Poking fun of course. ;P
So sick of it that you felt the need to express your opinion towards something that was "poking fun of sheeple."
It must be annoying to have fun with you in real life.
Enjoy your autism :)
Lol. Agh the ignorance with this reply is hilarious. Anything else big boy?
I can't imagine the sadness someone would have to experience to feel like this was worth creating.
Things aren't so terrible. I hope you get help, Ron.
Worth nothing the Nexus 4 was half the price of an iPhone.
Certainly that makes it even more interesting. Off contract as well....
Then why do so many users choose an iPhone? It can't be the "sheeple" argument still, can it?
Actually that's not true, but okay. Android owns marketshare and has for awhile.
I never said Apple has marketshare... I know that Android owns it. I'm just genuinely asking why so many people use iPhones if they have an option to use something else that's cheaper and has the "same features" like this graphic suggests.
You know why.
Yeah. Don't feed the trolls I guess.
The trolls? I take offense to that asshole. The reason to pick an iPhone, like I'm sure you do, is because people are mindless when it comes to knowing about their tech. Some people really can't take a joke.
@Ryan Hicks get over with it my 2 cent for Nexus 4 unstable corrupted app device
I got over your grammar a while ago that's for sure.
Relax. Take it easy. 'cause there's nothing that you can't do.
@Ryan Well I'm not giving English exam here...
I just realised that iPhones' cameras have been at 8 megapixels since the 4S while all competitors have kept on increasing that number.
Some will say Apple is behind and you're paying more for a phone that has less. Some will say they only use Instagram/Facebook which size photos down anyway.
Personally, I don't really see the difference between my Nikon's 18mp photos and my iPhone's 8mp ones so...
Megapixels does not equal quality. 8MP is a fine size for most photos. The lens quality and sensor size are more of a big deal when you are dealing with a camera this small.
Ditto. MP is a marketing technique if you know anything about photography. It is completly irrelevant to image quality. Although the iPhone camera is the best feature of the phone. Certainly can't disagree there.
I think this video is relevant:
Of geez one of those people.
Horses move and cars move. They're the same!!
Thanks for being the only one in here to not get offended and knows how to have fun.
Wait...I thought Medium was made for conversations like this one? Did you mean to post this comment there?
lolz. These conversations are shit.
Contribute on bro.
This is starting to feel like a YouTube comment section.
To contribute, civilly, to this thread, I don't necessarily care too much about waiting a year (or two) for certain features. I have ridden both Android and iPhone bandwagons and have stuck with iPhone for the last few years for the Apple ecosystem and because everything just works.
ITT: Android vs iPhone circlejerk
Fanboyism is dumb (iphone and android user).
Please don't turn DN into this kind of crap. It's not just poking fun. It's starting really pointless arguments and calling people "sheeple" in your comments. Take it to your blog.
Didn't have to until y'all got butt hurt over your precious apple. I could say the same on every stupid apple article posted on DN.
IR blasters. That made me snort :)
I thought the same when iPhone users bragged about notifications, bigger screens, and multitasking, as well as numerous other things. We've had IR blasters and other items that you're now just getting. That's the point you missed while snorting about innovation and the numerous articles on DN about the Apple train.
iPhone 6 doesn't have widgets, and I would hardly list that as a feature anyway... more of a waste of time.
Lol angry much.
There are first and third party widgets in iOS 8. http://www.imore.com/widgets-ios-8-explained
Oh yeahh you're right. My bad.
Widgets are a huge user experience boost for me (Android) - everything on my homescreen is a widget except for a few icons. Upcoming calendar entries. Weather. Battery life and current wifi network. Unread email/sms counts. Information display in a useful way (and style) is very practical and helpful. Also no icon grid of apps that I don't need regularly.