Discussion in 'Technology Talk' started by FluffyShutterbug, May 5, 2017.
Android has it's perks, but I perfer Apple. I just find it easier to use.
I text, browse, and maybe make 5 actual calls a month. My IPhone 5 is about 6 years old, and I've only had to change the battery last month.
I think that's pretty reliable for a device. Who cares about 9000 features if you fart and it shatters?
was Panasonic then they slipped out of the market so went to Nokia. Nokia then lost there way just when Sony and Erricson got to gether (Erricson build with Sonys GUI). Still with Sony so hence android. The iPhone has always been to large for me and so far Sony has been able to supply phones that meet my personal and business needs and the addition of being water resistant is a bonus.
I had an international Sony Xperia X10a for a while. Nice phone, decent camera and proc speeds, but a butt load of bloat ware to remove.
Extremely difficult at the time to find a decent case for it. That irked me bad from day one.
Why did they remove the home button in the newest Iphone??
Because it's Apple's tradition to remove things every time they come out with a new model.
Quite simply the button had gone to save money on the build cost. Same reason they did away with the 3.5mm headphone socket. Manufacturers have been up to this game for years.
It's going to a virtual home button supposedly to gain more screen size without going physically bigger, and the headphone jack is kind of obsolete anyways with all of the Bluetooth headphones available.
Android since every phone has a phone jack & native flac support before ios did.
No it's not when any android phones still use them and you can get DAP's like the fiio X1 with jack's. BT headphone's still have years to go before they can match wired headphones even with Sony's new audio codec.
Gotta love how removing a feature is a thing to brag about. Instead of adding stuff that matters.
When it comes to smartphones... I've been an Android user for years now. Currently using the Galaxy S8 and loving it.
However... I've found that I quite enjoy using Macs instead of Windows machines!
It's quite amusing that a couple of people here say that one is better than the other, and thats that.
In this case it seems to be in Android's favour, however both apple and android have their advantages and disadvantages.
- Arguebly more appealing and easy to use interface/OS
- Signifcantly unreliable battery life
- I have found that the more you use them, the laggier and slower they get
- Often easier to modify.
Android, but only for the appealing prices.
I want to spend as little as possible on a phone.
I've only ever used Apple stuff when working with music, but from what I've heard the mobile devices they have don't last as long as others would like compared to Android. And spec/feature wise they don't seem that far ahead of Android anymore.
Apple. Because they are the only ones who sell four-inch phone on market. And because it’s Apple:
quality, safety and user-friendly.
Not much techie here so some cheap android phone works for me.
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