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It never ceases to amaze me how Apple come
September 14, 2021, 7:18 pm
It never ceases to amaze me how Apple come out with 5-7 yr old tech and folks just lose it.
I`m an ecosystem kinda guy. So I have all the products and they just talk to each other and work. I have to troubleshoot at work. I don`t want to do that at home. I just want things to just work without me having to use brain power or worry about other nonsense.
Android beta tests all these cool features. Apple picks the most useful ones and applefy`s them and makes them a core function for the experience. I don`t care honestly about all the fancy things you can do with your phones. I also don`t want to have to decide between 800 phones
When Apple Users and Android Users come together on sensible topics I think it`s moreso to do with the fact that once you get Apple products you don`t really bother looking into their competing. Like ever since I switched idc about what Android devices do anymore.
They could do release a literal toilet seat, and people would be buying that iShit like it`s new.
Ah I see gotcha gotcha. That makes sense. It`s interesting though. The way I always describe to people is that if you want something out of the box, easy of use, no fuss go for iOS. If you like to really customize your things then Android is the way for you.
I think it`s more so comes down to the software itself. Like I don`t care for android at all (only really specific parts). Apple has to put their own spin on it. I personally know that certain stuff has BEEN out already but it`s that "Apple Way" that enhance those known features