- Aug 25, 2012
D you guys think the iPhone is a better option, lets say I like iOS and android the same, what would be the better device
Lets see:D you guys think the iPhone is a better option, lets say I like iOS and android the same, what would be the better device
I have been testing that, and I am getting 1628 on geekbench scores, so they are actually about the same on there.All the benchmarks are giving i5 higher scores. It just got noticed as having the best screen/display. And personally a friend and I did side by side Internet load tests to several sites and my phone was significantly faster
The Galaxy S3 is a wonderful phone, without it I might not have been able to afford to buy my unlocked iPhone 5
T-Mobile gave me one for free on upgrade, I still had my iP4 which was still better quality, the S3 just felt cheap and plasticky, and text input on the s3 was horrible, where I can touch type quite quick on the iPhone I found I had to use one finger tip and slowly tap to be accurate on the S3, I don't think their algorithm controlling the onscreen keyboard is very good, and copy/paste and select is much more awkward.
I boxed the S3 up and it sold quickly and at a good price, after selling the S3 and my iP4 I actually made a profit on buying my iP5 .
That's part of the problem...You have to go through all of this trouble to get the phone to work even remotely properly.you have to customize it to your liking. get a better keyboard, a better rom, a better kernel and a better radio. Thats the + of android you customize it to your liking then its the best for you.
if your not into making things work for you and just want a vanilla phone thats the same for everyone then the iphone is best for you, my mom has one and loves it.
It wasn't my first android phone, I had the original S, and the S2 (still got the S2 as my work phone) and I tried every keyboard in the Play Store, hell, I even PAID for some keyboards (with my Nexus 7 store credit) like Thumb keyboard and Swiftkey.you have to customize it to your liking. get a better keyboard, a better rom, a better kernel and a better radio. Thats the + of android you customize it to your liking then its the best for you.
That could just be down to build quality and the perception of build materials.. iPhones also tend to have much better resale value.
Not really, I was discussing the reasons behind the resale value of iPhones in general, not just the 5.Actually, I'm pretty sure it's mostly due to demand.
Spot on, exactly how I felt.Had the s3 for a couple months. It does everything but nothing well.
Not just the 5. The 4 and 4S, too. There are over 50 android phones that have been released since the 4 and there are only 3 iPhones over the same period.Not really, I was discussing the reasons behind the resale value of iPhones in general, not just the 5.