Ladha, 13 Oct 2020You have a good point with the variable refresh rate 60hz is also getting outdated in flags... moreYes. High refresh display is the only feature right now where a user can tell that one has upgraded to a better phone. Scrolling up/down is the most used action in a phone and making that smoother is higher value than 5G, wireless charging,
Vegetaholic, 13 Oct 2020Lol, if you think having 120hz on a phone has any benefit or meaning to you, when you a clown,... moreUse a 120 hz display before just saying anything ... Nd iphone was nd will always be a waste of money ... Like u charge ur phone in 3-4 hrs nd ... 1st let the company learn about fast charging... 120 hz is miles away lol.
I have my first iPhone which is iPhone 7. 120Hz is not big factor unless you're a heavy gamer. Apple or iPhone devices are very smooth.
iOS Never Again, 13 Oct 2020Says the guy who never used 120hz display as daily driver? I bet you are stuck at Ancient 60h... moreIt looks smoother. But also kill the battery way faster. So it is smoother for half the use time, what's good in this? I prefer the tech to mature and not deplete my phone's battery in 3 hours. Paaaass
Vegetaholic, 13 Oct 2020Lol, if you think having 120hz on a phone has any benefit or meaning to you, when you a clown,... moreSays the guy who never used 120hz display as daily driver?
I bet you are stuck at Ancient 60hz screen.
Kry, 13 Oct 2020Pubg 90hzLol, playing some shitty shooter on a touch screen, like 90hz will help you in this case :D People and their misarable lifes :D
iOS Never Again, 13 Oct 2020Sad part is that you are disappointed that someone has moved towards a more premium experience... moreLol, if you think having 120hz on a phone has any benefit or meaning to you, when you a clown, what you going to do with 120hz play candy crush it? Get a life :)
120hz on a phone is as useless as fifth leg for the dog. What you going to do with 120hz pretend that you a gamer playing candy crush on 120hz? :D
6ix, 13 Oct 2020Your story is a sad one, a tale of grace to grass, what a lossSad part is that you are disappointed that someone has moved towards a more premium experience while you are stuck at Ancient 60hz.
It's true how they say," Misery loves company ".
Plz go and find your 60hz loserVille friends and enjoy with them.
I have already moved on to greener pastures.
JDK, 13 Oct 2020"Loads of games"
The only GOOD game I see their is minecraft and maybe asphalt le... moreThey may NOT be good for you. But other people may find them good and/or enjoyable.
I prefer arcade style games, the only racing game I like to play is the F1 on XBOX.
Some small indie developers are quite good. I don't write them off.
Innoman, 13 Oct 2020Still on iPhone 6 . I really need cashI also had an iPhone 6 for a while. It tops out at iOS 12, which I think has stopped receiving security updates (but only just recently). You could probably still rough it for another few months with it (I definitely could, but I'm the definition of a light user). But, even by iPhone's longevity standards, I can understand the need to upgrade. You should check out an iPhone SE 2nd generation (or even a used 7 or 7 Plus, which are still great phones).
As far as the removal of accessories, I'm totally behind it. Less e-waste is good for everyone, as is Apple's goal to be a carbon-neutral company. It's extremely smart and I've been saying it since well before the reveal today. Most Apple users already have the headphones and bricks they need (and probably countless extra ones too). For any of them who don't have everything they need, the included USB-C to Lightning cable is likely the only missing piece for any of them. For people totally new to Apple (likely a small number), they can buy what they need separately. Now the downside: It costs extra. The new iPhones all have 5G, all have hi-res OLED displays, the latest A14 chip, MagSafe, and a new industry-first screen glass material (the latter 3 of which are all Apple INNOVATIONS, and no doubt Android will try to copy MagSafe). This is a pretty big improvement from last year's models and seeing as how Apple has to carefully source many of its components from competing manufacturers, it's reasonable to assume that this is always expensive for them.
michaemia, 13 Oct 2020Don't upgrade. Not worth it.No one should still be using a phone from 2014
Noticing a lot of comments about 90hz. To Apple, that'd be too intermediate a step. It's half-assed. They would either do the full 120hz or just leave it at 60hz, which they did. I only use iPhone (better software, way better industrial design, overall superior experience). I would never switch to Android (tried it once, never again). 5G seems more useful than 120hz if the choice has to be made. But it would have been nice to have both. UI smoothness and better gaming seems to be the main advantage of 120hz so I don't mind it isn't there. I'd rather have better battery life. And, like most iPhone users, I don't game on my phone.
michaemia, 13 Oct 2020Don't upgrade. Not worth it.I just chose to jump ship to android because of no 120hz