“My return periods for both the HTC One M9 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge have now both expired,” Matthew Miller writes for ZDNet. “The primary phone occupying my pocket is not either one of these Android smartphones, it’s the Apple iPhone 6 Plus.”
“I could not justify the $925+ price (includes sales tax) [of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge] when the battery dies daily at about 3 pm, it was constantly hot in my pocket with the display and WiFi off, switching between and launching apps was accompanied by blank white loading screens, and the glare from lights on both edges takes away from the viewing experience,” Miller writes. “I’ve been spoiled by the batteries found in the Apple iPhone 6 Plus…”
Miller writes, “Now that I am back to using the Apple iPhone 6 Plus as my primary phone, I’m swinging by the New York Apple Store tonight to try on an Apple Watch to help me make an informed decision.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Forget battery life (for a moment), forget bent displays, ultra high-res displays between which nobody can see the difference, multiple core processors, RAM, and blah, blah, blah – the difference is the ecosystem. Apple’s is unmatched. Everything works together and with the Apple Watch, HomeKit, Apple TV, etc. it’s only going to get better.
If you use a Mac, you should use an iPhone. If you’re trying to use an Android phone you’re stupid.
If you use an iPad, you should use an iPhone. If you’re trying to use an Android phone you’re stupid.
If you use an iPhone, you should use a Macintosh. If you’re trying to use a PC you’re stupid.
If you use an iPad, you should use a Macintosh. If you’re trying to use a PC you’re stupid.
Don’t be stupid.