Pixel 3(store.google.com)

3 years ago from Juan Herrera, Designer

  • Andrew C, 3 years ago

    The truth is... I actually think both are pretty good options.

    But when I use an iPhone together with my Mac I have such a seamless experience (transferring files, sharing files, hooking things up, etc). The friend who loaned me the phone showed me how to embed widgets in the homescreen today so she's definitely loving it.

    I also appreciate the privacy aspects of Apple a little bit more. As a designer I like the idea of making something very well with respect for the end user and just being paid for that—end of transaction.

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    • Dirk HCM van BoxtelDirk HCM van Boxtel, 3 years ago

      Yeah, my only arguments against the iPhone are:

      • I'm a Windows user
      • Pricing
      • HATE the apple ecosystem's "you're locked into this and only this"

      And the privacy thing I've given up on ages ago.

      All of these are personal though. So yeah, if you disagree with all three, iPhone's your jig. Fair call :]

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      .edit: This is why I hate having upvotes/downvotes on comments. I clearly state my comment is an opinion. It's decently informed and worded. Yet I get down-voted.

      Down-voting is not for "I disagree". Down-voting means you think this post doesn't add anything to the discussion. I know my opinion (anti-Apple) is an unpopular one. But this makes me not want to voice it. That can't be the purpose of this.

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