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[deleted post]When I’m with a mask I’m not suppose to use the phone anyway. And when I do use FaceID it just works way better than fingerprint scanners (I had one and it was one of the fastest out there). No multi finger scan required so you can unlock phone with either finger and no fingering of any part of the phone. I just hold it in front of myself like I always do when I’m using it. Usually only people who hate FaceID are the ones who never actually used it and they just regurgitate talking points against it from what they heard from someone else. I ended up liking it so much I don’t mind the notch which holds all the sensors for it.

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Anonymous, 6 hours agoHow did the XR come into the picture? You are ranting. This guy knows I’m using iPhone XR and he always goes with his lame complaining how 60Hz is lame and how I have bad taste and low purchasing power (which is the most hilarious argument ever). Because using old device because it’s still so fast and runs very latest OS is somehow an absurd thing to do. If I had an Android I’d run out of updates last year and I’d be perpetually annoyed by the fact I’m not getting any updates, main or security. No such issues on iPhone so why not use it if it works well lol?

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RejZoR, 6 hours ago“Way more secure” You can literally pick a fingerprint from display or glass back an… morePicking a fingerprint?? Wow only forensic experts can do that.

Normal people have just picked up an iPhone and put it in front of the person’s face and boom it unlocks… So much for security

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This is the most boring phone ever made that most people like in the world. Hopefully they can add a periscope camera at least.

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Anonymous, 11 hours ago“Android users aren’t obsessed with updates since they know android 6.0 is more adva… more“value for money”

“iPhone”

pick one

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[deleted post]How did the XR come into the picture? You are ranting.

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[deleted post]How do you even know he owns an XR ? lol and I thought apples criticism is they sell overpriced products for little specs? If he can afford the xr then he can certainly afford most high end android phones. what is your thought process? what a weird guy

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[deleted post]“Way more secure” You can literally pick a fingerprint from display or glass back and use it to reproduce the fingerprint. Good luck doing the same with face.

Also only ones screaming how “no one wants FaceID” are basically everyone who don’t have it lol. iPhone users are very much happy with it, even with masks it’s not really that inconvenient.

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Grey Wolf, 9 hours agoThe first part of your comment is not entirely true. I have used recently an Android 10 phone … moreParts are easily available. Maybe not in your country.

Android can be easily repaired. The basic parts like screen etc are all standard and available.

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RejZoR, 11 hours agoIt’s funny though that when anyone uses a phone outline in commercials and has a notch pa… moreI have never seen a advertisement showing a notched phone but I have only seen obstruction less ( not even a punch hole ) full screen displays in advertisement. Maybe you are watching advertisements of iPhones lmao.

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Anonymous, 13 hours agoAndroid users aren’t obsessed with updates since they know android 6.0 is more advanced t… moreThe first part of your comment is not entirely true. I have used recently an Android 10 phone and it doesn’t look so nice as my other Android 11 phone. Of course, apps will still work even on a 3-4 years old Android version, but that doesn’t mean it looks nice. Even the simple notification bar looks outdated in Android 10 compared to Android 11.

The second part of your comment is true. iPhones are more expensive to repair than Android phones. But, the good part is that you can find any part easily. Having an Android phone that is not mainstream (like Samsung or Xiaomi models), will be very difficult to repair, because repair services just can’t find parts for it. The same goes when buying accessories for it (cases for example).

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As always, HUUUUUUUUGE evolution of design since iPhone 12!

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RejZoR, 11 hours agoOh noes, I can’t sideload pirated apps and put vomit inducing themes on my phone. How wil… moreActually you can sideload some pirated apps even on iOS 14 (ex. PandaHelper) but you will need to trust some certificates. Most of them are paid certificates. Not worth it.

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Apple got my money 4 years ago

Apple wont get my money this year

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Anonymous, 19 hours ago5% faster but 95% useless. Think again. iOS can’t beat Android.Oh noes, I can’t sideload pirated apps and put vomit inducing themes on my phone. How will I ever recover from these limitations!

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Anonymous, 11 hours ago“Have they finally made the decision to remove the notch ?”

No they won’t re… more
It’s funny though that when anyone uses a phone outline in commercials and has a notch painted in, you instantly know someone used an iPhone outline for their marketing material. If they used an outline with a punch hole or none at all people wouldn’t even know the outline is representing a phone. It would just be some rectangular shape. Basic people complaining over notch, but Apple damn well knows it’s their trademark look, whether you like it or not.

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Anonymous, 20 hours agoHow is he a hater for stating facts?
There are plenty of iPhone users who want multiple diffe… more
99% of people who say things like that here on GSMArena are just Apple haters. Through and through.

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Anonymous, 13 hours agoAndroid users aren’t obsessed with updates since they know android 6.0 is more advanced t… more“Android users aren’t obsessed with updates since they know android 6.0 is more advanced than current ios.”

If this is the case, Why everytime when android company gives a list for their supported devices, android users are all over the forums whining why my 2 years old phone is not getting this new OS when it’s perfectly capable of running it?

You are not fooling anyone, everyone want to their expensive devices to learn new tricks over the years, it makes you feel you get lot value for your money and then you propably support same company in future too.

Why you guys let these android companies get away with this? There’s no real reason why your old phone wouldn’t get new updates expect the fact that others doesn’t have ecosystem like Apple which makes money for them no matter if you upgrade or keep your device for many years. Android OEMs only have those unit sales, so they have to sell new phones and that’s why they give you crappy support.

But alteast it’s good to see many have woken up, because every year less and less high end android phones been sold, so it just shows more and more are woken up by this scam and they want value for their money so they go for iPhone.

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Joh Mat, 12 hours agoHave they finally made the decision to remove the notch ? We are in 2021 and we are moving tow… more“Have they finally made the decision to remove the notch ?”

No they won’t remove it, Face ID tech needs notch, it will be smaller this year.

“We are in 2021 and we are moving towards 2022, so no one has a smartphone with a notch anymore”

No-one else have Face ID either.



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