Nope. Note finalized yet. Android is always a letter in beta and then they add the sweet name when they close to releaseSo I guess it's not going to be named after candy/sweet. Just going with Android P. Similar gestures like the iPhone, but some differences. Not sure I would want know my app usage, might be alarmed.
This is not an argument and doesn’t offer insight why you believe otherwise. In terms of both platforms, they’re so different in their own tangent, even if they share _some_of the same functionality, you wouldn’t have those who strictly prefer iOS or android just because they might have some remote similarities in their platforms. Competition between both platforms is much needed, and they do have similarities and yet they have their differences, but you need to have that differential for the consumer to make the decision. Software is everything for the experience, hardware is second.No. Still Android copies iOS.
What's amazing is that Android fanboys will say things like "Apple copied large screens" or something.Apple still leads the way IMO. Companies seem to always get it later.
I think android has come along way and it’s certainly not what it once was in the past. There are some who will never abandon iOS no matter how good android becomes, because I believe that when you factor in Apples customer service, security and five years of iOS support, those are three main ingredients that make the iOS ecosystem so crucial in the experience, seemingly that Android falls short on in my opinion.Apple is making it tougher to consider their smartphones going forward.
If android does copy iOS, who cares? I don’t think it’s going to be enough for those who only use the iOS just to make the transition over to android because of some copied features. If Samsung wants to create competition by _copying_ Apple, so be it. But we know iOS is still very dominant for other reasons. (Security, customer support, 4/5 years of iOS updates).Everything wrong with that. It's very frustating to come up with new ideas just to have your neighbor copy them.
If I wanted to keep my phone for 5 years, I would definitely hold onto iOS for sure, so no argument there. As a tech lover, my budget is shrinking because I need to save $ for investments, housing, retirement, etc, so I could only afford so much. Apple is too expensive to fully integrate into the ecosystem.I think android has come along way and it’s certainly not what it once was in the past. There are some who will never abandon iOS no matter how good android becomes, because I believe that when you factor in Apples customer service, security and five years of iOS support, those are three main ingredients that make the iOS ecosystem so crucial in the experience, seemingly that Android falls short on in my opinion.
The notch is what gets me all OCD about the X, and then seeing that ugly home bar, but seeing both of them combined... it just looks awful and messy compared to the cleanliness of previous iPhones. I have no idea how it doesn’t bother X owners when both are staring you in the face all the time, both as hideous as the other.Android is starting to look really clean nowadays. I give them that. Also this freaking annoying bar is nothing to be copied.
Everytime i see an iPhone X my OCD goes into overload with this annoying bar at the bottom. I wish this could be hidden or its transparency adjusted to basically from 0 to 100.
I would like for Apple to copy some of these ideas. The Do Not Disturb and app engagement features sound neat! I would LOVE this rotation button on iOS
If it was “such an obvious thing” Apple would’ve done it.Let me know when Apple finally lets me set Do Not Disturb to specific days of the week for one thing. It’s so pathetic and should have been there from the start. I am amazed it has yet to be added. Such an obvious thing