Anonymous, 28 Sep 2014Micro SD Cards cannot store your apps, only app data. They are prone to corrupt, a LOT. Also, ... moreI am absolutely sure that the benefits of the 64-bit cpu on the 1 GB RAM iPhone are quite exceptional...
AnonD-311402, 23 Sep 2014That's great, the iPhone is well behind the S5, so imagine how far behind it is to the new not... moreMicro SD Cards cannot store your apps, only app data. They are prone to corrupt, a LOT. Also, the iPhone 6 has beaten the S5 in numerous tests in graphical performance, despite the S5 having a quad-core and 2.7GHz clock speed. Problem is, since you are technically illiterate, you don't know what difference x86 and 64-bit makes, nor do you understand the concept of architecture and efficiency obviously. So you should not be even involving yourself in this discussion, since you don't understand the topic of conversation. By your logic, an Intel i7 at 2.0GHz is slower then an S5 because the numbers are lower. This, my friend, is why you make yourself look a fool to those in the business.
That's great, the iPhone is well behind the S5, so imagine how far behind it is to the new note 4, with 440 gpu, and running at 2.7Ghz. But go on isheep, paying $1100 for a phone with no sd card or removable battery
That's why at keynote Apple had to compare performance gain over the original iPhone to make it sound like an awesome upgrade.
Josh, 15 Sep 2014If the graph on the apple website is anything to go by it looks like there has been a 30-40% i... more"If" - which it isn't. All manufacturers make bullsh#t claims to sell their products
Trey, 15 Sep 2014Lol, when will android fanboys realize its not what you have but what you do with it. iPhones... moreReminds the talk Mac fanboys use say to before Apple woke up and finally abandoned PowerPC CPUs for Intel. Deja vu???
Trey, 15 Sep 2014Lol, when will android fanboys realize its not what you have but what you do with it. iPhones... moreWell iOS doesn't require a lot of hardware, simply because it doesn't DO a lot... It is simply an applications grid.
Android devices have 2-3 homepages with live widgets, which are all running simultaneously , receiving, processing, and displaying data.
So yeah, iOS limits your device to just what it is CAPABLE of doing.
Trey, 15 Sep 2014Lol, when will android fanboys realize its not what you have but what you do with it. iPhones... moreI had an Iphone 4 and I loved it, it was smooth and well designed...but after a while the store started lagging, and I was fed up with the Itunes, or the conversion what I needed to do every time when I wanted to watch a movie on the road....
and I hated that I needed to jailbreak it whenever I wanted to customize something...
I bought an android device and the world opened .... since then I just laugh at IOS...and the so called user experience....
They buy Apple because they think it is premium, no..its just plain expensive...
just a short review what you could do with a standard android device..
- copy music without any app...just drag and drop
- play back movies (full hd mkv) without conversion
- Customize your device
- NFC, BT etc filetransfer.... oh DLNA without limitations...
I can continue for hours and I was not even talking about the Infrared...
Apple-fans... you just don't know whats out there.
The android device does not mean SAMMY and SONY....
open your eyes...please
btw I could buy any of them... I just don'T want it...m8 HTC all the way baby...
AnonD-303927, 15 Sep 2014Apple remains faithful to its good old slogan: "Yesterday's technology at tomorrow's pric... moreLol, when will android fanboys realize its not what you have but what you do with it. iPhones are successful because everyone knows they have the best user experience, despite not being top of the line technology. Keep comparing specs though, I'm sure you will find a cure for that insecurity someday.
Apple remains faithful to its good old slogan: "Yesterday's technology at tomorrow's prices".
So, welcome to 2012, Apple fanboys (4,7" screen, 1 GB RAM, 8MP camera, NFC etc.).
If the graph on the apple website is anything to go by it looks like there has been a 30-40% increase over the 5s if so then we are looking at a minimum of 26000 but how about we just wait until it can actually be tested before we make any claims because obviously anything until then is just speculation.
I think KitKat has made so pretty good strides for the overall Android experience.
I haven't had any problems with apps crashing and such on the Moto G I have. Paid $50 for it. I also had an iPhone 4s 8GB that I paid $120 for around the same time I bought the Moto G. Both offer great performance given they are both considered lower end devices for their respective platforms.
I also have an iPhone 5 that I've used day to day, an LG G Pad 8.3 and an LG G2. Love 'em all for different reasons.
Point is: I'm very excited to see what Android L and iOS 8 bring to the table, because what makes any hardware great is how good the software is that run on it.
AnonD-302435, 14 Sep 20148mp is good only with low light photos. It's not everyday people taking a low light photos the... moreI thought this forum is about iPhone 6!!! ??? Why do people like you have to be so rude? Didn't ya mamma teach you manners kid?
Anonymous, 14 Sep 2014I'm buying this iphone 6+ by december...:)I'm buying one on launch date! 19th Sept!
8mp is good only with low light photos. It's not everyday people taking a low light photos these days. Besides, any 13mp or 16mp camera can be tone down to 8mp manually. So, Apple fans, Shut Up!