Abhijit, 17 Sep 2012The original iPhone had no multitasking. In fact they had no true multitasking all the way til... moreIos has no true multitasking. Apps get paused. U are in the impression of multitasking but it is not. Its simply switching apps. Ios can never achieve what the note 2 can like running a video side by side with other apps. Not even a cydia tweak can do that. Quasar was close enough but no.
PIP, 17 Sep 2012I guess you've hit the nail on the head about the power being relative to the apps that Apple ... moreIf you insist on getting a smaller Android, I would recommend HTC One S. Build quality is great, camera is great, the screen is great and it runs on dual core Krait CPU. But don't complain later about OS updates OK? :)
mih, 17 Sep 2012Just give us some examples what other smartphones (computers..) can do, in terms of multitaski... moreLAN, 4 computers, I (sgs2) run FTP service for my coworker to use data from directory on my phone while I send files from one to other computer and while it is copying review one of documents...(and do not compare simulations of file systems on iOS and jailbreak iPhone... that is what people want and not Apple, and jailbreak is proof that people want something like Android)
one of multitasking options I use...
don't think I hate iOS. it is excellent os. but it is not that good
AnonD-48120, 17 Sep 2012I bet you use android. Try jailbreaking and using backgrounder on IOS :)Backgrounder is irrelevant post ios4 where its function was offered natively. Still it is not true multitasking beacuse apps at the backgroud paused. There was this tweak called Quasar that offered windowed apps like in a pc, only problem is the only functional window was the one in the front. Everything else behind it was paused. Cause yeah, ios dont offer true multitasking
Gavin_Is_A_Man, 17 Sep 2012Few people dislike Apple more than I do, but the new iPhone isn't rubbish, it's just disappoin... moreI guess you've hit the nail on the head about the power being relative to the apps that Apple will allow to run. My 4s (which was given to me and my only phone) is just annoying now that I've played with other devices.
I thought I had the best, but I like the customization and hardware flexibility of other devices much more. I want to change. I know everyone raves about the Galaxy, and yes, it is lovely, but a tad too big for me.
Sony is what I always bought, and I still think they have the nicest designs out there, but, no matter what I buy, it will be Android. I'm just tired of that stupid i-Tunes and other restrictions.
I don't favour one manufacturer over another, competition is good for us all, but when spending money, it's important to investigate what you are getting for it and not be swept away by the marketing hype.
what lol, 17 Sep 2012if android is a "device running few apps or programs painfully slow and laggy" If yo... moreCalm down kid, running around and calling people names will help you achieve nothing. So sit tight, keep your mouth shout and let adults do the talk. Understood?
mih, 17 Sep 2012Just give us some examples what other smartphones (computers..) can do, in terms of multitaski... moreThe original iPhone had no multitasking. In fact they had no true multitasking all the way till iPhone 3GS.
Now iPhone's can multitask as good as the other OSes because, THEY LEARNED FROM OTHERS AND ADDED TRUE MULTITASKING TO iOS.
Also iPhones had an aspect ratio which wasted a lot of screen area while watching movies. Nokia(Symbian) and Samsung, HTC etc were already using 16:9 ratio for best utilization for screen area.
NOW APPLE HAS REALIZED THEIR MISTAKE AND FOLLOWED THE OTHERS. YES THEY HAVE 16:9 on iPhone 5.
mih, 17 Sep 2012Why don't you stop repeating that nonsense about multitasking - it doesn't give droid phones s... moreStarting from android ICS you can disable multitasking,and enjoy the fluid performance. Given by the iphone,
mih, 17 Sep 2012Just give us some examples what other smartphones (computers..) can do, in terms of multitaski... moreThere are countless of possibilities. Especially with the new android floating apps. You can for example watch a video in a minimized window while reading your sms. Bring up the calculator app while at the browser for a quick calculation. Open up notes while still at your email app, to jot down notes. There is no limit. Just check out the note 2 video and youll be impressed. Jeez ppl, multitasking has been invented ages ago, even a windows 95 can do that. Just because a phone refuses to offer that functionality, you are willin to return to medieval ages.
iOS is not powerful in multitasking as Android.
Click the link to know more about it.
AnonD-71436, 17 Sep 2012Multitasking is a crucial component in any phone OS in this era. Seeing that most premium phon... moreJust give us some examples what other smartphones (computers..) can do, in terms of multitasking, that can't be done on iPhone and we'll see if it's really that big deal. I think you'll only prove my point, but maybe I'm wrong.
mexx, 17 Sep 2012Laughing out loud when I see android fanboys calling iP5 a failure and comparing iOS6 with dev... moreguys don't hope too much on iphone. and don't bashing it either.
you're setting your expectation too high by saying iphone stretch, err, I mean iphone 5 use quad core, LOL.
they don't need quad core yet, at least for now.
we know they prefer to focus on overall experience, rather than high-spec like others.
LosHo, 17 Sep 2012just have a look mate
Standard battery, Li-Po
Stand-by Up to 225 h (2G) / Up to 2... moreThe King is the Razr HD Maxx 3300mAh followed by The Razr HD and Razr M because they all beat the GS3 and iPhone 5.
mih, 17 Sep 2012Why don't you stop repeating that nonsense about multitasking - it doesn't give droid phones s... moreif android is a "device running few apps or programs painfully slow and laggy" If you say somethign as stupid as that then you obviously are a troll. Android starting with 2.1 was nowhere near painfully slow or laggy...that sound more like nokia s60v5. OK ?
If someone calls android painfully slow and laggy they need a serious facepalm. Seriously. painfully slow ? are yo uretarded ?
Hey everyone this guy things android is painfully slow and laggy...i guess he's got nasa's supercomputer running inside his iphone. what a stupid troll.
Denzo, 17 Sep 2012Yeah but the point he is making is 100% true.
Multi tasking does what exactly?
When I ex... moreTrue multitasking allows the background applications to keep RUNNING in the background(like downloading stuff, logging reports, etc), not just "resume" after they are brought back to the foreground.
iOS in its current avatar allows true multitasking, but Android, Symbian, Windows Mobile had it way before...
mexx, 17 Sep 2012Laughing out loud when I see android fanboys calling iP5 a failure and comparing iOS6 with dev... moreDon't be so smug - JB is on the rise, and there are likely to be more Sammy Galaxy s3's running it than iPhones running iOS 6 - not to mention all the custom ROMs of JB for older devices.