll.
Everything u state is 100% wrong. LOL
I have a 5S and 7 Plus both perfectly fine. I just paid 29 for a new battery from Apple and phones are perfect. The 7 plus is faster than it was when I bought it after iOS 12. And The 5S is almost as fast as it was when j bought it on launch day.
The MAIN problem with androids is that the keyboard starts to lag after
That's good news. I just hope they would get the updates out a bit faster.
Otherwise quite disappointed with the Note 20 - Exynos 990 and no microSD only 128gb, why Samsung? Also for a grand the 1080p 60hz display is just not there with the competition.
Ultra is just too expensive.
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2020And who told you iOS updates only about android gimmicky features?! bro it took iOS ages to implement stuff like notification centre, PiP, extended screenshots, etc when Android has had them up to 2 to 5 years prior and even when implemented some of them have functionality thats so limited they'd be better off not being released (looking at you, iOS notification system and control centre toggles)
Well it us obvious.since there is not much happening in hardwave department the software is rthe only major chance tp differentiate from others.
Three years general updates are already there but if they provide three major OS upgrade in 4-5 years, then it must be great. They need to commit instead of dropping loosely worded statements
In the countries that get the Exynos processor would have to still wait for Galaxy Note launch event in 2021. Just forget the note launched in August 5th. We can remember it as Launch of 2 beauties Galaxy Z Fold 2 (The ugly naming just ignore) and Tab S7.
iOS Succckkks, 06 Aug 2020Having used iOS in the past, one can easily come to the conclusion that it's a scam which... moreLooolll false news!!!
And you never owned that iPhone 11 Pro Max!
Cheap bait troll!
J, 06 Aug 2020The usual number of major OS update I get for the Samsung S7 Egde and S9+ is 2 with 3 years of... moreWell, my dad is still using Galaxy s5 ever since it first came out in 2014. Since the battery can be easily swapped he just replaced it with a new one around last year. He did mention that as long as the phone still works (can use whatsapp, google maps, make calls and take pictures) there is no need to upgrade to a new one.
Me on the other hand have used 8 different devices ranging from android, ios and windows phone on the same 6 years period. lol.
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2020Eight Samsung devices so far, and the ones I kept long enough were crippled with updates, espe... moreApple and Samsung were sued for that --> lost the case and paid --> stopped doing that to not get sued again
iOS Succckkks, 06 Aug 2020Having used iOS in the past, one can easily come to the conclusion that it's a scam which... moreThe phone cannot be obsolete because it’s being updated to the latest iOS, so your point is invalid.
Apps don’t stop working because again the OS has been updated so invalid again.
Phones only slowdown if the battery has severely degraded but a battery replacement sorts that out as old iPhone SE or 6S users have experienced, many of them just change batteries and continue back to normal. :)
Keep trying to grasp at straws though. :)
Bogdan, 06 Aug 2020Have you ever had an iphone model older than 3 years? If yes, please exemplify. If not, all yo... moreYou need to understand the android fanboys have to fight tooth and nail to excuse having to buy new phones every 1-2years lol, even having to grasp at straws.
Most people are using the older iPhone SE and 6S happily with the latest iOS 13.6 or iOS 14 and not having issues. :)
As you have said it’s just better to get a new battery and keep moving, but you need to understand that for people who don’t get timely updates from their favourite manufacturers they have had to make excuses and ridicule anyone who gets long software updates. :)
It's not like Realme, Xiaomi and Google had such good updates way before Samsung... But Samsungs A-Series phones only last 1 year. The 3 Year updates only apply to the expensive S or Note series anyway.
iOS Succckkks, 06 Aug 2020Having used iOS in the past, one can easily come to the conclusion that it's a scam which... moreHave you ever had an iphone model older than 3 years? If yes, please exemplify. If not, all your points are just lies.
If what you say it's true (which I highly doubt), then why my 4 years iphone SE model has nothing of the above? Except maybe the battery degradation (but, that is normal and is the same for every phone on this planet after 4 years). Also, to change battery in an older iphone (like SE, 6s, 7 or 8) cost about 30EUR. I mean yeah, is better to have a new Android phone each 2 years, than pay 30EUR to change an iphone battery. lol.
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2020Who told you this nonsense? I have used many samsung devices, phones and tablets, updated them... moreEight Samsung devices so far, and the ones I kept long enough were crippled with updates, especially their last major update.
Anonymous, 05 Aug 2020Most of those IOS upgrades are already existing features of Androids passed off as innovations... moreHaving used iOS in the past, one can easily come to the conclusion that it's a scam which only iFaaaans fall for.
1) Phone becomes obsolete or battery life deteriorates badly before support ends.
2) Every new version of iOS slows the phone down until it becomes unbearable to use.
3) Apps stop working unless you keep upgrading the OS.
4) Most new features are not supported on old phones either because the hardware doesn't support them or they deliberately left it out on old phones.
I really don't miss Apple or their software support.
iOS never Again!
That is good news. Hopefully they will implement the updates good, not just on paper.
I always been a Samsung fan (and I like very much Samsung DEX), but after problems with my S9+ back in 2019 and then other problems with some "good on paper Chinese phones", I jumped ship to iphone.
I was so pissed off with Samsung and Google, that I have deleted all my related accounts (Samsung, Gmail, Youtube, everything).
But, if this will be correctly implemented by Samsung and of course, if they will leave aside their useless Exynos chipsets in Europe, I would definitely consider moving back to Samsung phones.