It's funny because iPhones use Samsung screens.
@PoliticalOtters, Apple borrowed Samsungs OLED technology and tweaked it to their liking. Both companies borrow each other’s technology, ideas, and styles all the time.
This comparison is kinda futile though. Android can mean literally any android smartphone. That includes ones with bad screens. But the big names in the industry like Samsung, LG, etc, put amazing displays in their top-teir phones that compete with the iphones. That and Samsung has usually been a step ahead on displays when it comes to resolution and color reproduction anyway. Until recently the iphones weren't even FHD. (Granted they were small enough to not really need that resolution anyway, but they've been getting bigger each year now)
@CircuitPwne, I still see people making fun of Android because they fall apart when they fall. One, literally none of the top ones do that any more. Two, I miss that you could take out the battery. My last phone still worked really nicely and the battery was like 25 bucks online but I couldn't change it without way too much effort.
@stormageddon98, yeah I wish batteries were easier to replace again. But at least it's not impossible.
@CircuitPwne, yeah but when it's an old phone it get less and less worth is to bother ya know
@PoliticalOtters, That's cos iPhone copy androids ideas and claim it's their own invention
@Reptile Dysfunction, Isn’t Market Equilibrium awesome?
@stormageddon98, not only do Android phones no longer fall apart when they fall, but the screens also don't shatter, unlike the phones made by a certain fruit named company...
@Tis but a scratch, Stop with that bullshjt
@Marida Cruz, “Android” is an OS, if you’re talking about Samsung, they don’t shatter because they use glue all over their phone, and if you break it, it’s nearly impossible to fix, unlike Apple.
@Fearless Fapper, I know Android is an OS, I use one. I was commenting on the fact that Apple intentionally makes their screens thinner for "style", and it results in the screens shattering even if you drop them from only about four feet above the ground.
@Marida Cruz, I’ve been using iPhones since the first came out, dropped them with case and without case, never had any issue. I’ve been fixing phones for years, not gonna lie, ~60% of them were iPhone, I’m aware that their screen tend to break, but It take about 6 minutes to replace it with a new one that costs 20$. Meanwhile, fixing most Android phone can take up to 2 hours, it’s messy as hell, there’s glue everywhere, the replacement LCD cost 100-300$, and you need to stick it back on the frame with cheap double sided tape. You also have the option to spend 2 hours trying to remove the glass from the digitizer, another hours to remove the leftover glue from the extremely fragile digitizer, put some liquid UV glue which can ruin the digitizer if not applied perfectly, put the new glass on hoping there won’t be any bubble, then leave it under your UV light, the kind of device everyone has at home, wait until the glue is done drying, now you need to glue it back on the frame
Does this mean Mufasa would catch fire and explode on the Samsung edition?
@pirey, only in the Michael bay recut
So apple make the same thing android made but years later and give it a shinier look? Gotcha!
@Mythrin , that's a great point, copy and paste, NFC, swipe down notifications,... I'm sure there is more.
I like apple phones. I hate all the hate apple users get. But I think its the apple users that go out and get the newest iphone all the time that get the hate? I still have the 6s and before that had the 4s. I don’t see whats wrong with liking the phone you like :( why can’t we all just appreciate each other.
I know people with iphones that the battery lasts forever and people with androids that battery lasts five seconds and vice versa.... its almost as if battery dependability is based on the age of your battery and how much you use and abuse it. Also altitude can have different effects on your phones battery.
@BennMann, Lithium ion/polymer batteries are also sensitive to temperature. If it’s cold, they tend to drain faster
Jeremy Irons comes out of nowhere and throws your iPhone into a stampede.
yeah but in the iPhone version, simba can outrun the wildebeest... unlike on Android where he’s so tragically slow he gets run over
I like it because it's iPhone once again following android's lead yet calling it "original".
It's funny because either of these are not the best. And you cant really compare Samsung and apple. Although now to be fair apple do have some decent phones this year that are actually worth while, but they are still too expensive. Think of Apple phones more Like jewellery.
spoiler alert... 🤣
And yet, the Android version still looks better.
I'm not even joking, the "realistic" CGI just doesn't work for me when it comes to talking animals.