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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    Quote Originally Posted by anishkumar View Post
    yes i like my iphone...mine is iphone4 and looking forward for iphone6
    same as me.

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I finally jumped ship to Android, last month - I picked up a Moto G, which is a very capable phone for not a lot of money. No more iphones for me.

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I went from a HTC Desire HD to an iPhone 3GS, back to the HTC, then an S2, then Xperia Z and now an Xperia Z1. I'm quite tired of having a big screen. All my trousers are becoming ruined where the corner of the phone digs into the material when sitting down, or even walking. However, that's not the worst. When I'm just trying to use my phone, having a big screen is quite annoying, other times I love it. In an ideal world, I'd have an iPhone 5s and a Nexus 7, as I do still love android..

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    Just switch from Android to iOS, not used to it

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    Honestly yes, im a tinkerer but android for a while has been far from polished(it has gone in a good direction and is in a good place now) i want my phone to just work, and most developers priorities features and releases on iOS first because of the share of paying users. and all of these things have kept me on the platform.

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I'd have to agree that they're overpriced. But I still feel as though they're the most refined phones out there - considering they create both hardware and software. I have the 6S Plus and I see no real use for force touch at all, maybe in a year or so developers will do something interesting with it.

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I currently have the iphone 6+, i tend to bounce to android every so often when i get cheesed off with apple (the whole heres a free u2 album that were putting on your phone wether you like it or not scenario) but always get pulled back some of the android features a much better that iphone but ive settled it by getting android tablet and sticking with apple phones yes they are very over priced and tad behind when it comes to its features compared to android

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    After breaking my Nexus 5, I've had to use an old iPhone 4 and... I am not a fan I find it all quite restrictive in a way. After this experience I just couldn't bring myself to pay that much for a new iPhone .

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I have a phone 5, and I am still trying to get use to it, sometimes the phone does what it wants, rather than what I want to do pain sometimes. My poor dad who is 85 wanted one like mine, he likes the screen size, and the fact he could read stuff not a problem. Until he goes away, which is oftern, and you get our phone ringing at 8pm ish, it rings, we speak dad is fiddling with the phone he can't hear me, then he tried to phone a taxi, number in the phone, £19 credit, he gives up of getting the taxi number and gets the bus, when he got home he had £11 on his phone, and he hadn't really spoken to anyone, we have had to get him a new plain phone like he had in the first place. So I suppose some elderly don't get on with Iphones and some do. So we are of to Halifax to see dad and take him a phone that he knows he can use. bless his cotton socks. He couldn't manage the computer at first, and now he is very good on the computer and can print all sorts, but the Iphone was to much for my dad.

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    I have a phone 5, and I am still trying to get use to it, sometimes the phone does what it wants, rather than what I want to do pain sometimes. My poor dad who is 85 wanted one like mine, he likes the screen size, and the fact he could read stuff not a problem. Until he goes away, which is oftern, and you get our phone ringing at 8pm ish, it rings, we speak dad is fiddling with the phone he can't hear me, then he tried to phone a taxi, number in the phone, £19 credit, he gives up of getting the taxi number and gets the bus, when he got home he had £11 on his phone, and he hadn't really spoken to anyone, we have had to get him a new plain phone like he had in the first place. So I suppose some elderly don't get on with Iphones and some do. So we are of to Halifax to see dad and take him a phone that he knows he can use. bless his cotton socks. He couldn't manage the computer at first, and now he is very good on the computer and can print all sorts, but the Iphone was to much for my dad.
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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    Loved them all.

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I've got the 6S+... Love it.

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I still have the iPhone 4s running IOS 6 as my main phone. I wont be upgrading until Apple release a new smaller 4 inch iPhone with the same design philosophy as the 6.

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I have iPhone 6 now and love it, although android seems tempting with all the options. For now I stick to my iPhone. iPhone has less to offer in the features/options area but I can't say that I have missed something with the iOS.

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    Still rocking my iPhone 5S. Interested in the iPhone SE next Monday, but will probably hold out for the iPhone 7 later in the year, but I do like the 5S size. Even the 6/6S just feels that bit too big.

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I've just been given a 6S (at least I think that's what it is).

    It's a nice piece of hardware, absolutely. Perhaps a bit small for me, but if it ran Android I would definitely consider it a rival for the Nexus etc.

    However, as of yet, I still hate the OS. Maybe time will tell, but the lack of a proper back button, awkward multi-tasking and bizarre file management is frustrating me right now.

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