Boggy-Stefy, 18 Sep 2020I do not like IOS 14. Yes, I know, is just couple of days since released. But just updated my... moreYou are using 4.7 inch tiny device and have the audacity to judge Android Giants? Lol
I’ve just purchased a new iPhone 7 Plus 126 gb with a year of Apple guarantee for just 450 dollars. iOS 14 works as smoothly and fast as a 2020 flagship. Much better value than those plastic Chinese phone which are about the same price.
Grab popcorn to watch the dramas in here😂😂
Anonymous, 18 Sep 2020It mainly works in the background when you don't use the phone. Especially when plugged i... moreBattery life back to normal I'm happy to say....:)
Anonymous, 17 Sep 2020If android is so superior, can you explain why people mostly buy cheap androids? why Apple sel... moreLOL....
you asked a question that u urself already know the answer.
It's PRECISELY because Android OS ALREADY MATURE (in your language, 'superior') that EVEN CHEAP ANDROIDS can functioned as good as flagship ones (except gaming, as cheap Android mostly equipped with low-end SoC which had crappy GPU that's only suitable for daily task; utube, Social media, taking photo/video, listening music, etc.)
If u know a bit of psychology, u'll know this without even thinking.
In early 2000, devices using Android OS are only good when u get high-end ones, as low-end ones has really crappy SoC & RAM, not to mention meager ROM.
When Xiaomi & many other Chinese phone makers go international on 2014, the surge of 'cheap but reliable' Android devices turned the table completely; people started wondering whether 'expensive' top-tier Android flagship worth the money, since Chinese counterpart able to offer devices with 'cutthroat' prices, including flagship-killer devices which sold one third to half the price of top flagship devices (with only 200 ~ 400$ you could get Chinese flagship killer devices).
Then, with the advancement of techology, even cheap SoC, like Helio G70 is great enough to handle quite a lot of tasks (including playing graphic-demanding games).
This is the answer to ur 'provocative but stupid' question.
Boggy-Stefy, 18 Sep 2020I do not like IOS 14. Yes, I know, is just couple of days since released. But just updated my... moreWhat are you complaining? You don't need to use Widgets or App gallery so what's the problem? :) I have never understood widgets because they just takes space from app icons which i open daily, but i found app library a very handy feature. I have like 160 apps and most of them are ones which i use very rarely. Now i can hide all them to App library to make my homescreen look more clean. They aren't on my homescreens anymore, but when i need them they are still in my phone for easy access.
I do not like IOS 14. Yes, I know, is just couple of days since released.
But just updated my iphone SE 1st gen to IOS 14 and I do not like the widgets and app library. They are useless to me as they were on my Android phones. I do not know why Apple wanted to copy this from Android. The best thing about IOS was that it was different from Android (I liked all my apps to be on the home screen). Without widgets, app drawer, custom launchers, etc.
Also, the battery drain is more faster now. And I have a 100% battery health (new battery). Initially on IOS 13, I had 5.5h of screen on time. Now I get 4-4.5h. Of course, this is too early to make a review, but still, it doesn't look promising. I lost about 13% of battery on stand by during the night. And before I lost 5% at most.
IOS 14 very stable. now Apple hardware and OS ( OS updating also ) no-1 in the world. keep going on. thanks.
Hmm, 17 Sep 2020We i hope so, but why indexing take many days to perform it's task. It mainly works in the background when you don't use the phone. Especially when plugged in. Imagine having 5000 photos/videos. The AI algorithm will have to scan and process all media to determine what's what, put them in albums, update Siri about them etc. Same for contacts, files, all databases etc.
Also all apps are rewriting their cache. It's normal in all iOS updates. Has been for years. iPhones rely heavily on cache (both files and memory cache) so this process is important.
AnonD-888522, 17 Sep 2020LMFAO...actually it does mean that fandroids are far more budget conscious than their iOS coun... moreYou rile these babies up so much, it's funny to watch :) nice work, Krish! They just can't handle how superior iOS is - hence why they're constantly trolling Apple threads.
"iOS Never Again" what an absolute laugh - how obsessed can you be?!
arun5959, 17 Sep 2020Realme UI is really half-baked. It hangs sometimes, stutters and I have to restart the phone. ... moreI have noticed a Realme 3 Pro and 5i in the internet froze despite normal use.
Don't listen to those paper specs bois.
AnonD-888522, 17 Sep 2020LMFAO...actually it does mean that fandroids are far more budget conscious than their iOS coun... moreI will pay 1000 dollars for a Samsung phone. Are you kidding me? Continue living in a cave.
AnonD-888522, 17 Sep 2020LMFAO...love how you spinned my comment to suit your own narrative. Extra brownie points! A... moreI didn't bother to look at many of your previous comments but it seems like you're trying to say iOS had widgets before android because Macs had some form of widgets (which, I don't even know what you're talking about), and that comparison doesn't even make sense, that's like saying windows phone is better than iOS because windows 95 had a start menu and iOS didn't. See how nonsensical that sounds? That's how you are right now
MrMing, 17 Sep 2020$300 junk that gets the job done, but will just go into the dustbin because it breaks already.... moreRealme UI is really half-baked. It hangs sometimes, stutters and I have to restart the phone. Realme 6.
iOS Never Again, 17 Sep 2020That is very normal on iOS.
Every new update is riddled with bugs and usually drains battery ... moreLooks like you really used a counterfeit $50 iPhone imported from Taiwan/China.
Sorry, but iOS feels like a $1000 ecosystem.
1. Battery health will still be great even after few years use under careful use. Seen many frequently used secondhand iPhone XR/XS still having 95% above battery health. If the battery does deteriotate, it's easy to replace. iFixIt gives a 6 rating for iPhone (the best for flagship).
2. iOS does not throttle your phone. It's just the same from iOS 13 to 14.
3. Apps work as usual, even less popular apps despite OS upgrade.
4. Old iPhone 6s has nearly the same features as iPhone 11 Pro, just slower because it's running on old chipset.
You can't even handle that $1000 premium ecosystem. You can keep your fake OnePlus or plastic Realme.
Android.Master, 17 Sep 2020Most people don't want to spend above 300 dollars on a smartphone coz a 300 dollar smartp... more$300 junk that gets the job done, but will just go into the dustbin because it breaks already. Which is the case with especially Realme phones. I don't touch these kind of phones, with half-baked OS.
iOS is still the more premium ecosystem, matching top-tier Androids.
Iphone se first gen.. can’t believe this baby monster still gat the update... good job apple
Anonymous, 17 Sep 2020it's called indexing. It will go back to normal after 2-3 days.We i hope so, but why indexing take many days to perform it's task.
Hmm, 17 Sep 2020OMG.....iOS 14 is a battery killer lost 50% over night!! Widget are to big and waste screen... moreit's called indexing. It will go back to normal after 2-3 days.
iOS Never Again, 17 Sep 2020That is very normal on iOS.
Every new update is riddled with bugs and usually drains battery ... more"I really don't miss Apple or their software support.
iOS never Again!"
That's strange, yet you are in every Apple article commenting and using that silly troll name. Why so obsessed? If you don't care Apple why waste your valuable time in life to talk about it everyday? :) couldn't you do something more useful? For example put all this effort to try to get android people buy high end android phones. There's help needed!
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