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IPhone vs Andriod

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Let the great debate begin! 

Is IPhone or Android better? And why?! 

I personally have an android -Samsung Galaxy S6 

I love it, can't see myself trading it for an IPhone! 

IPhone 7 has no audio jack, which is a big turn off for me. I can't listen to music without buying another one of their expensive products. 

How about yall? What's your opinion? 

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I use a Samsung Galaxy A3, and I'm probably going to stick with it. While I do like the iPhone's UI and it's stable FPS, I can't ignore the fact how Android is so much more customizable. You got widgets, live wallpapers, custom firmwares, it's solid stuff.

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I currently have an iPhone 6S Plus, but I will soon be changing to Android, not because I dislike iOS or Apple, it's a good platform in it's own right, but it's too simple for me. At the end of the day, both do the same thing, but Android does customization better and you pick the Handset/OS that works best for you.

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Ya, Android, for me, is definitely the way to go. My ONLY problem with it is the advanced protection of the phone to prevent the user from rooting it. It offers great customization, but I'm greedy and want more xD However, I have yet to find a way to root this type of phone with the specs/firmware I have.

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Both. Don't really have a preference. It's more if I'm in the mood for paying more for a better product (iPhone) or save money (android) for something else.

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That moment when you're still using an Iphone 4. 

Android is nice and cheap, Apple is nice and expensive. If they can make calls and send texts they're fine*.

 

*also if they can view porn; that's a plus.

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In my opinion Android is better than IOS.

- Its cheaper and you have more Features.

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Personally I am great Android fan because of customisability and the fact they come in all sorts, sizes and prices.

Currently using a OnePlus 3T, as successor to my previous 3 HTC phones.

3 hours ago, Wolfy said:

Ya, Android, for me, is definitely the way to go. My ONLY problem with it is the advanced protection of the phone to prevent the user from rooting it. It offers great customization, but I'm greedy and want more xD However, I have yet to find a way to root this type of phone with the specs/firmware I have.

The amount of effort required to root an Android phone varies greatly per manufacturer. For example HTC phones have been known one of the most difficult to root, although still doable. And Oneplus and Nexus/Google phones are the easiest (disclaimer: I might be missing some phones or brands). Generally though, less popular phones are harder to root because there are less people working on them.

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TBH I've repaired way too many iPhones AND Android phones to generally not like either. Android has the better user experience in terms of freedom to tweak the OS to your liking, while iOS is a magnificent piece of programming considering that it's basically OS X in a small package (it is one of the only things I really give Apple credit for).

Now, I know I'm going to get a lot of shit for this, but I actually prefer Windows Phones. I had a small Lumia 520 and the ecosystem was amazing - everything was so easily interconnected, required very little user input for maintenance (most of the time, none), it was easier to handle some things that are generally more complicated on Android (like installing apps directly to an SD card); it has a consisted, minimalistic and original UI design and if you actually put a little time in tweaking all of it, it was a very good OS experience; yes, the big downside is the lack of apps, but this is where third party apps had their freedom to shine and in certain situations provide better experience than an official app... 8.1 was an amazing OS, 10 not so much, although I used little of it before switching phones.

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I have a jailbroken iPhone SE. I'm happy with it, but without the jailbreak it would be pretty shit.

I just like customization, and that is only accesable via a jailbreak. So I would normally prefer Android.

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15 hours ago, Gornot said:

TBH I've repaired way too many iPhones AND Android phones to generally not like either. Android has the better user experience in terms of freedom to tweak the OS to your liking, while iOS is a magnificent piece of programming considering that it's basically OS X in a small package (it is one of the only things I really give Apple credit for).

Now, I know I'm going to get a lot of shit for this, but I actually prefer Windows Phones. I had a small Lumia 520 and the ecosystem was amazing - everything was so easily interconnected, required very little user input for maintenance (most of the time, none), it was easier to handle some things that are generally more complicated on Android (like installing apps directly to an SD card); it has a consisted, minimalistic and original UI design and if you actually put a little time in tweaking all of it, it was a very good OS experience; yes, the big downside is the lack of apps, but this is where third party apps had their freedom to shine and in certain situations provide better experience than an official app... 8.1 was an amazing OS, 10 not so much, although I used little of it before switching phones.

What you say about Windows Phone I can agree with, I never had one but I hear this from collegues who have had a Lumia. I was actually looking into getting a Windows Phone but decided not to because of the lack of apps, which is disappointing, really. Otherwise I think Windows Phone would have been great.

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I have a Samsung (S7)

Every Iphone I had was dead after 6 months of using it:lol:.

And now I have 3 Samsungs and all are still working !!

 

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I have a Android phone (HTC One M8)

Other than the lack of a good camera (And the screen acting on mine a lot despite it not having any screen cracks, only a small scratch.) It's a pretty good phone, aged quite well considering it's almost three years old now. Though I have only had it for a year or so myself now.

I would have picked a iPhone to be my next phone, but seeing as Apple is still charging more for the OS rather than bringing better hardware to the table plus removing the headphone jack forces me to lay off on a iPhone for at least another couple of years to see if it's gotten better at that point.

I'll probably look at Replacing it ether with a Samsung S8 or with a OnePlus 3T somewhere near the summer.

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Recent schematics of the Iphone 8 all seem to be pointing to a vertical camera with the flash in between both cameras... Great. I love traffic lights.

Also rumors spreading around that Apple has only a few months to figure out how to implement their touch ID into the OLED display before manufacturing but it's not looking hopeful. 

They may just have to remove it completely and introduce facial recognition which is bullshit. Even some schematics have a fingerprint scanner on the back of the phone which just adds

to the goofy look tbh. Bottom line is I'm probably making the switch to Android in the near future if Apple can't pull this off.

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On 7/18/2017 at 9:57 PM, DefaultAlex said:

They may just have to remove it completely and introduce facial recognition which is bullshit. Even some schematics have a fingerprint scanner on the back of the phone which just adds

to the goofy look tbh. Bottom line is I'm probably making the switch to Android in the near future if Apple can't pull this off.

 

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I personally like Apple due to the fact that I’m really used to it, but Android can kick ass. Sure, I wouldn’t mind an Android Phone, but I like Apple just due to how used I am to it and the overall style of it.

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Android is fucking great with all of it's possibilities for modding, flashing, rooting and modifying. Also there are a lot of OEMs that often do a way better job then Samsung, the "main" Android mobile manufacturer and this at lower price tag.

I personally own a Leeco Le Pro 3 and I am a huge fan, although I miss water protection:/.

 

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