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    I usually don't care for things fox news has to say but i happen to come across this article and thought it was a good laugh.

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    10 ways Android still beats the new iPhone 5 | Fox News
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    That's a pretty well done review of the differences (advantages?) of Android and iOS.
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    That's cool from Fox.
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    Here's the full text from FOX NEWS:
    10 ways Android still beats the new iPhone 5
    Apple mollified the masses by adding better specs to its new smartphone, but when it comes to innovation, the iPhone 5 just can’t compete with the latest Android handsets. In fact, even after Apple’s improvements, Android phones have a number of key advantages over the iPhone 5.

    (1) Apple may be patting itself on the back over its move from a 3.5-inch to a 4-inch display, but in the smartphone size race, the iPhone 5 trails the field by a wide margin. In the Android world, the 4.3-inch Droid RAZR M is considered a "compact" phone, the 4.8-inch Galaxy S3 is mainstream and the 5.5-inch Galaxy Note II is large.

    (2) Congratulations iPhone 5 users! You now get an extra row of icons that you didn't have with the iPhone 4 and 4S. That means you can see your TweetDeck icon and tap on it without scrolling over. The Times Square billboard writes itself: "iPhone 5: Now with More Icons!"

    However, if you use any Android phone, you get more than just a static set of application icons on your 5 to 7 home screens. You have a working desktop you can fill with interactive widgets that show everything from the weather to your latest social media updates. I particularly dig the circles widget that Motorola includes on its Android phones, which shows you battery life, time, text alerts and local weather.

    (3) Apple doesn't gamble on immature technologies so perhaps its understandable that the company has yet to include this new-fangled thing called "email attachments" on its iPhone 5. While previous versions of iOS Mail didn't even present you with any attachment options in its message composer, the new iOS 6 mail on the iPhone 5 gives you the option to attach images or video only.

    Just like Windows or Mac OS, Android allows you to attach any files you want to any email message. Whether you're using the Gmail app, its stock email app or any of a dozen third party email clients, there's always a prominent attachment option on the composition screen and, when you hit it , you're able to browse your gallery, your file system or any other apps you've installed that organize files (Dropbox, Quickoffice, etc).

    (4) If you own an iPhone 5, you can just forget about using mobile payment systems that let you touch your device to a reader in order to conduct a transaction. Instead of MasterCard's Tap and Pay, you'll be using tap and pray as you rap your fingers on a table and hope that Apple provides NFC support on the iPhone 6 in 2013.

    With NFC support, the latest Android phones can not only send out payments, but also share photos, contacts, videos and more, just by tapping their backs together. Since Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the OS has built-in NFC sharing software called Android Beam that any third party application can use for seamless sharing. Task management app Any.Do even lets you beam assignments to friends and family. I'm sure Apple will add this functionality just in time for iOS 8.

    (5) Try plugging an Android phone into your PC and mounting it as a storage device. You'll have access to all the files and folders, just as you do when you browse through your WIndows computer's C drive. So, if you want to copy a raft of MP3s or PowerPoint presentations to your Android handset, you can just drag and drop them.

    Say you record a memo with Droid Record and want to grab its output files. You can navigate down to its folder and move, copy or share them directly from there. If you run a file browser on the phone itself, you can also dive into the file system from there.

    So what happens when you plug the iPhone 5 into your PC? You get access the digital camera (DCIM) folder only so all you can do is drag and drop pictures. Yes, you can iTunes to transfer media files back and forth, but you still can't go directly into file system because Apple just doesn't trust you enough to let you see the folders on the iPhone 5 that you bought from them. Whose phone is it anyway?

    (6) With the iPhone 5, you can have any keyboard you want as long as its the stock iOS 6 keyboard. If you're using Android and you don't love Google's default layout, you're free to install a third-party keyboard that suits your needs.

    Some of the best Android keyboards include Swype, which lets you create words by tracing between letters on the keyboard, and SwiftKey, which predicts the next word in your sentence to save you keystrokes. Heck, you can even buy an Android slider like the Motorola Droid 4, which has a real physical keyboard.

    (7) Most Android phones offer optional haptic feedback, which allows you to get a nice tactile vibration when you type, long press on the screen or tap the navigation buttons. While some people dislike haptics, the vibrations give you a strong acknowledgement that your touch has registered so you don't have to tap twice. Unfortunately, with the iPhone 5, you don't have a choice; just a flat screen that provides no feedback.

    (8) If you're like me, you have a drawer full of USB cables and, if you can't find one, you can always buy another on any street corner. When you upgrade from an old phone to a new one, you can still use the same old wires and charging plugs, because micro USB is a standard. In fact, the European Union requires phone manufacturers to use micro USB for charging, because it reduces waste as users hold on to their old cables rather than tossing them in a landfill.

    Unfortunately, the iPhone 5 uses a proprietary connector it calls "lightning" instead of standard micro USB, but gets around the EU regulation by offering an adapter.Why not just use micro USB like every other company? Then you couldn't make a mint selling proprietary wires and making every iPhone 4S owner that upgrades buy new accessories, because older iPhones had an even larger proprietary dock connector.

    (9) With Android, every relevant app from the browser to the photo gallery includes a share button. When you tap share, you're given an extensive and universal list of apps you can share with. And that list grows, depending on what software and services you have installed, from Facebook to your SMS messenger to Bluetooth transfers. So if, for example, you join Pinterest and install its app, you can share directly to that from any app with a search button.

    Rather than providing you with one share list to rule them all, the iPhone 5 lets each app developer create his or her own share menu, which has a finite list of services that developer feels like supporting. The default Safari browser and iOS photo gallery apps can only share to Facebook, Twitter, Email and messaging. Google, Flickr, Pinterest, Google Talk, and any of 100 other services need not apply.

    (10) "If you see a stylus, they blew it," Steve jobs famously said of pen-enabled computing and, like its predecessors, the iPhone 5 does not support pen input. Yes, you can get third-party capacitive styluses that will work on the iPhone 5, but these little sticks do nothing more than give you a thinner finger.

    Want to scribble down some notes like you do on paper? On Android, you can. Samsung's Galaxy Note and LG's Intuition both offer large screens, active styluses and deep pen integration into the operating system.

    On the upcoming Galaxy Note II, you can hand write notes on your calendar, on the backs of JPGs and in half a dozen other places throughout the OS. You can even get previews of emails, photos and videos by hovering the Galaxy Note II's stylus slightly above the screen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVA77 View Post
    Here's the full text from FOX NEWS:
    10 ways Android still beats the new iPhone 5
    Apple mollified the masses by adding better specs to its new smartphone, but when it comes to innovation, the iPhone 5 just cant compete with the latest Android handsets. In fact, even after Apples improvements, Android phones have a number of key advantages over the iPhone 5.

    (1) Apple may be patting itself on the back over its move from a 3.5-inch to a 4-inch display, but in the smartphone size race, the iPhone 5 trails the field by a wide margin. In the Android world, the 4.3-inch Droid RAZR M is considered a "compact" phone, the 4.8-inch Galaxy S3 is mainstream and the 5.5-inch Galaxy Note II is large.

    (2) Congratulations iPhone 5 users! You now get an extra row of icons that you didn't have with the iPhone 4 and 4S. That means you can see your TweetDeck icon and tap on it without scrolling over. The Times Square billboard writes itself: "iPhone 5: Now with More Icons!"

    However, if you use any Android phone, you get more than just a static set of application icons on your 5 to 7 home screens. You have a working desktop you can fill with interactive widgets that show everything from the weather to your latest social media updates. I particularly dig the circles widget that Motorola includes on its Android phones, which shows you battery life, time, text alerts and local weather.

    (3) Apple doesn't gamble on immature technologies so perhaps its understandable that the company has yet to include this new-fangled thing called "email attachments" on its iPhone 5. While previous versions of iOS Mail didn't even present you with any attachment options in its message composer, the new iOS 6 mail on the iPhone 5 gives you the option to attach images or video only.

    Just like Windows or Mac OS, Android allows you to attach any files you want to any email message. Whether you're using the Gmail app, its stock email app or any of a dozen third party email clients, there's always a prominent attachment option on the composition screen and, when you hit it , you're able to browse your gallery, your file system or any other apps you've installed that organize files (Dropbox, Quickoffice, etc).

    (4) If you own an iPhone 5, you can just forget about using mobile payment systems that let you touch your device to a reader in order to conduct a transaction. Instead of MasterCard's Tap and Pay, you'll be using tap and pray as you rap your fingers on a table and hope that Apple provides NFC support on the iPhone 6 in 2013.

    With NFC support, the latest Android phones can not only send out payments, but also share photos, contacts, videos and more, just by tapping their backs together. Since Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the OS has built-in NFC sharing software called Android Beam that any third party application can use for seamless sharing. Task management app Any.Do even lets you beam assignments to friends and family. I'm sure Apple will add this functionality just in time for iOS 8.

    (5) Try plugging an Android phone into your PC and mounting it as a storage device. You'll have access to all the files and folders, just as you do when you browse through your WIndows computer's C drive. So, if you want to copy a raft of MP3s or PowerPoint presentations to your Android handset, you can just drag and drop them.

    Say you record a memo with Droid Record and want to grab its output files. You can navigate down to its folder and move, copy or share them directly from there. If you run a file browser on the phone itself, you can also dive into the file system from there.

    So what happens when you plug the iPhone 5 into your PC? You get access the digital camera (DCIM) folder only so all you can do is drag and drop pictures. Yes, you can iTunes to transfer media files back and forth, but you still can't go directly into file system because Apple just doesn't trust you enough to let you see the folders on the iPhone 5 that you bought from them. Whose phone is it anyway?

    (6) With the iPhone 5, you can have any keyboard you want as long as its the stock iOS 6 keyboard. If you're using Android and you don't love Google's default layout, you're free to install a third-party keyboard that suits your needs.

    Some of the best Android keyboards include Swype, which lets you create words by tracing between letters on the keyboard, and SwiftKey, which predicts the next word in your sentence to save you keystrokes. Heck, you can even buy an Android slider like the Motorola Droid 4, which has a real physical keyboard.

    (7) Most Android phones offer optional haptic feedback, which allows you to get a nice tactile vibration when you type, long press on the screen or tap the navigation buttons. While some people dislike haptics, the vibrations give you a strong acknowledgement that your touch has registered so you don't have to tap twice. Unfortunately, with the iPhone 5, you don't have a choice; just a flat screen that provides no feedback.

    (8) If you're like me, you have a drawer full of USB cables and, if you can't find one, you can always buy another on any street corner. When you upgrade from an old phone to a new one, you can still use the same old wires and charging plugs, because micro USB is a standard. In fact, the European Union requires phone manufacturers to use micro USB for charging, because it reduces waste as users hold on to their old cables rather than tossing them in a landfill.

    Unfortunately, the iPhone 5 uses a proprietary connector it calls "lightning" instead of standard micro USB, but gets around the EU regulation by offering an adapter.Why not just use micro USB like every other company? Then you couldn't make a mint selling proprietary wires and making every iPhone 4S owner that upgrades buy new accessories, because older iPhones had an even larger proprietary dock connector.

    (9) With Android, every relevant app from the browser to the photo gallery includes a share button. When you tap share, you're given an extensive and universal list of apps you can share with. And that list grows, depending on what software and services you have installed, from Facebook to your SMS messenger to Bluetooth transfers. So if, for example, you join Pinterest and install its app, you can share directly to that from any app with a search button.

    Rather than providing you with one share list to rule them all, the iPhone 5 lets each app developer create his or her own share menu, which has a finite list of services that developer feels like supporting. The default Safari browser and iOS photo gallery apps can only share to Facebook, Twitter, Email and messaging. Google, Flickr, Pinterest, Google Talk, and any of 100 other services need not apply.

    (10) "If you see a stylus, they blew it," Steve jobs famously said of pen-enabled computing and, like its predecessors, the iPhone 5 does not support pen input. Yes, you can get third-party capacitive styluses that will work on the iPhone 5, but these little sticks do nothing more than give you a thinner finger.

    Want to scribble down some notes like you do on paper? On Android, you can. Samsung's Galaxy Note and LG's Intuition both offer large screens, active styluses and deep pen integration into the operating system.

    On the upcoming Galaxy Note II, you can hand write notes on your calendar, on the backs of JPGs and in half a dozen other places throughout the OS. You can even get previews of emails, photos and videos by hovering the Galaxy Note II's stylus slightly above the screen.
    Thank you for this. While I agree with most of this there are a couple of things I disagree with.

    #1. Agreed, that's why I left the 4S and went with the gs3.

    #2. Ok, I guess. I don't really like widgets. But if you did it's no different then crowding up the homepages with widgets and app shortcuts etc. makes it kinda messy.

    #3. Fileapp pro and air disk allow you to do this. Multiple attachments in one email.

    #4. Passbook seems like its going to be big and supposedly many retailers and services are jumping on board. But who knows, I'm not big into NFC anyway, have it turned off on my gs3.

    #5. Simply not true, many many apps to connect wirelessly to the iPad and browse. See above about fileapp pro and air disk. Just 2 of many. Plus there are tons of cloud services that work on iOS, including google drive.

    #6. I like the stock ios keyboard very much, no need to change it. But yeah, if you're into swype, then it's poo.

    7#. First thing I did on my gs3 is turn off haptic feedback. Lol. I mean I guess it's nice to have the option, but blah, I bet most people don't like it (based on my survey of one. )

    #8. 3rd party manufacturers make plenty of cheap (as in money, not quality) adapters, cables, etc. and you don't have to buy new accessories, you just buy the adapter, then everything still works. No big deal.

    #9. Yes agreed, but the list is soooooo damn long when I want to share. Anyone know of a way to shorten this? Why can't I shorten this in settings? Choices people, people!

    #10. Agreed, I'll be jealous of my wife when I get her the note 2. But how much of this is practical. We won't know till its released.

    Please note that I am an android user. I have a gs3 & a nexus 7. I also have an iPad. I love all my devices, I am a technology fanboy. While at one time I was a pure apple fanboy and iSheep, I have seen the error in my ways and have become less enchanted with them over the last year. But I still do love my iPad. I only point out the above specifically so that people can understand the point of view from someone who has used the iOS products for quite a long time and know what it can and can't do. Is it perfect, no, neither is android, nor windows, or any other device. We use our devices to the best of their ability and what works for us. Seeing the article makes me wonder if the writer really used an iOS device and didn't just look at a spec sheet. Yes I have defended apple in the past because I have been a user for a long time and know how it works, maybe not 100%, but pretty well.

    I'm just giving a fair and balanced response.
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    I don't know what that means.
    Nothing bad just found it a little funny! Just like replacement ref jokes my friends spam that phrase a lot as well, so I was like "Really..."
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    I may be wrong but this article does not list an author... and I think it was taken from someones blog but with added pictures

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    hahaha I found this funny... I don't trust fox news with anything cause I feel like they are just one sided and tells you what they want you to hear. but I think I will show this to my iphone friends cause they keep telling me I should get an Iphone but I don't want one... I like my freedom
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    This its great amo for the eyegeeks at the office.
    My wife's knucklehead coworker was bragging this morning about"panoramic mode" on his new eyephone, HAAA! Androids had that for two years now. They just don't get it, and never will as long as they stay on eyephones.

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    This its great amo for the eyegeeks at the office.
    My wife's knucklehead coworker was bragging this morning about"panoramic mode" on his new eyephone, HAAA! Androids had that for two years now. They just don't get it, and never will as long as they stay on eyephones.

    Pp. :-)

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    It's been on iPhone for a long time too, 3rd party apps had panorama.
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    hahaha I found this funny... I don't trust fox news with anything cause I feel like they are just one sided and tells you what they want you to hear. but I think I will show this to my iphone friends cause they keep telling me I should get an Iphone but I don't want one... I like my freedom
    And ALL of the network news doesn't lean extremely left, and tell you what they want you to hear? Someone has to report on that ***** that we have in office.
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    It's been on iPhone for a long time too, 3rd party apps had panorama.
    it has NOT been on the iphone. u just said it. 3RD PARTY apps have it. not the iphone but a 3rd party until apple realized oh well i guess people want it, lets add it and pretend we invented it.
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    it has NOT been on the iphone. u just said it. 3RD PARTY apps have it. not the iphone but a 3rd party until apple realized oh well i guess people want it, lets add it and pretend we invented it.
    Lol. Yeah. An app on the iPhone. And I don't think they ever claimed they invented it, but feel free to correct me with a quote. Anyway, just like iPhone had copy and paste before android and folders and an OS. Lol. It doesn't matter. Point is it was there.
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    And ALL of the network news doesn't lean extremely left, and tell you what they want you to hear? Someone has to report on that ***** that we have in office.
    Right wing BS is just as bad as left wing BS. Let's be real, McCain wouldn't fare any better right now.
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    Right wing BS is just as bad as left wing BS. Let's be real, McCain wouldn't fare any better right now.
    Actually he would have done worse haha

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    And ALL of the network news doesn't lean extremely left, and tell you what they want you to hear? Someone has to report on that ***** that we have in office.
    No but you can believe what you wish

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    I know that we have the absolute worst president in office that this country has ever had, IMHO of course. Nothing but a liar. But enough about politics!
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    I know that we have the absolute worst president in office that this country has ever had, IMHO of course. Nothing but a liar. But enough about politics!
    Can we not get this started?

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    All the cool kids will wait in line the Obamaphone... It has widgets AND its union made!

    The Romneyphone is said to have better support for Exchange accounts though

    The Ophone has a bigger screen and can make its own birth certificates long or short, but Romdroid just updated to jellyBain! Online offshore banking AND proprietary TAX RETURN WIPE software!!! (Wi-Fi only without jailbreak) but lacks Ophones unlockable debtloader... deal breaker for some

    (Note: the above is meant merely in good fun though poor taste)

    Oh right we were talking about the iPhone 5....

    In all seriousness how do you Guys interpret the controversial claim that apple's integration makes its hardware perform far better than equivalent android phones... ?







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    I don't know what that means.
    I appreciated your reply and do believe you are sincere but most of your replies were based on your opinion. The fact remains that Google tries harder to give options for their users. Just for the keyboard I switch back and forth between Swype and SwiftKey because they are both awesome keyboards. For the long list of share options I would rather have a long list with options rather than not having the option at all. And although there are lots of good apps that fill holes in iOS, some people just want simple things like file management, email attachments and to be able to use their phone like a portable usb drive. Nothing complicated. These are day to day things that shouldn't require sourcing additional apps.

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    hahaha I found this funny... I don't trust fox news with anything cause I feel like they are just one sided and tells you what they want you to hear. but I think I will show this to my iphone friends cause they keep telling me I should get an Iphone but I don't want one... I like my freedom
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    All the cool kids will wait in line the Obamaphone... It has widgets AND its union made!

    The Romneyphone is said to have better support for Exchange accounts though

    The Ophone has a bigger screen and can make its own birth certificates long or short, but Romdroid just updated to jellyBain! Online offshore banking AND proprietary TAX RETURN WIPE software!!! (Wi-Fi only without jailbreak) but lacks Ophones unlockable debtloader... deal breaker for some

    (Note: the above is meant merely in good fun though poor taste)

    Oh right we were talking about the iPhone 5....

    In all seriousness how do you Guys interpret the controversial claim that apple's integration makes its hardware perform far better than equivalent android phones... ?







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