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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

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    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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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I don't have iPhone but I liked much iPhone 5s I order it coming soon..

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I like iPhone Mobiles it has the simple shape and fast mobile never hanging problem and also never give problem about virus it's very secure mobile.I love iPhone.

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I was an avid Android user, (S7) but just switched to iOS 10, iPhone 7 Plus. Fancied a change and absolutely love how both hardware and software work seamlessly together. Everything just seems to work, smoothly! Can't say over time I won't consider switching back to Android, but if google get to the same experience as iOS? Then I might switch back!

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I use iPhone 6, and feel good

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I started of with iPhones then moved to Android a couple of years ago with the LG G3 due to the price of iPhones. I did enjoy my LG G3 and the android experience, but I couldn't wait to get back to ios. Android is ok, but everything works so seamlessly in IOS.

    Apple devices seem to age slower too (I can easily use an iPhone for 4 - 5 years but my android devices need upgrading after 2 - 3). If you have an iPad or Mac, everything syncs beautifully between them. My history is the same across all three devices. I can pick up phone calls or reply to text messages on any of the devices. I can start doing one thing on one device and finish it on another.

    I find Android and IOS are both good systems and sometimes it just comes down to personal preference, but I personally love my iPhone 6 Plus and would never go back to Android.

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I've had a 5c for a few years now; liked it for the first couple, have hated it for the last couple roughly. It's slow, not in comparison to more modern phones, but in comparison to how it was when I got it - that's after a complete factory reset, making sure I have enough spare memory, and all the other stuff - it just can't handle the modern OS. Stuff is buggy. How much it's Apple wanting to force upgrades on their customers, and how much the app-makers insist on upgrades that are optimized for newer phones, I don't know, but the situation is getting untenable for me. My choices are to keep this phone and use the apps less - co-incidentally I've decided recently to delete social media and check e-mails less, so I'm naturally becoming less reliant on it, and I'm also lazy af, so that seems most likely; get the smallest samsung or sony I can find, assuming it's around the same size as my 5c; or, lastly, I might consider getting a dumbphone.

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    Quote Originally Posted by wazzickle View Post
    I've had a 5c for a few years now; liked it for the first couple, have hated it for the last couple roughly. It's slow, not in comparison to more modern phones, but in comparison to how it was when I got it - that's after a complete factory reset, making sure I have enough spare memory, and all the other stuff - it just can't handle the modern OS. Stuff is buggy. How much it's Apple wanting to force upgrades on their customers, and how much the app-makers insist on upgrades that are optimized for newer phones, I don't know, but the situation is getting untenable for me. My choices are to keep this phone and use the apps less - co-incidentally I've decided recently to delete social media and check e-mails less, so I'm naturally becoming less reliant on it, and I'm also lazy af, so that seems most likely; get the smallest samsung or sony I can find, assuming it's around the same size as my 5c; or, lastly, I might consider getting a dumbphone.
    That's interesting. I used my iPhone 3GS for about 5 years with no problems. In fact I still use I as an iPod. I do think the 5C was a bit cheaply made and underspeced though. One things for sure, Apple are such a greedy company so I wouldn't put it past them to be trying to get you to upgrade.

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    Re: Do you like your iphone?

    I have tried/owned all the iphones and ive got to say the 5s is the best value for money iphone out of them all, although the camera could be alot better

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