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  1. D13H4RD2L1V3's Avatar
    No idea.

    We don't even know what this year's iPhone is gonna be like.
    03-31-2017 05:50 AM
  2. lions_lair99's Avatar
    No idea.

    We don't even know what this year's iPhone is gonna be like.
    I already know what it's going to be like..
    It, ios, will have a knew feature that it copied from Android os. Like always, late to the party by 2 to 3 years. Crapple the great innovator, never has had not one invention of there own.
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    03-31-2017 07:29 AM
  3. D13H4RD2L1V3's Avatar
    I already know what it's going to be like..
    It, ios, will have a knew feature that it copied from Android os. Like always, late to the party by 2 to 3 years. Crapple the great innovator, never has had not one invention of there own.
    Actually, both Apple and Samsung and several others copy from each other all the time.

    It's nothing new in the tech world.

    I personally don't care. If they copy the good stuff, then it's alright.
    Bertolus likes this.
    03-31-2017 08:20 AM
  4. Bertolus's Avatar
    I already know what it's going to be like..
    It, ios, will have a knew feature that it copied from Android os. Like always, late to the party by 2 to 3 years. Crapple the great innovator, never has had not one invention of there own.
    Yeah that's why Samsung "invented" a 3D touch-like homebutton with the S8.
    03-31-2017 08:21 AM
  5. lions_lair99's Avatar
    Yeah that's why Samsung "invented" a 3D touch-like homebutton with the S8.
    Apple sure didn't invent force touch..
    Can the S8 beat the iPhone 8?-capture-_2017-03-31-08-39-28.png
    03-31-2017 08:39 AM
  6. Bertolus's Avatar
    Apple sure didn't invent force touch..
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    Yeah so everyone copies from everybody else. So what?
    03-31-2017 08:45 AM
  7. lions_lair99's Avatar
    Yeah so everyone copies from everybody else. So what?
    Right about now the term, isheeple comes to mind...
    03-31-2017 08:51 AM
  8. Bertolus's Avatar
    Right about now the term, isheeple comes to mind...
    Fanboys like you are so annoying. Why can't you just accept that everyone develops interesting features that the other companies adopt. It surely isn't Google alone that has invented all the good stuff.
    03-31-2017 09:07 AM
  9. lions_lair99's Avatar
    Fanboys like you are so annoying. Why can't you just accept that everyone develops interesting features that the other companies adopt. It surely isn't Google alone that has invented all the good stuff.
    You are quite right.. Google and a miriad of companies. Everyone but Apple.
    03-31-2017 09:24 AM
  10. Bertolus's Avatar
    You are quite right.. Google and a miriad of companies. Everyone but Apple.
    Without Apple we would still be using Nokias with hardkeys. Go play kiddie!
    03-31-2017 09:31 AM
  11. lions_lair99's Avatar
    Without Apple we would still be using Nokias with hardkeys. Go play kiddie!
    I prefer hard keys...
    03-31-2017 09:32 AM
  12. lions_lair99's Avatar
    Without Apple we would still be using Nokias with hardkeys. Go play kiddie!
    Try again...Can the S8 beat the iPhone 8?-capture-_2017-03-31-09-33-02.png
    03-31-2017 09:33 AM
  13. Senden's Avatar
    I hear they too will have infinity displays, I can't wait to see how the infinity display looks on a 720p resolution screen.. it's like futuristic and retro at the same time! Jokes aside, every time I'm due an upgrade, I take a peak at what apple is doing and end up either laughing or wincing.. this time both. 720p screens still in 2016/17? How in the blazes can they sell the standard iphone 7 for such a high price with that screen? I swear apple fans really would buy a polished turd if it had the apple logo on it.
    lions_lair99 likes this.
    03-31-2017 09:50 AM
  14. Eddster's Avatar
    It won't matter. The new iPhone will still sell like hotcakes. Developers and third party manufacturers LOVE the iPhone as do those who are heavily invested in Apple's ecosystem. The iPhone was positioned as somewhat of a gateway device. It leads to more sales of Macs, iPads, and Apple TVs. The seamless integration between Apple devices is nothing to sneeze at. Lots of people appreciate the "Apple experience" over hardware specs and that's perfectly ok.
    03-31-2017 04:09 PM
  15. Love Divine's Avatar
    iPhone 8:

    - no SD slot (probably 32 GB the lowest size)
    - Forced to use iTunes to load music (extremely annoying and complicated)
    - Apple Pay pay sucks cause not many places accept it
    - Smartwatches are limited on iPhones unless you use Apple Watch
    - Typically lower battery capacity
    - OS is very restrictive and limited (try sending files via Bluetooth, it's a nightmare)
    - No wireless charging (maybe on the iPhone 8?)
    - Small screen size (4.7 inch and 5.5 inch)
    - Gets boring after awhile (can't customize anything)
    - And most importantly NO HEADPHONE JACK! Better shell out for some Bluetooth earphones... What a waste, everything in my house has auxiliary.
    Sorry, but this reads like a misinformed post.

    - No SD likely, but you'll have up to 256 GB of far, far superior internal storage; Apple is king here.
    - Apple pay works very smoothly.
    - Lower battery capacity =/= real world battery use. My 6 Plus, 6 S plus and 7 Plus all got way better battery life (and way, way better standby time) than my Note 7, despite its bigger battery. Anybody denying this most likely hasn't used the above phones.
    - iPhone 2017 will dominate sales wise.

    User experience is the name of the game. Use what suits you best. If you want a headphone jack or customization, go w/ Android. But as a long time Android guy who went iOS (plus Android still) a while back, I'll say that iOS is fantastic and iPhones definitely have their own advantages. No Android phone I've used touches iOS in smoothness (the 835 likely still won't top last years A10 fusion even discounting user experience, and even the 6S is still silky smooth) and app quality (Android falls drastically short - Snapchat, for example, has 100000s of daily users and is kept way better on iOS). I also value battery life, where the 7 plus excels.

    The S8 might be gorgeous, but if it stutters, has worse apps, and is slow to get the latest Android updates, it'll still be a nonstarter for me.
    03-31-2017 05:17 PM
  16. Anageh90's Avatar
    i think that will never happen not because there apple better than samsung or samsung better than apple but because the iphone user get used to ios and samsung user or any android user prefer android on ios thats it so no one will Bette the other
    03-31-2017 05:31 PM
  17. sqa4life's Avatar
    In terms of hardware we do not. It's not being released or announced yet. But Android will always be superior to iOS. Have you seen an iPhone with dual sim slots and an SD card slot? No.
    Dual sim and SD card slots are not Android. Let's be fair. I had all the S and note series. I still think iOS is smoother than android.

    I completely agreed Samsung hardware is ahead of apple
    03-31-2017 07:17 PM
  18. D13H4RD2L1V3's Avatar
    Dual sim and SD card slots are not Android. Let's be fair. I had all the S and note series. I still think iOS is smoother than android.

    I completely agreed Samsung hardware is ahead of apple
    Dual SIM slots are primarily designed for developing markets. It's made that way because people there have two phone lines, whether the second line is a secondary or a separate voice and data line.

    It's undeniably useful, which is why they've started making their way into flagships, but it'll be a while until every single flagship has them.

    As for SD slots, meh. I've always thought of them as secondary storage. I will not mind the lack of one if the phone comes with lots of internal storage to compensate.
    03-31-2017 10:42 PM
  19. Bertolus's Avatar
    It seems, performancewise the S8 still has to beat the iPhone 6S before attempting to challenge the iPhone 8:

    https://www.google.de/amp/bgr.com/20...rformance/amp/
    04-03-2017 02:00 AM
  20. ThrottleJohnny's Avatar
    Eh, whatever. In head to head tests using real world functionality, not much separates the two devices.

    Making these pissing matches rather silly. Who wins depends on your preference. I wish people would grow up. These aren't sports teams. These are greedy companies after your money
    04-03-2017 02:33 AM
  21. lions_lair99's Avatar
    It seems, performancewise the S8 still has to beat the iPhone 6S before attempting to challenge the iPhone 8:

    https://www.google.de/amp/bgr.com/20...rformance/amp/
    That's funny. My note3 was twice the phone as the 6s.
    04-03-2017 03:26 AM
  22. jhonnieblue's Avatar
    smh it all comes down to preference and what the end user wants. it like windows and macOS.
    some people have certain preferences
    at the end of the day, customer needs will decide which platform they gravitate to.
    I've use both and while traditional hardware on apple has been behind android, software efficiency has a big part to play in real world usage.
    04-03-2017 01:29 PM
  23. amyf27's Avatar
    No. This year's iPhone will be huge because it'll be the ten year anniversary iPhone.
    I can two already that will be a big, big deal among the Iphone community
    04-03-2017 02:29 PM
  24. vondrook4's Avatar
    smh it all comes down to preference and what the end user wants. it like windows and macOS.
    some people have certain preferences
    at the end of the day, customer needs will decide which platform they gravitate to.
    I've use both and while traditional hardware on apple has been behind android, software efficiency has a big part to play in real world usage.
    Exactly. I don't understand why people get so salty about this stuff. Every company copies ideas to some degree, and ultimately they're just different devices for different people. I use a PC at home and work, but have an iPhone 7 Plus because I prefer the OS and I'm in the ecosystem already. That's not to say that I won't consider switching in the future because no phone will ALWAYS be the best. It's just important to be open-minded and then just choose what works for you. Competition and choices are good for the consumer!
    04-03-2017 03:58 PM
  25. amotter's Avatar
    iPhone 8:

    - no SD slot (probably 32 GB the lowest size)
    - Forced to use iTunes to load music (extremely annoying and complicated)
    - Apple Pay pay sucks cause not many places accept it
    - Smartwatches are limited on iPhones unless you use Apple Watch
    - Typically lower battery capacity
    - OS is very restrictive and limited (try sending files via Bluetooth, it's a nightmare)
    - No wireless charging (maybe on the iPhone 8?)
    - Small screen size (4.7 inch and 5.5 inch)
    - Gets boring after awhile (can't customize anything)
    - And most importantly NO HEADPHONE JACK! Better shell out for some Bluetooth earphones... What a waste, everything in my house has auxiliary.

    How does an iphone have a lower battery capacity and yet an iphone 4, 5, 6 and 7 will go a full day (with like 10% or 20% the next day) of HEAVY use....and an android phone wont make a day? I am not a troll, I have never owned an iphone...my wife and kids do...I am an android guy, but I am going to be honest..I am not paying for anew phone (regardless of the price) that wont get through a full day of moderate use (I dont stream music, I dont play games and I dont watch video)...I use the phone a bit, I text a bit and I surf the news. I need a better battery. Honestly I am not sure that the marginally better other features (in your opinion) even together add up to half crap power plant.
    04-04-2017 02:31 PM
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