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06-12-2013, 12:24 AM #21
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06-12-2013, 12:25 AM #22Senior Member
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I concur, any of the other phones, htc, droid, google, microsoft are nice.. But nothing beats apple for smooth operation.
06-12-2013, 12:28 AM #23
^Yup. I've out of all the phones I've used and owned (Most everything except the new S4/HTC One) the N4 is the best phone I've ever used.. I do like the iPhones.. but Android offers much more customizability and is better for someone who is tech savvy like me. My N4 is much faster and smoother than my previous iPhone 5.
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06-12-2013, 12:39 AM #24
Not surprised that a thread titled IOS7 becomes a android comparison.. anyway.
I have iOS7 installed on my personal phone, and iOS6 on my business phone. I'm what most to consider a Apple power user and self-titled fan boy (for many reasons, not relevant to this thread), and after about an hour or so of using iOS7 I'm not sure if I"m a fan. There's a handful of issues and plenty of continuity issues I've already seen, will report major ones and leave the minor ones to chance. It's fluid, smooth, and usable, but I'm unsure about the over all package at this pointecommerce focussed internetpreneur - Hidden Content
06-12-2013, 12:58 AM #25
06-12-2013, 01:48 AM #26
^Once again I'm not sure if serious..
"Sure it is" ya it is. I've had iPhone for several years, the iPhone 5 for 4-5 months (I'll be getting another one again) and the Nexus for a few months also. I guess nothing can sway fanboys.
07-18-2013, 07:14 AM #27
Just tried iOS7 on my iPad 3 (First gen with retina display).
New features are nice, definitely has an eye-catching interface and GUI.
Battery seems to drain somewhat more, especially in standby mode.
Performance is decent, but definitely is noticeably slower than in iOS6, though I assume that Apple will correct this by the GM release or at least the public one.
Overall I'm impressed, as it offers a breath of fresh air into the OS, but is also familiar at the same time.Hidden Content - New Luxury Lifestyle Blog
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09-20-2013, 04:04 PM #28
I love it! I think it's a step ahead in technology. My favorite thing is the bright, beautiful colors. The little features and changes make a huge difference when you think about the growth and advance in technology. It only makes me curious as to what type of electronics we will have in 5-10 years, and the many cool characteristics they will have!
09-21-2013, 12:43 PM #29
09-23-2013, 06:16 PM #30
Just upgraded my ipad2 from ios5 to io7 (lol yes, I skipped ios6 because I had it jailbroken and never bothered to update it) I definitely like the feel of it, but like others have said my battery drains a lot faster now. A lot of the additions are nice even though a lot are borrowed from android but I don't want to turn this into a Android vs iPhone thread.
I like most of it except for the soft colors.
Also anyone else have this problem when trying to set the wallpaper for the homescreen it only shows the preview for the lockscreen?