iPhone Vs. Android

Updated on February 12, 2015 in Devices
12 on February 9, 2015

Which is the better device? Clearly it’s iPhone but since I’ve never owned an Android I might be interested in hearing from the other side.

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1 on February 10, 2015

iPhone. I’ve never owned anything else, but any time I’ve used an Android phone, I find it meh.

on February 10, 2015

Have to excuse myself from this argument. We don’t even get cell reception up here.

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1 on February 10, 2015

My Samsung s5 is teh suck. Absolutely the worst. If AT&T hadn’t told me it would cost $1,100 to give it back, settle the termination and fees, and get a new iPhone, I would do it in a minute.

on February 11, 2015

What kind of a S5, though? There are a couple of different versions.

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1 on February 10, 2015

I find Apple products more intuitive.  Maybe cuz I use them so much, but still…

on February 10, 2015

Yes! Compatibility is a huge factor for me and there’s just too many cool things my iPhone can do with my Mac for me to consider an Android.

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0 on February 10, 2015

You can have my iPhone when you pry it from my cold dead hands.  

Actually, you could have it for a few hundred bucks, since then I’d just buy another one.  But yeah, iPhone is clearly superior (of course, I’ve never owned an Android phone, but why should that stop me from stating an opinion?)

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0 on February 11, 2015

Has anyone ever used/tried the Amazon smartphone?

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2 on February 11, 2015

Android gives you flexibility, options, and customization, 

iphone just works. But works how it wants you to work.

on February 11, 2015

iPhone JUST works. Android HARDLY works. 

At least in my experience.

on February 11, 2015

Turk, it seems to me you just have a bad experience. I have an s5 and it works just fine.

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0 on February 12, 2015

In my experience, iPhone cannot match Android’s success at freezing up spontaneously and raising my blood pressure. Of course that is anecdotal.

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