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Well, I would like to go back to being an iPhone user since my Android Samsung Galaxy SII Skyrocket's (what a long name) battery life is just...horrible...compared to my experiences with iPhone 3G. Too bad I'm on a contract, though. Can't wait to see how iPhone 5 will look like...
post #22 of 71
Given the lack of a robust OS, that is not as user friendly as people like to make it out to be, all I'm interested in is the audio performance. That is my only interest in the iPhone since the 3GS. Anyone using any other phone is not missing out on anything special.
post #23 of 71
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Well, I would like to go back to being an iPhone user since my Android Samsung Galaxy SII Skyrocket's (what a long name) battery life is just...horrible...compared to my experiences with iPhone 3G. Too bad I'm on a contract, though. Can't wait to see how iPhone 5 will look like...

Give it some tweaks to how you use the device, and I get a full days use of it, given at least 4 hours of heavy internet use with it. Given a more 'normal' use, I can get 2-3 days out of it.
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Who would use an Android that isn't rooted? Who would use an iPhone that isn't rooted? I've been rooting them since 2007. If you can't figure out how to take 30 seconds and root them, then you shouldn't be using computers in the first place. This isn't rocket science. Do you only use limited access accounts on Windows too?

I not only use computers but I also repair them in a computer shop and am qualified to do so. Are you? Or are you just a boy that likes to play with toys?
I dont need to root my Android to use app's on it. And rooting is completely different to jailbreak.

Do not compare Windows to iOS to Android.

SuperAdmin accounts/Admin Account/Limited Accounts are there for a purpose.
You can use almost everything you wish to use in Limited Accounts application wise, what you cant use you will be asked to insert the password.
And having an admin account doesnt mean you have full access.
Do you always login in super admin accounts? Do you even know they exist? You are prolly one more of those guys that say super admin accounts died with XP. thumb.gif

iOS... Jailbreaking an iPhone isnt rooting it. Its installing a custom kernel.
If I root my Android I still have my stock Android running the only difference is superuser privilegies... I dont have the need to install custom kernel's on my Android cause it does what I need it to do without a root, and with a root it does even more.
Same doesnt happen with iPhone. You install a custom kernel on it. There is no rooting on iPhones. You doing it since 2007, but you still havent learned the difference.
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And......I don't care... tongue.gif

And....we don't care that you....don't care thumb.gif
post #26 of 71
I like how people who apparently "don't care" takes the time to let the whole world know that.

In the real world, these people must be really fun to be around.
post #27 of 71
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I not only use computers but I also repair them in a computer shop and am qualified to do so. Are you? Or are you just a boy that likes to play with toys?
I dont need to root my Android to use app's on it. And rooting is completely different to jailbreak.
Do not compare Windows to iOS to Android.
SuperAdmin accounts/Admin Account/Limited Accounts are there for a purpose.
You can use almost everything you wish to use in Limited Accounts application wise, what you cant use you will be asked to insert the password.
And having an admin account doesnt mean you have full access.
Do you always login in super admin accounts? Do you even know they exist? You are prolly one more of those guys that say super admin accounts died with XP. thumb.gif
iOS... Jailbreaking an iPhone isnt rooting it. Its installing a custom kernel.
If I root my Android I still have my stock Android running the only difference is superuser privilegies... I dont have the need to install custom kernel's on my Android cause it does what I need it to do without a root, and with a root it does even more.
Same doesnt happen with iPhone. You install a custom kernel on it. There is no rooting on iPhones. You doing it since 2007, but you still havent learned the difference.
How isn't it like rooting? Just go to jailbreakme.com... it takes a couple of minutes and you're done.
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Foxconn also makes a ton of CPU sockets for Intel motherboards. I don't see you guys bashing them for anything besides Apple. Honestly I don't understand the hate. I'm an avid hardware enthusiast and yes I buy Apple. I do not agree with the, lancing slightly better products every 6 months and I would nit buy any of their computers.
The thing it seems most of you are missing is the user experience. I see from all my friends that buy Android products how laggy the operating system is and knowing iOS is much smoother than any Android phone I've seen. No matter if Android has the better hardware, I'd much rather get the better experience out of the box and tweak later because I'm bored.
For all you that are going to talk about the lack of freedom on iOS, I'll bet you have never tried a jailbroken device. I'll assure you it's a totally different experience.
I'm not trying to get anyone to buy Apple, I'm just really othered by the mindless Apple hate from people who've never tried their phones/tablets.

I've tried them. They suck. Not what I want from my devices.
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Foxconn also makes a ton of CPU sockets for Intel motherboards. I don't see you guys bashing them for anything besides Apple. Honestly I don't understand the hate. I'm an avid hardware enthusiast and yes I buy Apple. I do not agree with the, lancing slightly better products every 6 months and I would nit buy any of their computers.
The thing it seems most of you are missing is the user experience. I see from all my friends that buy Android products how laggy the operating system is and knowing iOS is much smoother than any Android phone I've seen. No matter if Android has the better hardware, I'd much rather get the better experience out of the box and tweak later because I'm bored.
For all you that are going to talk about the lack of freedom on iOS, I'll bet you have never tried a jailbroken device. I'll assure you it's a totally different experience.
I'm not trying to get anyone to buy Apple, I'm just really othered by the mindless Apple hate from people who've never tried their phones/tablets.

Going to have go ahead and disagree with you 100%. Ever since the release of the 4S and iOS 5.0.0 my iPhone 4 is unbelievably slow. Programs crash constantly, safari is extremely slow at loading pages and booting up... generally it's just bad and no amount of restoring has helped. Mind you, prior to 5.0.0, iOS was lightning fast and compared to my Transformer I'd have taken the iPhone in a heartbeat.

iOS still has the better marketplace, but is nowhere near as fast or stable as it used to be.
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I not only use computers but I also repair them in a computer shop and am qualified to do so. Are you? Or are you just a boy that likes to play with toys?
I dont need to root my Android to use app's on it. And rooting is completely different to jailbreak.
Do not compare Windows to iOS to Android.
SuperAdmin accounts/Admin Account/Limited Accounts are there for a purpose.
You can use almost everything you wish to use in Limited Accounts application wise, what you cant use you will be asked to insert the password.
And having an admin account doesnt mean you have full access.
Do you always login in super admin accounts? Do you even know they exist? You are prolly one more of those guys that say super admin accounts died with XP. thumb.gif
iOS... Jailbreaking an iPhone isnt rooting it. Its installing a custom kernel.
If I root my Android I still have my stock Android running the only difference is superuser privilegies... I dont have the need to install custom kernel's on my Android cause it does what I need it to do without a root, and with a root it does even more.
Same doesnt happen with iPhone. You install a custom kernel on it. There is no rooting on iPhones. You doing it since 2007, but you still havent learned the difference.

Rooting = gaining root access. You failed to understand that entering an admin password to install software from a limited account in Windows means you already have admin access; not rooting a phone, means you don't have full admin access. Anyways, having root access to my phone allows me to install anything I want. I can install custom firmware on my 07 iPhone giving it iOS5 features. Why wouldn't I want to mess around with the preferences and install any app I want? Sorry it's too difficult for you to comprehend such a simple task as how to root a phone. I don't use stock ROMs on my S II either. Why would I want the carrier's bloatware on my phone? I'd be missing out on so many customizations if I didn't. CM9 alone is good enough of a reason to root your phone.
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