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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by bo-waleed, May 30, 2012.
What do you think ?
Off topic question, What are the best android forums ? [for galaxy S3]
The only thing that it needs, iOS6
Tons of malware?
stores you can go to in case something goes wrong
IPS display instead of over saturated AMOLED that gets screen burn in
A physical size that is easy to manage one handed
Better on screen battery life per charge
And of course the biggest one of all: iOS smoothness and integration
Obvious troll is obvious Xda-forums would be best.
Better factory support
Timely OS updates
No fragmentation woes
Better software and hardware integration
No garbage pentile display
Lag free UI
Better battery life
Better resale value
It won't have apps that half way work. And It will have a fairly decent battery.
The new iPhone will have tons of malware?
The only valid point on this list is no pentile
This, this, 1000x this!
Better Map than google Map...
iPhone hardware will be better than GS.
Any decent android forums ?
Xda, androidforums, etc
Sarcasm, and no. The fragmentation and UI lag are very real problems. Battery life is more YMMV.
"What things will the new iphone have that not on Galaxy SIII ?"
How the heck do we know. Call Apple
A MacRumors thread title grammar checker?
If the 4" rumors are true, then perhaps:
Letterboxed apps that don't use the entire screen height.
(Cook said that having a single screen aspect helped developers, so perhaps any extra space would be mostly used for notifications, gesture area, or something similar.)
It will have.....
Another old fashioned tiny low res qhd screen.
A years old outdated OS.
highly breakable housing.
No options to customize the device......
if you are talking about new, unannounced features, then these are expected:
unique 3d maps
New big developer Games and apps (as always)
Not only is battery life YMMV, the 4S has had plenty of criticism for it, even around here. Mine seems like it has improved. But it's a trade off...more options, or more battery life. Having things like widgets and a larger screen is obviously going to drain your battery faster. What's the big deal? I'd rather have more features and have to maybe plug my phone in, say, while I'm driving...or into the computer while working. Not a big deal.
UI lag. Well, I've had one Android powered device (Moto Atrix). The only issues I had with that was scrolling wasn't quite the same, and pinch to zoom in/out was not as smooth. But people act like iOS never stutters; never freezes; apps never get hung up or that the phone never completely crashes. That's just not the case. iOS isn't perfect, why do we expect Android to be--especially when it has more going on?
And fragmentation? Well, that doesn't really matter when talking about one singular device....as long as it gets updates (that are relevant). Not to mention, iOS is fragmented as well.
Oh, and go Tribe
Is "Siri 2.0" going to be a 'new' iPhone exlusive, or will the 4S get it as well?
With the bounce back effect when you reach the end of a list.
A user interface that doesn't look like the programmers designed it.
You forgot the /s
Thanks for playing...
The big deal is if your battery drains, your phone is dead, and you can't do anything.
Have fun with that big screen, widget using paper weight if you have no battery.
And every volt wasted on widgets means I get less time talking, texting, emailing, browsing, and listening to music. Those are real features that are critical to a postive user experience.
When I had an android phone, after 4 hours I was turning off widgets, 4G,and nearly all background processes, along with screen brightness, to keep my phone from dying.
My i4S lasts 8 hours and I do nothing to the settings. That's a real feature.