Sometimes I'm tired of Android, but the iPhone alternative does not quite speak to me. However, there are only a few things that Apple would have to change to decide to buy their smartphone.
If you read my posts, you know that the smartphone with Android has practically been from its very beginning – then still in the stunning version of Banana Bread 1.1 . After many years and many smartphones (more or less flagship), the system from Google starts boring me. I had the opportunity to work and play with my iPhone, and I must admit that I like these smartphones, but I'm not entirely convinced. So what would Apple have to change to finally get an apple?
Apple smartphones use really good IPS LCD, but personally I am a fan of AMOLED displays . You can argue about the colors and their "candy", but this type of treatment could translate into a lot of energy savings on the iPhone, and thus longer on a single charge. Apple does not have to raise the resolution, because iOS looks pretty good even on less pixels. In the case of apples it does not make sense to chase after ever increasing resolutions.
The latest iPhone 7 has a battery of size … 1960 mAh . Yes, 1960 mAh. To think that in the world of Android such value is just laughter in the room. Software optimization is good, so the iPhone is able to operate for several hours after unplugging the charger. Imagine, however, what would happen if Apple had given up the mania of making thin phones to get in the middle of a big cell. I myself am curious how this would translate into the comfort of using the iPhone. Maybe finally, owners of apple devices in the logo would not associate themselves as eternally carrying the charger.
A few things in the system
As an Android-powered person who has an obsession with personalization and setting everything "behind", iOS is simply not a transition for me – at least visually. From version 10, the notifications look really bad, but what I'm drinking is the main screen, which allows you to segregate applications, but that's still not enough to satisfy me. Apple can not understand that sometimes someone wants to have only three applications in one place … and already. In iOS, however, I like the convenience of using software that runs smoothly and allows for faster and seamless navigation across all interface elements.In fact, I do not really fit in just a few small solutions and too much "closure" to the user, but that requires a bit more: as an example I will leave here even a backlit screen with nothing to do with the physical Home button. Looking at your discussions and generally observing users of the Android and Apple's App Store, however, I find that the system is the biggest problem that determines the decision to switch Android from Cupertino brand equipment.
This point I wanted to devote to the thing I mentioned above, that is the smartness "mania" of smartphone to add to it standard features such as jack connector. This decision, which unfortunately is also reflected on the Android manufacturers, is a total failure for me and the synonym of not daring, and more stupid people responsible for design.With the iPhone 8, we also see a slightly refreshed smartphone front panel. Maybe this will happen, because Apple will soon be stuck in the place where Samsung did in 2013.
Switching to an iPhone would be difficult for me, but I think it can be done with little or no pain. In general, the iPhone pays more for smartphone investments, longer support and priority access to new features, almost immediately after the launch. I greatly appreciate their camera, processor and fast data storage, which are mounted under the cover by Apple. It is very possible that I will give them a chance, but for a moment there is still some improvement. We will see if the iPhone 8 will be able to eliminate some of the aforementioned things.