- Jul 3, 1997
- Real Name
- Ronald Epstein
Wow. That's bold. I don't think that's going to go over well with Android users.
I am on Beta 1 of iOS 14. It is running very smoothly so far and the widgets are a nice touch.
It's going to be hard to convince Android users that there's no reason to stick to their platform.
There still is a lot of customizations you can do on Android that you can't do on iPhone.
I mean, i jailbroke my iPhone (up until this new beta) to do some wild tweaking while adding some neat features to the phone.
And that's what is missing from iOS...the ability to customize. There are still lots of limitations that lock you into Apple's ecosystem.
This is not to say I want to go back to Android. Been there. Done that.
However, Apple really came late to the game with these new features. And, I know, they didn't want to do it until they got it right.
As an Apple user, I love the stability of iOS. I love the ecosystem and interaction with other Mac devices.
I can't say iOS ever crashed on me. Android? Very often.
I just don't think we are still at the point where we can say that there's no reason to buy an Android. People that like to tweak their phones still have more options on the Android side, or if they stick with Apple, on the jailbreak side.