Anonymous, 28 Sep 2018No lag? Well here in reality that doesnt exist.
Yes, 100% lag free doesn't exist, more so in iPhones with overhyped bionic processors but with limited RAM and limited multitasking ability. So much for the fake news that iPhones don't lag or stutter like androids.
Here's how to fix iPhone lags:
Anonymous, 28 Sep 2018Awesome. It was a YouTube one. It was benchmarks and tests to run the batteries down.
Not sci... moreYou're right. Those YouTube battery tests claiming iPhone batteries last longer are definitely not controlled scientific conditions. They are sponsored by Apple to highlight Apple's false claims that iPhones despite their small, puny batteries, can outperform Android phones with large 4000mAh batteries.
Iphone XS, XS Max vs. Note 9, P20 Pro, Pixel, OnePlus 6:
Tom's guide tends to be biased towards iPhones but still, they mentioned if you want excellent battery life, you go with android phones with large batteries. In Tom's controlled battery endurance tests, they are using the phone's 4G LTE mobile data (different from GSMArena's outdated battery endurance tests which still use WIFI testing with all LTE radios off).
I tend to rely more on Tom's Guide on battery performance and longevity despite it being a site biased towards Apple because its battery endurance tests are more reliable than GSMArena's battery endurance ratings. I mean people don't buy flagship Gigabit LTE phones just to turn them off and use WIFI instead.
Based on Tom's Guide, all recent Android phones with 4000mAh batteries should be waaay better in real world longevity than those overpriced iphones which frankly, have only the bionic processor to brag about.
Here's Tom's Guide's list of the best battery life phones for HEAVY mobile data use:
Anonymous, 28 Sep 2018Really? :) Under standardized lab conditions? Or under Apple sponsored, non-standardized pseud... moreAwesome. It was a YouTube one. It was benchmarks and tests to run the batteries down.
Not scientific I'm sure.
Anonymous, 28 Sep 2018Fluid and easy to use? Wow!!! Offseasons half the price are fluid and easy to use too!! In fac... moreFluid means no lag. And easy to use means everything being simple. Except iTunes... iTunes are baaad....
Anonymous, 28 Sep 2018Actually yes. A run test showed that the new iPhones actually have good battery life. Not just... moreReally? :) Under standardized lab conditions? Or under Apple sponsored, non-standardized pseudo-battery tests you find in YouTube? Please read the link below before you claim the puny 3174mAh iPhone XS Max battery can 'shockingly' outperform the Galaxy Note 9's 4000mAh battery longevity. Note thay the tests below are done based on equal screen brightness and using mobile data, which is what users actually do on their phones most of the time (browsing/Facebook/YouTube)!
There. So much for your 'shocking claim' that small iphone batteries can outperform Samsung Note 9's large 4000mAh battery.
Kaloyan, 26 Sep 2018Yes, it was on iOS 12.Thanks. Yes, the EXIF data in the photos confirms this.
Realistic1, 27 Sep 2018This is why I like my iPhone so much despite being dated. I know that even in the future I wil... moreFluid and easy to use? Wow!!! Offseasons half the price are fluid and easy to use too!! In fact if all you do is text and Facebook they are both simple. Buy for settings and organization android is still ahead. Though apple did organize iOS again some.
Great job though. Hope that placebo of some mythical fluidness and ease of use for double the cost pays off
Anonymous, 28 Sep 2018How many android fans came to the comment section without checking the performance score of th... moreLol a11 had better benchmarks because better bursts.
But in actual usage throttles much more heavily and is less efficient.
S845 is a much better chip for longevity and efficiency with much less throttle. And much better network connectivity.
And yes the a12 actually comes a little closer to the hype for once....or so it seems so far. And a lot of that is thanks to the move to 7nm which other chips will be there very shortly....and may just as well throttle less and be more efficient again.
We shall see.
And you mean calling out the truth??
Or how apple users are all over every page of the internet proclaiming their superiority??
Anonymous, 28 Sep 2018Wow, that's some convoluted logic!
Does your iPhone XS Max have micro sd card expansion up... moreActually yes. A run test showed that the new iPhones actually have good battery life. Not just standby. For once.
Actually lasted longer than note 9 with it set to full screen resolution.
Shocking i know
Wow. So apple users finally get to experience standard features from the past 2 to 10 years.
Good battery life, a true premium display, better ram, stereo audio recording, less throttled performance and good efficiency, a more stable OS build.
Just to get old normal features though the prices are more insane than ever.
Kaloyan, 27 Sep 2018I am the reviewer and I know what I wrote and it's exactly what I meant - the approach to the ... moreYou mean the shape... that's a bit limited, truly. And notched refers to any shape around the front camera's speakers etc. and in that respect the notch was not copied by Android from Apple as Apple didn't start the notch approach, they followed on from what Essential did, just with a different shape. So Android couldn't carry on with something that wasn't even started by Apple.
Anonymous, 28 Sep 2018How many android fans came to the comment section without checking the performance score of th... moreWow, that's some convoluted logic!
Does your iPhone XS Max have micro sd card expansion up to 512gb in addition to 512GB internal storage for all your 4K 60fps phone captured videos, phone captured RAW/DNG photos, FLAC (lossless) music collection, offline 4K movie downloads, offline encyclopedia and other storage devouring media and personal files?
Can your iPhone wirelessly screen share all those phone captured high quality photos and 4K videos on a large screen smart tv to enjoy your photos and 4K videos/movies 1000x more, anytime, anywhere, without buying an overpriced Apple tv that still needs a Wifi network to function?
Does your iPhone have an audio jack to enjoy the highest quality music reproduction using audiophile grade wired headphones that do not become inutile like your low quality bluetooth powered headphones that get disposed in a year or two once the sealed battery dies, and in addition, keeps bombarding your brain with 'harmless' bluetooth radiation each and every single day of extended music listening?
Can your iPhone last a day of heavy use - calling, browsing, Facebook, Youtube, gaming etc. with its microscopic capacity sub-4000mAh battery?
Can your iPhone transfer files to and from any PC and other phones without giving you an excruciating, suffocating, infuriating experience that can almost give the user a siezure?
Can your iPhone personalize the horrendous cluttered iPhone user interface by allowing an app drawer, and by allowing for extensive customization and personalization using dark and custom themes, custom ringtones, adjustable animation speeds, personalized gesture shortcuts/actions, resizable icons, icon grid size, etc, to make phone use 1000x more efficient, enjoyable and personalized to each individual user's needs?
Can your iphone connect to a PC and transform the user interface to desktop mode for a 100% more efficient productivity oriented activity?
Is raw processor power all you can brag about the iPhone, which doesn't even translate to perceptible improvement in phone responsiveness because of the iphone's sluggish scrolling and animation speeds that cannot be changed/cutomized? --- and because iPhone users typically only use their iPhones for calling, texting, Facebook, gaming and browsing, which even cheap android phones can do without problems?
There, that's the whole truth and not the filtered truth which Apple would like its diehard users to believe.
iPhones are expensive not because they give you a vastly better hardware package overall (the only thing better is the superfluous raw processor speed); iPhones are expensive not because they provide a vastly better user experience (which actually is rather restrictive, limited and jurassic as mentioned above in the things it can't do); iPhones are expensive because Apple would rather spend excessively on prestige marketing, promoting iPhones to the affluent market as some prestigious, luxury, must have premium phone for the rich and famous. Other than that, the highway robbery price of the latest iPhones are pure insanity and are meant only to flaunt one's social status rather than being truly the best phone money can buy. If you really want to flaunt your social status, there are much better alternatives like buying an expensive Swiss watch, gold and diamond studded jewelry, buy a luxury car, etc. than waste money on a silicon based electronic device that has zero grams of precious metals and stones and that lasts nowhere near as jewelries or cars and depreciates in value and life faster than one can fully pay for the 2 year monthly amortization.