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Apple Reveals the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with a 4.7inch and 5.5 inch screen!

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looks like they caught up with samsung. i still prefer my galaxy.



 

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famousringo said:
Shadowfest3 said:
ethomaz said:
Shadowfest3 said:
I have a Samsung Galaxy S4 and an iPhone 4S and both have their pros and cons. The main reason I like the S4 is the larger screen. Now that Apple has fixed that issue with the 6 and 6 Plus then I might have to go back to the iPhone. How mand MP is the camera? Does anyone know?

8 MP.

Really, only an 8 MP camera?  I know their camera is really good but I would think they would continue to improve the quality with higher MP count.  


No, they improve quality by increasing the accuracy of the sensor pixels. That gets you better photos without jacking up file size.

Honestly, there are so many ways to improve a camera beyond just pixel count that it might be even worse than the megahertz wars.

bananaking21 said:
that iwatch is useless. just like every other watch accessory ever made for a phone.

It seems like an essential accessory for the phablet crowd. Now they don't have to embarrass themselves whenever they try to answer their bigass phone.

Oh, okay.  I can see how that can work.  



ethomaz said:
jnemesh said:

Your issues are probably related more to Sony's "skin" that runs on top of Android, rather than Android itself.  Root the phone and install a STOCK Android ROM (such as Cyanogenmod, there are others) and most of your issues will disappear!

Sony, Sansumg, etc... it is not related to Sony's "skin" itself... if it is then I put that in one more Android issue... I don't need to root anything, I don't need to reinstall an OS, etc...

I need and deserve to buy a phone that the OS works like it is supposed to work.


They make phones like that...usually listed as a "Nexus" phone or a "Google Play Edition".  Android by itself is stable, fast, reliable, and efficient.  But manufacturers like Samsung come along and make it a bloated, buggy mess by skinning it with their crap.



ethomaz said:
jnemesh said:

Your issues are probably related more to Sony's "skin" that runs on top of Android, rather than Android itself.  Root the phone and install a STOCK Android ROM (such as Cyanogenmod, there are others) and most of your issues will disappear!

Sony, Sansumg, etc... it is not related to Sony's "skin" itself... if it is then I put that in one more Android issue... I don't need to root anything, I don't need to reinstall an OS, etc...

I need and deserve to buy a phone that the OS works like it is supposed to work.


imo people that say this probably just don't know how to operate the phone properly

my phone has multiple active widgets on my home screens such as an instagram veiwer, rss widget ,weather etc 

and i never experience slowdown

slowdown may occur when people make erros like leaving loads of apps running in the back ground 

if you prefer ios thats cool but don't blame android if you don't understand how to operate it properly just learn where you're going wrong and improve on it



o_O.Q said:

imo people that say this probably just don't know how to operate the phone properly

my phone has multiple active widgets on my home screens such as an instagram veiwer, rss widget ,weather etc

and i never experience slowdown

slowdown may occur when people make erros like leaving loads of apps running in the back ground

don't blame the os if you don't understand how to operate it properly just learn where you're going wrong and improve on it

If I remember well the mobile OS needs to manage apps alone... so it kills the app if it needs resources and it is not up to the user to do that

I was just in my usual hating... I really don't like Android and I don't blame who like it.



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750p?
Shame Apple! Shame!



ethomaz said:

o_O.Q said:

imo people that say this probably just don't know how to operate the phone properly

my phone has multiple active widgets on my home screens such as an instagram veiwer, rss widget ,weather etc

and i never experience slowdown

slowdown may occur when people make erros like leaving loads of apps running in the back ground

don't blame the os if you don't understand how to operate it properly just learn where you're going wrong and improve on it

If I remember well the mobile OS needs to manage apps alone... so it kills the app if it needs resources and it is not up to the user to do that

I was just in my usual hating... I really don't like Android and I don't blame who like it.


but that's like saying that while you're at your pc right now using its various applications that you shouldn't have to close them when you're done with them...

its the same thing

 

edit: sorry i read you wrong, no android keeps the apps you haven't closed running in the background like your pc does

so in order to conserve resources its always best to close the apps you are finished with from the app lists, if you don't eventually the ram will be used up and that will cause slowdown

 

ultimately with more options comes a greater responsibility on the user to micromanage tasks that are assigned to the device

which i suppose is what separates apple and android users 

apple users don't want to bear the extra responsibility that having more options entails whereas android users are willing to bear it

but thats just my take...

i couldn't give up on all the features i get with android personally



Ninsect said:

Doesn't look good to me o.O


Compared to all the other smart watches out there? Although I would never buy one since I am completely android bound, it looks and works a ton better than all the shitty android versions out there so far. And yes I know about the samsung gear s which is going in the right direction but uses Tizen so is 100% a no go for me and has some key flaws.

Face it, now that apple has joined the fray smart watches are going to finally get off the ground. They certainly havn't done any good before.



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o_O.Q said:

but that's like saying that while you're at your pc right now using its various applications that you shouldn't have to close them when you're done with them...

its the same thing

 

edit: sorry i read you wrong, no android keeps the apps you haven't closed running in the background like your pc does

so in order to conserve resources its always best to close the apps you are finished with from the app lists, if you don't eventually the ram will be used up and that will cause slowdown

 

ultimately with more options comes a greater responsibility on the user to micromanage tasks that are assigned to the device

which i suppose is what separates apple and android users

apple users don't want to bear the extra responsibility that having more options entails whereas android users are willing to bear it

but thats just my take...

i couldn't give up on all the features i get with android personally

I understand and I think you are dam right... you need to choose which you think is better for you.



Yawn.

Welcome to 2012 Apple.

More overpriced shiny stuff for the same type of people who think Beats headphones are the best you can buy.

I guess advertising really is the most important factor these days.



 

 

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