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Why iPhone's Features are Always "Late"

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SamiK
SamiK 7 meses atrás
I'm sure Apple's software engineers are hard at work in bringing a calculator to the Ipad. They just gotta tweak it a little bit more to make it perfect.
SpoopySmile
SpoopySmile 4 meses atrás
im hoping for a 2064 release date but is suspect it will be 2074
RigginTheRod010
RigginTheRod010 4 meses atrás
@Jupiter Vortex when Apple copies a feature it's barely better than the original....
Pixelated
Pixelated 5 meses atrás
@NuLL v2.0 respect +
9Biloela99
9Biloela99 7 meses atrás
I is a HP 12C no need for a lame Apple calculator
Oscar Esteves
Oscar Esteves 7 meses atrás
@Riemann's Pupil It was a joke
John Wick
John Wick 7 meses atrás
The calculator on the iPad is going to be the only calculator to be able to divide by 0. Which is why it's taking them so long 😂
Kevin Law
Kevin Law 2 meses atrás
hahaha
Zack
Zack 2 meses atrás
But ur ipad will shutdown
Manissha Rajeindran
Manissha Rajeindran 2 meses atrás
@John Stark I think a Microsoft app/software has something 🤔 like that
John Stark
John Stark 2 meses atrás
@Manissha Rajeindran if it doesn't already exist in android i doubt that it's gonna be the case 😂
Simeon King
Simeon King 3 meses atrás
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Павле Милојковић
Most of these features heavily benefit the US consumer base, while googles features are much more global. The best example is the fact that google supports almost all national languages.
Parham Shoul of OBMC
Parham Shoul of OBMC 19 dias atrás
@test android is extremely secure because its underlying kernel (linux) and system apis ARE open-source. it means anyone can take a peek at the code and patch any security bugs or exploits. even iOS's kernel (darwin which is based on BSD unix) is open source but it's apis arent.
Random Guy
Random Guy 23 dias atrás
@Allar Olgo yea… because apple is an American company, and most of their costumers are American. Why would they focus on other countries that don’t really care about their products? Seems pretty dumb to me.
Tomojago Original
Tomojago Original 28 dias atrás
@Dawid I use apple in Poland without a problem
Daniel Pereira
Daniel Pereira Mês atrás
@Joel Jenkins google is banned in China, but Apple isn't
Yair Weinberg
Yair Weinberg 2 meses atrás
Funnily enough my native language is only supported by Apple...
Alias Anybody
Alias Anybody 3 meses atrás
It's quite easy: Google: Let's throw everything at the wall and see what sticks. Apple: Let's see what stuck on Google's wall.
errorinsurance
errorinsurance 14 dias atrás
@Lavinia C That is 100% irrelevant to this conversation
Jose Araujo
Jose Araujo Mês atrás
@noble o If I recall that mas my argument in the first place.
noble o
noble o Mês atrás
@Jose Araujo they came up with the iPhone through innovation. Apple is still an innovative company whether y’all want to admit it or not. They are a force in the industry, and when they do something brand new, everyone rushes to follow. But sometimes they like to take their time to see where others fail and then figure out how to make it better. And 9/10’times they do it better. That’s just smart if you ask me.
SUII
SUII Mês atrás
@Hoover11 also its not just foldables, companies like samsung are literally everywhere trying out new things to further the development of tech, even if you don't like their products you gotta admit, it's good for consumers whenever any company pushes the market forward
SUII
SUII Mês atrás
@Hoover11 they will if they get good enough
Andrew Gardiner
Andrew Gardiner 7 meses atrás
As a developer myself, I strongly believe that the new "bleeding" cutting edge tech is what drives the software market in the first place! Apple uses other company's development to their full advantage by watching what new features are introduced and how well it is received. When something catches their interest and they perceive enough interest in the market for it... THEN they will spend the money to implement it using their ecosystem. It has certainly worked well for them! Personally, I'm too impatient and I love the one feature that Apple will not offer... development mode!
MrWebon
MrWebon Mês atrás
Spot on
Kato Leonard
Kato Leonard 3 meses atrás
I can definitely understand this viewpoint. For me though, I barely even know what Google does. I do own an Galaxy Note 20 for work, but I seriously only use it for Slack. Nothing about it has made me want to switch. It is not a bad device at all, but I am just so locked into Apple that I do not care what anyone else has. Almost all of my tech devices are Apple or Apple Friendly, so when something new is introduced, even if others have it already, it still feels new to me. This is why I never understand the Google crowd who always scream "we've had that for ages." Great, but now I have it and I like it.
Abhay Mhatre
Abhay Mhatre 4 meses atrás
Yes . What happens is that one company works on something for a few generations and keep perfecting it each year . And once it's perfect apple just picks it up and take all the credit . And people be like " AppLe aDDed iT aNd it's peRFect " and then those same people say trash about the company which actually brought the new feature , worked on it , perfected it . They say the company brought the product first time and it was not perfect , it lacked this and that . Like if it's the first time of some new tech then it's gonna have some flaws . After a few generations of improvements only it's going to be perfect. They don't understand that .
H C
H C 5 meses atrás
Couldn't agree more, I work in DevOps. The amount of start ups that do just one thing exceptional but not so we'll else where that are brought and told to just focus on one certain thing. This really drives innovation, while also creating massive corporations.
Scott Milburn
Scott Milburn 7 meses atrás
It is simply a good trade-off for Apple which has become more risk averse over the years
Ben L.
Ben L. 7 meses atrás
That is going to be one amazing calculator on the iPad, when it finally arrives
Youtube Pizzer
Youtube Pizzer Dia atrás
Straight up tho, if apple made a calculator for the iPad it would be a crazy advanced scientific calculator far more powerful than like every single texas instruments calculator that schools would have you buy, but i don’t see that happening so it’s probably never coming
Raymond Cai
Raymond Cai 17 dias atrás
Apple had better add a graphing utility
StellarNightmare
StellarNightmare Mês atrás
Wait the iPad still doesn't have it XD
Suyash Bhawsar
Suyash Bhawsar Mês atrás
Maybe it would be a part of the ‘metaverse’
Sahan Perera
Sahan Perera Mês atrás
Good one 😂. Exactly. How come there is no calculator.
Austin Li
Austin Li 6 meses atrás
Apple can also afford to spend a lot of time on developing these new features that have already been seen in the Android market because Apple's closed, unified ecosystem allows them to do so in the first place. They know most people won't leave the Apple ecosystem just for some new features on Android devices and so Apple can take it's time with these features without fear of too many people ditching Apple for Android.
Usuário 321
Usuário 321 28 dias atrás
@SayreHarder but the amount of people who decide to stick with Apple because of it is much larger.
Robog2go
Robog2go 7 meses atrás
Love your content, bro! Very inspiring, esp. in the Tech space! As an IT/Engineer its great to see! Oh I’m an Apple guy and yes I stick with Apple for its ease of use not just for me but the family ecosystem and seamless integration. It is important to me than things work seamlessly not to just get the latest and greatest features.
Brian Mulwa
Brian Mulwa 7 meses atrás
Innovation is great, I mean its basically why tech keeps getting better. So yeah, I feel like we have to appreciate new stuff, but there's the part where Apple is just taking it to a whole new level, with the ecosystem and all. I seriously cannot keep me from loving that. It makes me feel like the wait is worth is, of course it is.
Andrew Sturgess
Andrew Sturgess 7 meses atrás
The Apple-ized versions look fantastic. I, too, thought Universal Control was one of the coolest software features I’ve seen in a long time... it’s just undeniably slick.
Marcin
Marcin 7 meses atrás
I like being able to opt-in into bleeding edge (or install it via 3rd party) - I hate missing out on current trends, but, when a feature is being rolled into production I expect rock solid stability and polish for which I don't mind waiting. I need both
Hebah Khalid
Hebah Khalid 6 meses atrás
Some programmer who’s stuck on a difficult bug: “IT TAKES TIME OKAY”
usersixthreefour
usersixthreefour 6 meses atrás
And the only issue was a missing semicolon 😑
Milorad Ivović
Milorad Ivović 7 meses atrás
Marques, I'm a rare viewer, but I wanted to compliment you on your evolution of insight. There was a time when you would have been less inclined to appreciate patience for the sake of a polished cross-platform experience. I know it's no surprise to your regular viewers, but I appreciate this evolution, and it has made you one of the most thoughtful tech journalists around.
SourStrawberrys
SourStrawberrys 7 meses atrás
He always new apple had good cross platforming. Who didn't know that. The issue was just people, including him, didn't like iOS. And the fact that the cross platform only works well with other apple devices and not everyone want apple everything.
Kareem Foster
Kareem Foster 7 meses atrás
This was a very helpful and informative video. My Samsung Galaxy S9 needs to be replaced soon and I'm actually considering Apple. When I went from a Galaxy S4 to iPhone 6+ I actually hated it because of the lack of features. But seeing Apple finally release some of the things I like as well as understanding the ecosystem as well as the better security has me intrigued again, especially since we've had some bad experiences with Windows and my wife and I both have creative projects we work on. I'll be getting some MacBooks soon.
Michael Glaser
Michael Glaser 6 meses atrás
Hi Marques, thanks for your great video with this interesting topic! Since years I wanna get great new tech asap, but since I am an Apple customer I see they are very late but then their solution is mostly great. My personal example for that: I need a call filter because of too much issue with unwanted calls. Apple had no real solution for years. Rejection of calls with number suppression did not exist for years. We only got it with iOS 13, but in September 2021 we'll get Focus. That kind of profile control has been available for Android since years from third parties, but as a comprehensive solution it is better than ever before anywhere. I'm really looking forward to that! Also Live Text is a pretty cool and very useful feature!
Mitchell Horner
Mitchell Horner 7 meses atrás
I use to like the super fast and innovative, but have learned to grow to love how Apple just gets it right when they do it and so seamlessly. I would like to see them launch products and services no one has ever seen before, much like the smart phone (iPhone), iPad, and more in the past.
BlitzFan
BlitzFan 3 meses atrás
I think they also release features “late” because they want to make sure that people like the features and make it so it is as user friendly as possible
Sukhi Singh
Sukhi Singh 7 meses atrás
I have always sided with the choice of well integrated features, apps and functions that I can easily use and that will actually seamlessly connect with each other - so I love the way Apple does it - “We have no wish to be first, but when we do use the tech it really works and has a genuine use for the user” Steve Jobs (I remember him saying singing to this nature in his late 2010 key note”
inspired by life
inspired by life 7 meses atrás
I admire Apple for creating products that are very stable when it comes to performance, but then apple software runs on a very limited types of hardware compared to android. So they can spend time and make them very robust. I just mentioned it to be fair with Android team as well.
oddlittleangel
oddlittleangel 6 meses atrás
From my perspective, I usually get along just fine before the new innovations, so I see no loss in waiting for them to be perfected and actually become very useful to me before I have to put in the work of adapting to them
Ronnet
Ronnet 6 meses atrás
As is the case for most people. The majority of users doesn't use most of the innovative features on Android. Google typically doesn't push them until they've improved them with user feedback. So the end result for casual users is the same; you get notified about a cool feature once it's ready for the masses. But for someone like me it's still cool to have access to new features early. And then there are features where Apple is inexcusably late to the party like widgets. Which are the reason why I stopped using iPhones over 5 years ago.
kit Corpuz
kit Corpuz 6 meses atrás
I have an iphone 11, I had it for more than 1 year now. What I like about it is that I can keep this for another 3-4years and still expect ios update support. I also have an android phone and what I like about it is it's flexibility and connectivity. But ironic enough, I enjoy and more excited customizing an iphone more with jailbreak, knowing that one simple mistake could leave my phone brick and not eligible for warranty/insurance.
origosis
origosis 2 meses atrás
Honestly I could leave or take Apple‘s way or googles way to each have their benefits and cons. My biggest issue is neither company seems to fully support these features and you can go years without basic bugs being fixed and years without additions being made to them. Yes Apple will come out of the gate more polished usually but then a day one bug will probably still exist five years later. Heck to this day updating macOS is an extremely similar experience to updating windows XP it could take hours and there’s a one and 10 chance it will fail and there’s a one and 100 chance it will completely break your computer. Well over on the window side of things it’s been getting cleaner and neater and faster with every iteration of windows and often in between iterations. I assume when macOS updates first released they were probably better than whatever windows was doing at the time and more polished. But here we are X years later and it’s slow archaic and bad. TL;DR none of these companies seem to fully support any of these features beyond its initial release window.
patdavidmusic
patdavidmusic 7 meses atrás
Feeling that Universal Control 🖥📱💻
El Gringo
El Gringo 7 meses atrás
I hope your music career dies and you never become successful 🤣🤣😂😂
Sri
Sri 7 meses atrás
Yeah!
Geetha K S
Geetha K S 7 meses atrás
@Motgyy Shut up nooob
Francis Gilbert
Francis Gilbert 7 meses atrás
Lol Microsoft did that long before apple. Apple copied it from Microsoft
Krisztián Kiss
Krisztián Kiss 7 meses atrás
Idiot
JD_Photographer
JD_Photographer 7 meses atrás
So well explained ! Great job, great content.
Kebby82
Kebby82 6 meses atrás
Apples stance from a business standpoint is clearly amazing. Can't blame them at all. I can't stand iOS as it is, but if this trend continues of adding features then maybe by iOS 37 I'll switch back. 😏
Davida Bhola
Davida Bhola 7 meses atrás
It would be awesome if apple could enable some of their features faster, but i wouldn’t sacrifice the quality just for quicker access. Especially when you see the amount of thought apple puts into their features, and the lengths they go to market what they’ve created… great vid. Thanks.
SoulMan593
SoulMan593 7 meses atrás
I love the polish personally. I love the new bleeding edge stuff, but if its not super usable right away its hard to integrate. Unless something fixed a really annoyance or problem for me, I will probably forget about it. Thats one of the reasons I love apple products, features I use that few other people use, like imessage screen sharing, work great!
Saiyan From Area 51
Saiyan From Area 51 7 meses atrás
When Apple does it’s fully backed. As a software engineer all I can say is better apps require patience.
B Nagy
B Nagy Mês atrás
you must be a pretty shitty software engineer, my iPhone crashes five times a day
Dael Ra
Dael Ra 2 meses atrás
and lots of plagerism.
Anyone
Anyone 2 meses atrás
@Henry Both Apple and Google copies each other. So there is no reason for start a war because of that, we, as customer are the ones that wins when these companies bring new features or copy from another.
acdeeiprrt
acdeeiprrt 2 meses atrás
Like how Google supports nearly all national languages and Apple supports English?
Apple Genius
Apple Genius 2 meses atrás
@John Stark its ok if you copy someone as long as you are making the product better. I mean, thats how Samsung and apple made it. At least the average iQ of an Apple sheep Is higher than a Samsung sheep
Aditya Ramaswamy
Aditya Ramaswamy 7 meses atrás
To your question at the end of the video about preference between super innovative features and more well polished , I feel that the best example of well plugged in and super innovative features for Android would closest be held by Pixel phones. I have been a long time pixel user and while I did have IPhone for work in parallel I have almost always enjoyed the android ui more. I think with ios14 its come close to the android features in regular use. I may have this luxury as I am not into the apple ecosystem with the only apple product I use being the iPhone.
Drew Workman
Drew Workman 11 dias atrás
I was attached to android for a long time but as I got older the Apple Ecosystem really started to intrigue me and is exactly what pulled me into it.
Wave Icle
Wave Icle 7 meses atrás
Marques, I think you missed mentioning that though Apple’s integrated ocr is late, iOS users have been able to run Googles’ via their native iOS app or widget!
Zeson Hwang
Zeson Hwang 6 meses atrás
Actually, some of the features reminds me that they have occured for years. Such as dragging cursor from PC to Pad, it did happened in Huawei Phone. And lately, I would say the HarmonyOS is more attractive for me recently.
Jttv
Jttv 7 meses atrás
Apple may be late, but they will never be slower than snapchat getting a darkmode.
Steven Weathers
Steven Weathers 6 meses atrás
Chrome OS on Android is taking forever too. Switched to using Samsung internet just for dark mode. 😂
Spiro Kontos
Spiro Kontos 7 meses atrás
Snapchat staff are paid better than Google staff but barely do anything with the software. It’s essentially free money
Dylan Bacon
Dylan Bacon 7 meses atrás
@Kári Björn Hauksson Snapchat rebuilt their app for Android awhile back. Dark mode was included after a few months, but I own an S10 and a Pixel 4XL so the features may vary slightly if you're using a lower quality handset. Google created a way to install variations of an app on different things rather than shove the same unoptimized app to everyone.
Eveline Caroline Lienhua MingMei FenFang Huang
Their Tech is Super Slow & Super Late, I'm Glad I'm not in Their Ecosystems Anymore!!! 😃😄😁
Samuel Manny
Samuel Manny 7 meses atrás
@Frego24 wear sunglasses😎 😂😂😂
Caius
Caius 7 meses atrás
I personally prefer to wait a little longer and have a more polished and well functioning feature than to just have that feature. It’s one of the greatest reasons why I prefer Apple products over others. They may take longer to release the same features but oh damn do they do it well.
LeBlanc hobbies
LeBlanc hobbies 7 meses atrás
i'll just say (as an artist/creative) its really easy to come up with a better version of someone else's idea. apples integration across their own devices is excellent but i do not think they have contributed much in developing new ideas lately, they have just been refining the work of others, not that its a bad thing.
mikoy huio
mikoy huio 7 meses atrás
ANDROID gives IOS the room to grow. Both are interdependent
cj wins
cj wins 6 meses atrás
It’s ok with me. I like that Apple takes it time and the features work seamlessly 😌
Duane Swaby
Duane Swaby 7 meses atrás
When I was younger, and I guess when smartphones were more in their infancy, I always wanted bleeding edge tech. I swapped phones every few months because of it. Now though, I realize how little of the new innovations are genuinely useful to me on a regular basis, so I prefer a more polished app experience. Eagerly awaiting the new iPhones in the fall so I can switch!
Duane Swaby
Duane Swaby 4 meses atrás
@Carl Coleman iPhone 13 incoming 👀
Carl Coleman
Carl Coleman 4 meses atrás
I feel the same way bro lol
Marcus Borderlands
Marcus Borderlands 4 meses atrás
@tmsmqwx it's mature to accept paying out the ass for a gimped software ecosystem? Sounds more like coping with a bad purchase supporting an awful company.
Gubbl Fisch
Gubbl Fisch 4 meses atrás
As long as apple uses lightning plug I won't even consider switching
Lucas
Lucas 5 meses atrás
@Kyth Conney He's talking about the possibility of downloading apps from 3rd parties outside of the official store , which is something you can do in pretty much any other operative system aside from iOS. This artificial restriction is also a resource Apple uses to limit competition to protect their own first party services on its platform. Also, if he where to pirate music or movies that's something that should be up to the user, even if it's bad/illegal. Owning a device means you should be able to use it however you want and that's not the thing with Apple devices.
Rich Kao
Rich Kao 7 meses atrás
Besides being "late to the game" for integration sake, Apple allows the Android market to validate features that are popular (e.g. larger phones). So Apple is using Android companies to do it's beta-testing or prototyping, and then adds its typical Apple flair and polish.
Rudy O'Brien
Rudy O'Brien 7 meses atrás
@rutsa42 Agreed. There have been many innovations from Google that never left R&D, one of which Apple seems to be pursuing, the Apple AR/VR Glasses. I shall be a tad obtuse here and say the perception of Apple being innovators shouldn't be an issue for global competition as they are the "patient O" for all that follow in their wake - allegedly - yet, I do accept your point. With regards to integration, functionality, ease-of-use, compatibility and optimization some code needs to be rewritten and in doing so a finished product is, for Apple, new tech influenced via Google. If the product was influenced then it's hardly innovative as the concept was not Apple's to begin with. The Apple Ecosystem is beautiful and some of that has influenced, will influence, Android - and maybe even HarmonyOS - to produce products which function as one body.
rutsa42
rutsa42 7 meses atrás
@Rudy O'Brien to be fair Apple is competing against tens of mobile phone companies which each phone’s features differs from each other, which you can selectively choose from hundreds of android phones that “did this first”. On the software side, the android OS company just develops it without a care, without distraction from integration and optimisation unlike Apple.
Cristopher Belloso
Cristopher Belloso 7 meses atrás
@Doyin Ayoola wtf? I have Galaxy Buds, iPhone 12 Pro Max, M1 MacBook Air and Galaxy Watch 3 and they work fine, what do you mean "people don't have a choice of using other devices"? I can tell you are just talking bs you don't even know about
Doyin Ayoola
Doyin Ayoola 7 meses atrás
@Harvey017 you won't..... because Android has the advantage of freedom. While Apple's integration seems great, people don't have a choice of using other devices. It has to be apple....so by default even if the product is bereft of features, people will still use it because of Integration. The fact I can do things without relying on a particular company's product is good enough for me. And yes I have had to complete tasks for several of my friends that use iphones because they had their limitations. The reverse has never happened.
SquireSCA
SquireSCA 7 meses atrás
@Eddie Amaya Well, CPU wise, sure...
KingInfected
KingInfected 4 meses atrás
I bought Airpods before I bought an iPhone, and although I loved the Airpods instantly, using them with an iPhone is so, so much better. That's when I thought about the Apple ecosystem, but you nailed the explanation man. It's genius, and also slightly scary, but mostly genius.
Minsheng Habibi
Minsheng Habibi 6 meses atrás
I am using that text detection/copy/search feature in my honor 10 from more than one year. I don't know why people underestimate Huawei. their softwires are really great!
Crow Wick
Crow Wick 7 meses atrás
I feel like apple also does better at making sure the new features truly work and don’t conflict with other apps or features. Of course there are some minor bugs but generally speaking apple products just work right out the gate. They don’t just spit out new features, they wait until the get it right.
Tasperen
Tasperen 7 meses atrás
On the issue of getting the text info from photos. It's already in the Google Photos app. If you're updated and slide up, it shows you a Select text from lens card. There's also a little button that pops up at the bottom that says copy text from image when you open a picture containing text. I guess the only difference is that you're not long tapping.
Sirius_b_13
Sirius_b_13 7 meses atrás
I've never been a huge Apple fan and although my family still owns a few Apple devices, I have always gone towards Android for my phones and Windows for my computers but I have to admit that the extra time for Apple to implement features is often worth it. As it often feels like Apple takes their time because they know their final result will be better than the competition whereas, the rest of the industry immediately implements whatever features Apple comes out with as they are fearful of falling behind. It just portrays confidence and often a better result with Apple.
Someone Here
Someone Here 7 meses atrás
@RaFF G nah they build a copy and add decorations
RaFF G
RaFF G 7 meses atrás
Literally When ANDROID work hard to build a Bridge , but APPLE happily cross the ANDROID bridge. lol
Someone Here
Someone Here 7 meses atrás
@Sirius_b_13 its seriously now easier to use than windows check out linux mint
Sirius_b_13
Sirius_b_13 7 meses atrás
@Someone Here I'm too dumb for that 😂
Someone Here
Someone Here 7 meses atrás
use linux
Denise Viola
Denise Viola 3 meses atrás
Your video essays are amazing. Well thought out thesis statement, tons of supporting evidence... Like, on point. Awesome work.
tdarden
tdarden 7 meses atrás
I’m all for getting it right and the ecosystem working well. I’m an iPhone user thru & thru. Nothing against Android at all. Apple just gets me and billions of others 😊
The Geek Zone
The Geek Zone 7 meses atrás
I was an Android user for many years. I got sick of Google canning services all the time. Was really enjoying Allo as my messaging app and then it's just gone. Seems like they have many silos of developers working on overlapping projects. And to top it off many of their services don't even integrate well with each other. The saying with Apple it just works, still rings very true. I will take quality over quantity anyday.
Ammar Ahmed
Ammar Ahmed 7 meses atrás
To be honest there is no such thing as perfected, but yea I do like a well plugged version over a gimmick
Shaun Gordon
Shaun Gordon 6 meses atrás
No, but you can strive for it
Rock girl
Rock girl 7 meses atrás
could anyone tell me about the “screen share” on facetime before the ios 15 screenshare? like how do i activate it
Geekster
Geekster 7 meses atrás
I love these new videos about market/business aspects of the industry, along with the normal reviews and tech videos. Great to see Marques’ insight on the topics, would love to see more of these in the future.
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adumbrate sly
adumbrate sly 7 meses atrás
For years the mantra has always been "live on the bleeding edge and you are going to get cut". I've played the early adopter and sometimes I win, but more often I lose - give me well thought out, better polished, fully tested applications and hardware and I am happy. That being said I own a couple of Apple products - primarily to support others on my team, but that's about it.
Brandon Taylor
Brandon Taylor 7 meses atrás
I appreciate great innovation. But I also appreciate making an idea better. Steel sharpens steel. Competition feeds innovation. I like that Google is “Bruh, look what I made!” and simultaneously I am really okay with Apple “being late” to see if they can make it better!
ARMORXV
ARMORXV 4 meses atrás
Fragmentation across the entire Android spectrum is what made me switch to iPhone years ago. In my opinion it really is quality over quantity. 5,000 different versions of Android phones a year vs. 4 different iPhone models per year. One of my biggest complaints was that Google would CONSTANTLY churn out promising apps only to abandon them a year later, tuck them away inside another app, or drive users away altogether (Allo/Duo, Tasks, Google Music, Photos not being unlimited anymore). My Androids would lag and crash consistently, and the fact that on one phone I HAD to install a custom ROM just make it behave like a normal phone was atrocious. I want to believe that Android phones these days are much better, but by now I'm so far deep in the Apple pool that I can't ever go back. Even though that Galaxy Z Flip 3 is catching my eye because I'm a sucker for flip phones!
ninja frozr
ninja frozr 6 meses atrás
i like google's innovative stuff. It's just so cool to show a new bleeding edge feature to a friend and seeing them go oh wow that's amazing. By the time Apple does their own take the tech has already gotten boring because literally every android phone already has it. That's why i've especially enjoyed using LG phones because they always had some feature that was waaay ahead of its time, especially the LG G2. That phone had features that were even ahead of google by a couple of years.
wuoi zuiu
wuoi zuiu 6 meses atrás
features, it really stays behind. With the Huawei you can set the bokeh and the rest of photographic settings while you're taking the picture and it's almost like a real camera. W
Aim High
Aim High 7 meses atrás
It seems Apple is good at waiting until a specific technology / innovation is both mature as well as being integratable throughout their product ecosystem. This has clearly been a winning strategy for them and it certainly works. However, I'll always admire and favor the companies that are first-to-market with bleeding-edge tech. They're the ones putting in the initial R&D on the tech itself, while taking considerable financial risk on a new product release within the marketplace. I value the actual risk-takers in this regard.
Armin
Armin 7 meses atrás
Yes but as a consumer that uses these devices as tools to get work done and enjoy, i’d rather have the one that is better integrated. As a tech nerd though, i appreciate the effort from other manufacturers.
Simos805
Simos805 7 meses atrás
I've always prefer the "later but more polished" type of experience! It's like quality over quantity or vice versa. I'm always preferring quality over quantity in my life, I'm that type of a person, so that's why for me, Apple is the only way to go when it comes to electronics! "Super innovative bleeding edge features" are fun and they can be very impressive, especially for people who don't know exactly what they want and they're not so much tech educated so they see for example a curved display on a phone and they're like "ohh wow amazing I want it!!", but at the end of the day, people like me, we want features that are smart and well thought out, they work well with as little problems as possible, sync between the ecosystem, because a good ecosystem is the key to a productive "digital life", and also those features are indeed useful and not just gimmicks. People like me don't get impressed with gimmicks or useless features. The fact that the technology is here and gives the ability for a feature to be implemented is one thing, but if that feature is useful and solves a real problem the right way, is the right question.
KostenfreiGratis
KostenfreiGratis 18 dias atrás
Got myself an iPhone a month ago and I have to admit that I was really disappointed about the software quality. Android offers way more small features which make the usability more comfortable. Quick response in the notifications for example or the insertion of mail addresses.
mollie frank
mollie frank 5 meses atrás
I agree that having everything work seamlessly together is definitely worth the wait, but it seems like Apple has small things that they could implement that they just...choose not to. For instance, why can't you mark texts as unread? Such a simple feature that's on the top of my want list. Sometimes it seems like they don't put out some updates just for the sake of saving them for a later update to keep the consumer waiting.
nat barmore
nat barmore 6 meses atrás
I'm firmly in the "good UX is more important than having every feature". That's not just why I prefer iOS or Android; that's also why I use macOS instead of Kubuntu (or Windows 10). Especially because at some point the roughness just makes the feature too annoying to use, or means you have to look up instructions every time. And if you don't use the feature because it's too much trouble, then it's really not giving you anything by being included. May as well just wait to add the feature until it is polished. Are there Android and Windows 10 and MSOffice features that I wish I had? Absolutely! Just not badly enough to put up with all the negatives, almost all of which are about lack of "polish" and consistency, on those platforms. Others either prefer the latest features, or don't notice the lack of polish (or notice it but it doesn't bother them).
Niraj Shahi
Niraj Shahi 7 meses atrás
well the most surprising and best part abt the event was when everyone saw ios 15 for iphone 6s….
Chad Freeman
Chad Freeman 3 meses atrás
@EvBoi1118 iOS 15 isn’t slow on my 6s. Haven’t seen an issue.
FlyingKitty
FlyingKitty 6 meses atrás
Because nothing is changed
UnrealOG
UnrealOG 6 meses atrás
@Chizy Cheesy everyone has a complete already, you need a cable to charge the phone, custom roms you can download online easily, don't need a custom room, don't need a custom bootloader (just need to unlock it and install custom recovery), and you won't brick the phone unless you're an idiot. It's not hard to install a custom rom. Just follow the steps.
Chizy Cheesy
Chizy Cheesy 6 meses atrás
@UnrealOG oh cool bro, do you also need a computer, a connector, a custom rom, a custom root, a custom bootloader, bricking risk, for the shit turbo?
Carlos Santana
Carlos Santana 7 meses atrás
@UnrealOG the 6s is that old, also you’re probably full of crap, there’s no way that the phone still works perfectly fine with that version. Android’s support for older phones is terrible.
Jack Mellecker
Jack Mellecker 6 meses atrás
Hi Marques, when you reviewed the first phone you used with 90/120hz, at that moment if someone told you that we would be staring down an entire iPhone lineup still at 60hz in 2021, how would you react?
Pat Q
Pat Q Mês atrás
@Vaibhav Shah battery life at this point is really no concern. Both S21 and IPhone 13 will last literally all day
Vaibhav Shah
Vaibhav Shah 2 meses atrás
iPhone 13 pro has a 120hz display with a battery life that kills all its competitors. So once again, Apple does this feature correctly (despite being late) instead of just throwing raw battery capacity at the problem
Zahktuthal Xalyrion
Zahktuthal Xalyrion 5 meses atrás
I definitely prefer waiting longer for more polished features. It's the same reason why I dont mind delays on video games: If they decided it will take longer, IT WILL TAKE LONGER. You cannot rush it, as this will result in unfinished products with lots of bugs and problems. Same with apps. They're developed. Same with features. They're also developed. Due to that, there is human error from the developer, and it takes time to polish out the problems and bugs. I'll take my delays and enjoy a fully finished product.
Saul Goodman
Saul Goodman 6 meses atrás
iOS is more user friendly. Android is more developer friendly. Sometime developers don't design for the end user. They design for what they think will work, not how it should, or even if it works like the end user would expect.
Saul Goodman
Saul Goodman 5 meses atrás
@Abin johny I was using Android for the last month. I do not like it. The most annoying thing, is the back button. They have in in the OS, and one in which ever app. Sometimes they work the same, sometimes they work different. Sometimes they bring you back to the previous page. Sometime it bring to back to the home page. Sometime it brings you out of the app. There's something about Android that I just don't like. Compared to my iPad I have been using for years. iOS just works. Settings are just a mess. It's all over the place, unorganized. Pictures does not look as good as it does in these review videos. They take a picture in the correct lighting, and they edit it when they edit the videos. Bejeweled plays in only landscape. Which is a major problem. Widgets just sucks. I hate notifications. It's like half way done. I miss some of them, because you don't have a pop up like on iOS. I know on iOS they don't have those little things on top, but that's not a huge problem. I know you can enable those bubbles. Which I did, but never worked. But I just don't like them. The F with Bixby. Can't even disable it without signing up for a Bixby account. Can't uninstall bloatware Samsung crap. Using search does not search everything. Search doesn't work correctly. Samsung doesn't search all apps, only certain one. Screen on time, since last full charge, 2 hours 40 minutes. 32% battery left. This morning when I left my house. It was at 49%. Right now it's at 32%. Just 1 hour only, listening to BRvid music. The screen does not look that good. I have it on WQHD. I can't tell the difference between 1080 and 1440. It looks no better than my iPad mini 4 screen. And the phone has a greenish color to it. Sometimes it gets a little warm, just for using it for 1 minute. Something like checking my email. I've been using it for the last month. I still don't like it. I have to same problems. The Microsoft launcher made it a lot better. But Samsung settings are still unorganized. The battery just sucks. It has 92% life. But like today, with light use, 15 minutes screen on time. The battery went from 100% to 75%. Over night, it uses 4%. I put it on the lowest screen setting. Still doesn't help. Sometimes I charge my iPad on this phone to 100%. The next morning, like 8 hours later. iPad will have 99 or 100% batter left. Android will have 95% or 96% left. Even though the iPad have a 22% bigger battery, it still uses less power. I tried it with the same apps on them, the same notifications. I'm always forgetting Android does not have pinch to zoom on BRvid. I think using if for 1 month is plenty of time. There's lots of little things that are annoying, and pisses my the F off.
Abin johny
Abin johny 5 meses atrás
Ha ha u think i phones are user friendlier than android 🤣
TechCrazy
TechCrazy 4 meses atrás
I have watched many Tech Reviews over the years and only two people stand out for me, MKBHD and Detroit Borg. They are very succinct, clear, and direct and add a lot of visuals to their presentations without being too opinionated or preachy. Others start off good, then they make themselves the center of attention with nothing but their face all over the screen, and the phone that they are supposedly reviewing is sitting face down in a corner in the screen. What are they thinking? Do they want to be the next Joe Rogan? Others resort to twisted faces, gimmicks like slamming the box on the table, etc. And all I can do is immediately give a thumbs down and move on to another video. I guess there should be a simple formula these other guys need to make a tech video. Before posting the video look at the screen time of your face vs the product. If your face is more than the product then you have failed! Keep up the great work MKBHD, have watched you for a long time now, and do not ever change the way you present or comment on the products!
El Guap0
El Guap0 7 meses atrás
I love that you actually have intelligent thought into the subjects, not just "here is feature x, isn't it cool (or not cool)". You always add value that no one else seems to. You extend the discussion a few layers. Thanks.
RflXGhost
RflXGhost 7 meses atrás
@El Chupacabra MKBHD never said he’ll enlighten anyone with his opinion… you just have a problem with his vocabulary for some reason. Ironically, you say in a condescending tone that he tries to sound sophisticated. Let my guy enjoy the video
Isaiah Jan Navasquez
Isaiah Jan Navasquez 7 meses atrás
This is what I love about him too, always have different perspectives that make sense.
Pako Diale
Pako Diale 7 meses atrás
You must be new around here
Tech Freak
Tech Freak 7 meses atrás
@El Chupacabra I understand what he's saying: all these things you could download apps for now have seamless integration baked into the os, all their os's, that work together better than any third party solutions. Sure, they could make them third party, but they're a hardware company, not a software company. As an Android user I'm envious, the fragmentation of the Android ecosystem means we'll never see something like this. And Google knows this, they don't care because they're a software company, not a hardware company.
Brandon
Brandon 7 meses atrás
@El Guap0 well said
Stilian Mirchev
Stilian Mirchev 3 meses atrás
I like the apple eco system, however this approach has it's drawbacks. For instance just getting an Iphone is cool but then you cannot use 30% of it's features as they need you to have apple watch or a mac or comunicate with other Iphone users. I get that this is the cost of having a good polished seemless connectivity but getting into the whole eco system is really expensive if you are living outside of the USA due to import taxes.
iTee Ruzz
iTee Ruzz 7 meses atrás
the only youtuber that can talk for more than 10minutes and you will still feel like he deserves more time because you cant get enough of his well explained articles with no debate in it
Samarth Sharma
Samarth Sharma 7 meses atrás
Dude, this is really acute observation. I can imagine this is a tenet in Apple and the whole thinking now assumes it should work across the devices, and when it does not , it is a hotly debated and reasoned exception.
Ronnet
Ronnet 6 meses atrás
@mijuo roui don't you dare make fun of Apple. They're still the number 1 innovator!! Not too long ago did they bring is the radical innovation of widgets. A true paradigm shift in mobile operating.
mijuo roui
mijuo roui 7 meses atrás
15 years in the future, the ability to move your icons wherever you want will be heralded as "groundbreaking"
Chas Rathburn
Chas Rathburn 7 meses atrás
The fact that his Mac is blowing up with notifications when talking about the profiles is either creative genius or the best example of why this will be a great feature
Dawood Syed
Dawood Syed 6 meses atrás
I think they let the competition come up with the new features if it works then they take that and improve on it and of course integrate it in the "Ecosystem".
Dimitrie Cioraneanu
Dimitrie Cioraneanu 7 meses atrás
Yes, they may be late because of the need to integrate features into the ecosystem, but i think what really happens both with software and hardware, they let others like samsung test the market and than apple takes what they think is best and come with more polished variants of old ideeas. Just my point of view. I always feel that apart from the big thngs like the first iphone or ipad, apple just integrates features and hardware that is good and tested taking minimal risk. And btw, because of the ecosystem they dont have to worry that people will get upset for some upgrades being late
Dael Ra
Dael Ra 2 meses atrás
I'm not so much into cutting edge but I do appreciate functionality that's tweakable. Apple doesn't like people tweaking anything. Also, never been a fan of following the crowd and will actively look for something unique wherever possible ... just because.
Regit
Regit 7 meses atrás
I thought this would be about devices in the ecosystem getting features late compared to each other (widgets, now Quick Note not on iOS). Would be interested to hear your thoughts on why a company with such a huge workforce can’t make all changes universal across its devices
Christian Bazin
Christian Bazin 7 meses atrás
From a Pixel user (and former Nexus line), i do love how google pushes the envelope. The change to Pixel was a big step in making everything smoother, but the issue with silos for Google i think are that there are so many projects that there is sometimes a lack of cohesiveness and a duplication of services. This then results in projects getting dropped or stalling out. I do sometimes wish for more integration.
Carson
Carson 7 meses atrás
Agreed! As a Pixel user myself, I wish Google's platforms communicated with one another better (Android, Chrome OS, Wear OS, Google TV, etc.)
Christian Bazin
Christian Bazin 7 meses atrás
I switched to Signal several years ago (before that I used Hangouts). Signal is excellent. My only complaint there is the lack of a companion app for Wear OS, so unless I am replying to a Signal message on my watch when i send someone a message it's an SMS and it doesn't show in Signal after cause Wear OS uses the Contact app to send the SMS (it does show up in Google messages). I liked Hangouts back in the day. It had potential, but we all know where that ended up 🗑️. Just lost the calling ability in Hangouts about a month ago, and since I'm not in the US I can't use Google voice. I guess fragmentation is a big part of the issue on Android. It's not all google's fault. It happens with open source software and when other manufacturers creat their own ROM/suite of apps (and bloat). This, and actual software updates is the main reason I have always stuck to Pixel/Nexus phones. I've also enjoyed the Google camera and I like that I continue to get free storage in Google Photos.
SolomanTiger
SolomanTiger 7 meses atrás
@The Nerdy Engineer switched from Pixel 3 to iPhone 12 Pro 5 months ago. iMessage is a literal dumpster fire. As long as everyone you know is an Apple user, it’s slightly better than sms on android. If you have to communicate with anyone outside the ecosystem it’s way worse which makes it jarring and frustrating to communicate with anyone. Apps like signal are light years ahead of iMessage. iMessage isn’t unified at all either, I guess unified if literally everyone you interface with uses iPhone. I spent 3.5 months not being able to respond to group messages or send pictures, apples response? Meh… I just get to wait and hope that a future update fixes that simple functionality. I can’t even send a gif to anyone, it just doesn’t work. All My Apple friends and the Apple store can do is just shrug and say “that’s weird” no fix. I start telling my Apple friends and their responses were in the ballpark of “yeah, there’s been years I couldn’t send group messages or photos, it happens”. Garbage, hot garbage. Can’t believe that I believed the lies
The Nerdy Engineer
The Nerdy Engineer 7 meses atrás
iMessages... We've been waiting for how long for a legit android alternative to iMessages, and it still isn't anywhere close to happening! Over the years Google has created and killed off countless chat/messaging apps, it's ridiculous. And Google actually moved further away from a unified messaging app when they killed off gchat/google voice integration. Just give us a nice unified messaging/chat app like iMessages!
Çommenter Person
Çommenter Person 7 meses atrás
_"I do sometimes wish for more _*_SEAMLESS_*_ integration."_
Ishan Sharma
Ishan Sharma 6 meses atrás
Apple is making this really amazing ecosystem and making slight changes to the existing features is not really enough to convince the market in India. I really hope they can reduce the price of these phones.
Ishan Sharma
Ishan Sharma 6 meses atrás
@Honeybunny Productions ok bud 👍
Honeybunny Productions
Honeybunny Productions 6 meses atrás
No, they are cultifying their brands by stealing ideas from Google (Apple Maps and Apple Translate) and trapping their victims.
Sh3LaLa
Sh3LaLa 7 meses atrás
I loved this breakdown of apple and Android! I have never heard it described so succinctly.
Harshavardhan chatakonda
Its always worth waiting for a well polished feature with a deeper integration because at the end the utilzation and the intention of creating one will be fulfilled.
Marques Brownle
Marques Brownle 7 meses atrás
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Sterling Wrenfield
Sterling Wrenfield 7 meses atrás
I've always thought apple stuff was less innovative but more refined versions of what's already been done for their ecosystem.
that 1 navy dude
that 1 navy dude 7 meses atrás
I’ve always appreciated Apple’s more “refined” approach to adding services and things to iOS/Mac OS/etc. They may not be the first to do it, but they usually end up doing it the best.
Aubs
Aubs 7 meses atrás
@kahuna3901 Cheap phones vs high quality os
SANE THE GEEK
SANE THE GEEK 7 meses atrás
@Jack S Tell you what. When you realize saving money is a thing, then get back to me. I'm not gonna argue about some stupid phones, let alone your shitty life and cruddy job.
Jack S
Jack S 7 meses atrás
@UCc67cnTUNlpSDMmlqXxFo2g you cannot be this dense, that's a very gross thought process you have. I barely make a grand a month let alone having to pay fees and food. Let alone all the people that are worse off still with a job.
Jack S
Jack S 7 meses atrás
@SANE THE GEEK Not "anyone" can afford an iphone, what a stupid thing to think. The conversation was about android phones in general too, not just high end, there are androids in the 100 range which no iphone will ever hit. That's why Android has such a massive chunk of phone users clinging to them, because people can actually afford them.
Doyin Ayoola
Doyin Ayoola 7 meses atrás
@Matas Kart lol.... you've been living under a rock apparently
yginnab
yginnab 7 meses atrás
I definitely prefer to wait a bit for the polished up features. When you experience dozens of small little annoyances and hiccups on a piece of tech that's supposed to be cutting edge, it can get infuriating. I'm okay with waiting for apple to watch the other companies and integrate their features into the ecosystem
KM Tanvir Ahmed
KM Tanvir Ahmed 7 meses atrás
I just liked this explanation. **Relevant, Reasonable, and Genuine.** Respect!
Shubham Bhagat
Shubham Bhagat 7 meses atrás
That phone number feature is already there in pixel devices. You just have to swipe up and click on "Select" and you can call, copy it to clipboard etc. Peace ✌️
kingskater4
kingskater4 7 meses atrás
Instead of arguing about who gets features first or copies who, people should just be glad that great features are being available to everyone
Joel Isaac
Joel Isaac 7 meses atrás
The fact that they showed the ugliest possible Android phone from 2017 during the FaceTime demo is SO Apple.
Vaibhav Shah
Vaibhav Shah 2 meses atrás
@Tom Stevens it’s not hideous. It’s just something Android users like to tell themselves to convince that iPhones are ugly. I personally hate chins more than the notch. And basically all Android phones have a hideous chin, except for Pixel 5a. That was a amazing design. Symmetric bezel with a punch hole for camera. But apart from that, even Samsung phones have a slight chin. That is hideous.
Vaibhav Shah
Vaibhav Shah 2 meses atrás
@LA_NightRider that is quite subjective. Pixel with Android 12 looks really nice imo, especially the new widgets.
Vaibhav Shah
Vaibhav Shah 2 meses atrás
@Sobha KS it’s a classic strategy. Show your best next to the competition’s worst. Politicians do it all the time
meliodas
meliodas 3 meses atrás
@Pieralessio Bionda true that. But just like with notches, you get used to it I suppose. The uneven bezels (it's just a thicker chin on my phone, rest are all same thickness) haven't bothered me as much as notches, just my opinion on that. One thing I hate about Apple is it has reached a point where it doesn't care about its consumers. For example, if they reduced the notch size they in the new iPhone 13 series, they could at least include battery percentage up top, small stuff like these do matter. But Apple doesn't care anymore. Moreover the notch size could have been reduced way back, they only moved the speakers up, for such a simple change they waited 4 years or so, this frustrates me. I liked Apple when Steve Jobs was around. After that its like a different company all together. All they do now is wait for others to perfect a tech, then they just copy modify and paste it on their devices.
Pieralessio Bionda
Pieralessio Bionda 3 meses atrás
​@meliodas I'm a bit late here, but as much as you are right there's one thing that still bothers me a lot on android phones: while iPhone's bezels are ticker than most recent androids they are at least fucking symmetrical. On android every bezel have its own damn thickness making it ugly AF even compared to notched iPhones. At least to my eye.
LJ
LJ 7 meses atrás
I definitely am a fan of having the more polished and working together so seamless. It’s awesome one device can set my others for me so I don’t have to run around every time setting however many devices. Who has time for that lol. Just because something is shiny and new doesn’t mean it’s going to work or work they way you need. So I’m all for the apple eco system. Have been since the first iPhone came out. Was a Mac user computer wise before that. So now owing iPhones, Mac, MacBook Pro, Apple Watch and Apple TV’s and an iPad. I need it to work and work well.
Scott Sanders
Scott Sanders 6 meses atrás
My preference is first more than late and baked. That puts me more in the Android camp. That said late and baked together is probably better, since the wow factor of being first gets lost in the lack of integration and the fact that most iPhone users ignore these new features and consider them useless or nerdy. Hence, when they come baked to iPhone, iPhone users usually believe that Apple invented the tech because it was completely ignored by mainstream to that point, even if it did already exist to an extent before.
King Lucifer
King Lucifer 7 meses atrás
Well both type of features are cool, but I personally prefer new stuff stright out of the box, that is what makes a good video.
GGGG1040
GGGG1040 7 meses atrás
Thanks 🙏🏻 I love Apple too but I was kind of tired of iOS - iOS 15 is very nice 👍
spiderr
spiderr 7 meses atrás
I actually noticed that a lot of the new FaceTime features are very similar to Discord features.
MalexPC's
MalexPC's 7 meses atrás
@Hanz Wurst but you can watch movies together, I've never really had any issue with it unless a friend's wifi is just shit. wether or not the screenshares purpose is to watch movies is irrelevant as long as it can do it. if it is possible to do the same or similar thing on both platforms, they're comparable.
Hanz Wurst
Hanz Wurst 7 meses atrás
@MalexPC's I disagree. Discord’s screen share purpose is not to watch movies together while apple has made an effort to develop a separate feature for just that purpose. You could argue listening together is more similar, the difference is that apple combined it with face time and not just audio
MalexPC's
MalexPC's 7 meses atrás
@Hanz Wurst i didn't say they achieved the task identically, all I said was, they do the same thing. which they do, they allow people to watch and listen to things together. not denying that apple does it better.
Hanz Wurst
Hanz Wurst 7 meses atrás
@MalexPC's thats where You’re wrong. Watching a movie together on on discord is only possible to screen share while apple has partnered up with Disney +, Hulu and many more for you to watch it through those services at the same time
MalexPC's
MalexPC's 7 meses atrás
@Hanz Wurst how are they not comparable? they both do it, so now they're comparable
eiusamor
eiusamor 7 meses atrás
Also, this explanation doesn't always make sense IMO. For example, why when they added reactions to iMessage did they give us these random pre-defined options, instead of just letting us choose emojis? Or with widgets, why are they so restrictive, and essentially just glorified app icons? Where is split screen for iOS? Why can we STILL not snap windows to the side on macOS? Why is it that I can use App Drawer on iOS to search an app then add to my home screen, but when searching apps using Spotlight (more convenient IMO) I can't drag them anywhere? Why did they make accessing the shuffle/repeat buttons on Music more difficult than it was before? It's little things like these that add up for me.
Juliet Devenn
Juliet Devenn 2 meses atrás
Being a disabled person, what I love the most about the Apple devices, that they actually talk to each other. You can perform the most essential tasks with any of their devices, like texting or calling, often without using your hands. If Windows + Android could come together with own solutions like iMessage, Airdrop or the ability to leave your phone at home, when having a watch, I’d leave the Apple ecosystem in a heartbeat for that. My hands are barely free, as I’m walking on crutches, I can’t walk fast but I have no worries about missing a call, because I can take it from any device that’s beside me. I don’t need to search for my iPad to find that one picture I want to send to a friend, it’s there in the Cloud. I can’t count how many times I dropped my phone, tangled up in earphones even, because I tried to call someone and falling down, because I needed to put my crutches aside to get my phone, and stumbled. With my AirPods, which connect without me doing anything and using Siri, that small accidents are thing of the past. That’s why it’s Apple for me.
Darrell C.
Darrell C. 7 meses atrás
Glad you talked about this. This is something I try to explain to people when they say "Android has had xxxx for years now." It's just not the same.
The Floop
The Floop 2 meses atrás
Ive always been on the windows/android side of things, but then i grew a little bit older, a little more patient, and a little less hardware-enthusiastic. Already on iphone and ipad, and within a month ill be replacing my windows labtop with an M1 mac mini (i use my labtop with a wireless kay-track pad hooked to my TV anyway. All i do is web browse, youtube, and audio recording/engineering these days, usually with no more then 16-20 layers in a track. Thats it. I actually feel kind of dumb for not heading over to the apple ecosystem sooner. im already using garage band and bias fx on my iphone more then reaper and all my vst plugins on my windows machine.
Kaysha
Kaysha 7 meses atrás
Google innovates fast but there is a lot of features that end up not making sense in their ecosystem and a lot of useful apps end up being sunset. That’s how they messed up their multiple message apps or google+, they seem to not have the patience and synergy
Pixelated
Pixelated 5 meses atrás
@𝖑𝖊𝖛𝖎𝖆𝖙𝖍𝖆𝖓 but LG used to do the same things which is innovate smartphones but it turned out to not matter as much as popularity and brand reputation ( they are not gonna be making any more phones)
Carlos Sandoval
Carlos Sandoval 5 meses atrás
But then they can be used in every smartphones. It’s a different concept
Ngo Gia Khanh
Ngo Gia Khanh 7 meses atrás
@Optimus Primeik Oh no. If you gave me your Android phone, it would become my phone. But you could never use my iPhone. That's big difference. Haha... lock ecosystem but it has more great features, better apps, longer software support... more premium design also :))
Optimus Primeik
Optimus Primeik 7 meses atrás
@Ngo Gia Khanh Android has everything you mentioned, except iMessage. What you are taking about boy. Just come out of your Locked ecosystem.
Kaysha
Kaysha 7 meses atrás
@Lets_WrapItUp one is for search and the other one for browsing + search. But yeah, you don't need to install both
ættic
ættic 7 meses atrás
I'll admit I'm sort of an Apple fanboy. Have been since I fell in love with the Mac in middle school. Now that I actually have a job that pays and can buy them for myself, I strongly prefer the Apple "ecosystem" for convenience, user experience, polished-ness, and just the fact that Apple seems to put their users' content front and center. They seem to legitimately care about privacy and respect the users' rights to their own information - at least more than Google. I don't dislike Android, I have used Android for as long as I've used iOS, but as far as how well-put-together the UI is, it goes to Apple nearly every time. Even the most well-put-together experiences on Android or Windows pale in comparison to the gorgeous seamlessness of Apple's UI. The one thing I'm hoping for is for the Mac to continue moving in the direction of looking more like iPad OS, while maintaining its power and usability. I like the clean, consistent aesthetic.
Marcus Borderlands
Marcus Borderlands 4 meses atrás
You tried a modern android, like a new oneplus or something? Also apple stopped caring about privacy this year, it's pretty sad.
Georgios Pyrgiotakis, PhD
A lot of these things also were in conflict with the privacy Apple flag shipped. So the text recognition in images was on hold until they had the capability of on device analysis.
Titus Robinson
Titus Robinson 7 meses atrás
The sad thing is it does not become mainstream till Apple does it. Some features disappear from Android and return in Apple also. We will see if or how much better Apple does it or not.
Des de Jonge
Des de Jonge 7 meses atrás
Would always rather have te well worked out version of cutting edge technology. Otherwise what is the point of you can’t use it beyond its first purpose?
pingpongpogo
pingpongpogo 7 meses atrás
As a user I always appreciate when features are integrated well and work relatively seamlessly. As a tech nerd, I love seeing the boundaries being pushed. Even if that means something isn’t as resolved.
John W
John W 7 meses atrás
@BNUTTI Yea, I agree on that part
innocent Uche
innocent Uche 7 meses atrás
@Bob Belcher the ecosystem stuff works with Samsung too
BNUTTI
BNUTTI 7 meses atrás
@Doyin Ayoola and when we do mess around with widgets its not a 'feature' anymore for us. Its jus what we expect and have grown used to. I don't care bout apple vs android it's just when apple users try to throw their 'features' and 'innovations' in my face is when it bothers me lol
Doyin Ayoola
Doyin Ayoola 7 meses atrás
@BNUTTI True....I can't remember the last time I opened my phone to add a widget to my home screen
Doyin Ayoola
Doyin Ayoola 7 meses atrás
@innocent Uche spoke my mind....and I see people posting like the same product on Android doesn't even launch. Whereas what could be different is something as petty as implementation of colours...... The question I ask is with all the plenty "improvement" is the copied feature working on Android or not?
Marcel de Jong
Marcel de Jong 26 dias atrás
I used to be in the “super innovative, cutting edge” side, but I’m leaning more towards the approach that apple is taking. Especially since the awful experience that Android 12 is giving me.
Upgradeyourself
Upgradeyourself 7 meses atrás
Well, I am a software engineer myself, and I find it amazing how willing are people to defend a company which sells them last year technology at three times the normal price.
Drake Richter
Drake Richter 4 meses atrás
Gotta disagree with the premise that it "takes time" to polish features and that's why they're late. Apple has the money and branding to develop at a rapid pace and the level of control to quality-assure with fewer variables to account for. They can make a seamless experience MUCH faster than they do, and there are many areas (especially hardware) wherein Apple lags or has lagged horribly, such as their wireless charging, screen size/quality, and waterproofing that have no reasonable explanation for the delay in coming to Apple devices. Well. One reasonable explanation: profit. It's cheaper to just not add features you don't need to add to sell their products. They leverage their captive audience to deliver experiences that are overall pleasant and work "fine" so long as you don't know what you are missing out on. And on Apple's end, it's much safer to let others innovate and just eventually lift what sticks and can be easily implemented. Just look at folding screens. Apple is nowhere in that highly innovative and interesting space, and won't be until and unless they prove to be a safe and profitable innovation, just like with large phone screens many years ago. I can hardly fault them for doing what helps their bottom line, but at the same time it doesn't sit well with me that they rake in so much profit with so little risk and yet get so much credit for no readily apparent reason. Some of Apple's curated experiences might feel more refined in some cases, but at the same time the overall experience of owning Apple hardware rather than others - which you lock yourself into if you want the benefit of that seamless experience - straight up locks you out of many other features and benefits you could have while still setting everything up to work nicely together with relative ease. Good on them for adding positively ancient Android features, though. Better late than never.
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