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I used android and its such a horrible system, Much rather be playing with iOS

I take it this means BB10 is obviously the most stable system out of the whole mobile market, and considering i have had no faults for the time i have owned my Q10 (Basically release) ... I dont even think it can bugger up at all.

Android on the other hand buggers up at least once i try and use my tablet.
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I've never had an iPhone or any iCrap but the experience I had with Android was hardly smooth. 1.x was garbage. 2.x wasn't too bad but still rubbish. 3.x was better but buggy at times. 4.x is where they finally delivered. With the occasional crappy devices unfortunately but that's down to diversification of hardware I think.
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I think the only way to truly test iOS vs Android is have a pure android phone (Nexus line) vs iPhone. As a personal phone and a tech, I would take android anyday. But for business, I think iOS holds the throne on that one.
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We have replaced 3 of our Galaxy S IIIs with iPhone 5s and all are running like champs.

I don't think I would have jumped to Apple had U.S. Cellular supported a Nexus phone, that ran pure unadulterated Android. We are in a situation that we pretty much have to use U.S. Cellular due to their coverage area, they work well in super rural areas, and thus had to choose between bloatware Android or Apple. I am thankful they started carrying Apple products in November, we just couldn't handle Android anymore.

As for Nokia, my understanding is they make amazing phones. I used to have their old candy bar phones with the black and white screens back in the day, they were tanks! Also as I mentioned earlier, my first Android phone from HTC back when Android first released was amazing. Not surprising it wasn't modified much at all by HTC, I do miss that little phone.
I would say it is click-bait for sure.

You sure fell for that bait PostalTwinkie. You were one of the first here to praise iOS and bash the heck out of Android. In your case, Android didn't pan out. That doesn't mean they are terrible phones. I've had a bunch of Samsung, HTC, and iPhones. The best Android hands down is the Nexus line. IMO all Android vs iOS tests should be the latest Nexus vs latest iPhone as the Nexus line are a true representation of Android. Pure, stock, no bloat, no crazy UI.
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Android is nice, especially when you customize it to your liking, but ATM I just prefer iOS. This is my opinion, but I feel that I can't get as smooth of an experience on Android and the phones are too big. If I want to downsize phones on Android (ex Galaxy mini), I also lose out on a lot of processing power, which I think is a bit ridiculous. I don't mind using a large phone, but carrying one is annoying.
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There's a few things I missed in the thread:
iOS sends crash reports automatically, Android prompts the user to send it with a descriptive message (what was running, when, how long, etc.). If the crash window pops up and you choose "OK" (instead of "Report"), the crash report is not sent.

I have never sent a crash report, because that requires accepting Google's crash report T's & C's, which I don't accept. Similarly, I'm convinced it's too much of a hassle for most users to bother sending these, therefore the amount of unreported crashes will be through the roof.

Also, I believe this argument is pointless, Android's strength isn't it's stability, but it's customizability. My Android phones (or specific apps) crash all the time (daily), but they are heavily modified and run custom ROMs and kernels. The only exception is my HTC Tytn 2 with CM 6 - this regularly has uptimes of ca. 2000 hours before I manually reboot it or forget to charge it.

These are features that iOS devices cannot compete with, but they shine in different places. There isn't a one-size-fits-all solution, and although I'm an Android fanboy, I see the market and the use for Apple devices.
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Android is nice, especially when you customize it to your liking, but ATM I just prefer iOS. This is my opinion, but I feel that I can't get as smooth of an experience on Android and the phones are too big. If I want to downsize phones on Android (ex Galaxy mini), I also lose out on a lot of processing power, which I think is a bit ridiculous. I don't mind using a large phone, but carrying one is annoying.
SoC TDP is a factor of volume (due to cooling restraints), therefore you won't satisfy your requirements easily. Xperia Z1 Compact and Huawei Ascend D1 Quad XL are the only ones I know of.

The fact other devices need less power to be fast is due to them being locked down and running native software, remember; Android is a virtual machine. This makes it ridiculously inefficient.
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There's a few things I missed in the thread:
iOS sends crash reports automatically, Android prompts the user to send it with a descriptive message (what was running, when, how long, etc.). If the crash window pops up and you choose "OK" (instead of "Report"), the crash report is not sent.

I have never sent a crash report, because that requires accepting Google's crash report T's & C's, which I don't accept. Similarly, I'm convinced it's too much of a hassle for most users to bother sending these, therefore the amount of unreported crashes will be through the roof.

Also, I believe this argument is pointless, Android's strength isn't it's stability, but it's customizability. My Android phones (or specific apps) crash all the time (daily), but they are heavily modified and run custom ROMs and kernels. The only exception is my HTC Tytn 2 with CM 6 - this regularly has uptimes of ca. 2000 hours before I manually reboot it or forget to charge it.

These are features that iOS devices cannot compete with, but they shine in different places. There isn't a one-size-fits-all solution, and although I'm an Android fanboy, I see the market and the use for Apple devices.
SoC TDP is a factor of volume (due to cooling restraints), therefore you won't satisfy your requirements easily. Xperia Z1 Compact and Huawei Ascend D1 Quad XL are the only ones I know of.

The fact other devices need less power to be fast is due to them being locked down and running native software, remember; Android is a virtual machine. This makes it ridiculously inefficient.

TBH my Samsung S4 has been more stable then any iphone or ipad I have ever used. I have buddies with iphones and parents have a ipad. I have seen plenty of app crashes and freezes on both.

My Old Android phones was alright, not as good as my s4. Though I know people with the S3 and have problems with them sometimes, but never really hear many users having problems with s4's.



The Android OS is pretty stable, something you really couldn't say back in the day. iOS just isn't as good as a phone OS IMO, plus the lack of a back button is a real downer. Windows phones are looking temping though, would like to try one. OS is pretty stable, I also have a windows 8 tablet that I like. Just wish the app store was bigger.
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I think the only way to truly test iOS vs Android is have a pure android phone (Nexus line) vs iPhone. As a personal phone and a tech, I would take android anyday. But for business, I think iOS holds the throne on that one.
You sure fell for that bait PostalTwinkie. You were one of the first here to praise iOS and bash the heck out of Android. In your case, Android didn't pan out. That doesn't mean they are terrible phones. I've had a bunch of Samsung, HTC, and iPhones. The best Android hands down is the Nexus line. IMO all Android vs iOS tests should be the latest Nexus vs latest iPhone as the Nexus line are a true representation of Android. Pure, stock, no bloat, no crazy UI.

You are right, every person in here fell for it.

I came in hoping to see some legitimate numbers and get further insight into the mobile world, turns it it was just click bait. I am also very quick to point out the flaws in Android, I used it from pretty much release day up until November 8th of 2013. I am also believe I am one of the very few people on this forum that handles more than 10 lines, so I have a pretty good idea on how unstable Android really can be.
    
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And Windows Phone is twice as stable as Android tongue.gif

In my experience, it is. But honestly, I think all of these statistics vary dramatically based on what type of hardware that you're running. High-end Android devices are rock-solid stable. I've used some cheap ones that I could make crash at will.

I've had one crash on Windows Phone since October, using it every day. But that's on Nokia hardware. I have a feeling WP wouldn't be nearly so stable running on something else.
     
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My Nexus 4 hasn't crashed on me yet. Been 100% satisfied with it. And my wife's Lumia 521 has been solid as well.
   
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Let's say I'm an app developer. I make an app, for both iOS and Android. Only, let's say I am disdainful of Apple, and don't put any time at all into bugtesting the iOS version.

The app is released in both stores. The iOS version ends up crashing more.

Is the OS responsible for the crashes?
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