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I read this line on a website. “Apple diehard fans would be tempted to buy a live pig if it had the familiar logo branded on its backside”. Ha! I wondered what that might look like, so I tried to draw a picture in my mind and this was the outcome.

Jokes aside people, I think that’s a cute little pig right there. Any iPhone users, please don’t get offended as this is an article about my personal feelings. So if you don’t want to get butt hurt as this article progresses, please stop reading.


I have been an Android user for a long time now and I love the experience the Android OS provides. I have tried to convince myself to buy an iPhone a number of times, but every time I look at an iPhone or try to use it, I find it extremely boring and lifeless. I have the latest iPad Air but it just lies around doing nothing. All I use it is for doing compatibility tests for websites just because a lot of people use it for the Internet. And yes, Safari is the most retarded browser that I have ever used. Its worse than Internet Explorer. There, I said it. Ahh..feels good to get it out of my system.

I really don’t understand what’s all the hype about the iPhone and Apple in general. Is it the brand name? The sheep culture? The fanboyism? The Steve Job Movie :)?. Whatever it is, its got people by the balls. You don’t believe that Android is a better system? All right then, try to answer the following ten questions (these are for the remaining iPhone users who are still reading this post) –

  1. Can iPhone users change their app icons easily?
  2. Does iPhone have memory card storage like Android phones?
  3. Can you get root access to your iPhone as easily as an Android phone?
  4. Have iPhone users seen anything new in the iPhone design over the years (except size)? I mean iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 all look the same to me. Even the bugs are the same.
  5. Does an iPhone have the SMS delivery report feature that’s included even in the low-end Android phones?
  6. Can you replace the battery on an iPhone easily?
  7. Does iPhone have a better battery life than an Android?
  8. Are iPhone devices more sturdy than Android Devices?
  9. Even after having the above flaws, can iPhone’s ridiculous pricing ever match up to Android and make it more affordable?
  10. Can you hope not to get lost when following Apple maps (One of my friend landed up in a jungle trying to navigate through Apple Maps)?

One good thing about the iOS is that it has better looking apps on the App Store, but its not all about the apps, you see. Its about a hundred other things where iPhone cannot beat Android.

So, what do you have to say? Please don’t do this :- Roommates stab each other with beer bottles in iPhone vs. Android dispute. Just let me know in the comments section.

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  3. Alan left a comment on June 24, 2015 at 11:34 pm |

    I have used both iPhone and Android, I’d like to say I much prefer iPhone. Just individual opinion.

  4. Makemelaugh left a comment on June 22, 2015 at 5:39 pm |

    The questions are so easy to answer, but it would need a neutral way to see the things, you dont have it, fact.
    You never even give another system a try, by using it 2-3 weeks, you love you so called system and this makes you blind for new things.
    Before you say something, I HAVE AND USE Android, IOS and Microsoft, daily.

    But lets start:

    1. Why should I do? put this into category “useless Android gimmicks” its fits very well into it.
    2. Yeees, a memory card, seems you dont use your mobile really hard as I do, you would throw a memory card containing phone far far away…
    More pin-contacts, more fails, if you say it’s not true, then it seems you maibe have some frontend knowledge about a technical device, but no clue whats going on inside in it.
    3. Ever heard about Jailbreak? Don’t try to tell me you don’t have to “root” an Android device.
    As “easy” you can root it, others also can do, that’s the “little” difference why Android need malware scanners.
    Ever heard about those for IOS or Microsoft? no, hm, think about why it’s so…
    4. Apple made an clean, ergonomic design years ago, while Google still try and try and dont find a real own way, except that the so called Android design has been taken from old Microsoft 7.1 layout. (try get one, you are going to have a HUGHE surprise)
    So, could you please give one reason why they should do?
    5. As you never had one (this prooves it very well) I can help you out of this dilemma… yes it have one, maibe changing to a better provider help you out of this, because if the provider does not support it, how could the mobile do it?
    6. Very funny, can YOU replace the battery on an actual high-end Android phone?
    7. As written, I use 3 systems and let me tell you one thing, Android have the WORST energy management of all, can’t have another because you actually need 4 or more cores to run Android in a fluid way, Microsoft f.e. have 2 cores and the speed beats an Android system BY FAR.
    8. Since when does a software makes hardware more sturdy? Anyway, i had 4! Android devices swapped due to thermal, display and microphone problems (all was high-end Samsung), one Iphone because of on-off button and still the same NOKIA with Microsoft.
    We talk about 5-12 hours daily use in 3 years.
    9. If you ever opened an Android device you really would rethink this question, because THERE you can see what they sell you as high end and what you get for….
    10 In Jungle? they really had there a mast with antennas for mobiles? I think you maibe saw a jungle in TV, but that’s all …..
    Ah, you try to tell me he used offline maps? so then, if he can’t afford a REAL GPS device which works under a hughe cathedral of trees and green (NO mobile have a low noise GPS antenna which is powerful enough) then he better stay at home, google maps is the same.
    Little tip: there are a lot of good navigation apps out there for all systems and for all needs, sure, you have to pay for them, but I can remember that I always had to pay for a paper map too..

    Keep your Android.. I don’t want it, if I could, I would kick mine into the waste bin.
    Besides, Android= Google, let me think, Google earn money with? right, selling information to everybody.

    Doing a little coding don’t makes you an expert in hardware, more less in deep knowlegde about PCB-layouts, materials and so on, stay at your side of the fence, the other side is much more complicated than you can imagine.

    (Written by an technical engineer with master, 40 years of experience in space and military development)

  5. Yachika left a comment on May 27, 2015 at 10:33 pm |

    I must say very interesting post. But i would still prefer iPhone. Though i have used both android and iphone but i would still like to stick to iPhone. Like you have compared and said that android is far better than iphone as per your opinion, there are hundreds of articles out there which make iphone ‘The Winner’ 🙂 Salute to Steve Jobs for his creation.

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