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Tommy Miles
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Tommy MilesJournalist
2019-10-1, 11:43AM
But in Google Pixel reviews we often read comments like these:

"The camera is so insane that its hardware dies in 1 year and 6 month and they don't even care acknowledging the fault or even reply on there forums. (talking about Google Pixel 2)."

"Is not about Hardware but the service and support. They release Pixel 4 and all older Pixels lose support for the new features introduced in Pixel 4. This never happens in the Apple ecosystem which I'm about to switch to from my Pixel 2 XL."

"Gotta be honest, I still sometime use my Pixel 2 XL for photos and I use an iPhone 11 Pro Max. Both great cameras though. I don't think the switch to Pixel is worth it just for the camera."

"Her friends sincerely believe that the photos that the girl uploads to Instagram were taken on a professional camera. - This indicates the degree of compression of the images on Instagram, and nothing more. All services that store data on their servers, pinch photos and videos so that only pathetic memories remain from the original quality, whether it's more or less expensive smartphone, whether it's a DSLR. Well, the people who constantly look at over-blur after over-sharp get used to it, and stops to consider that it happens differently in general. Especially when negligent DSLR owners smear their skin in exactly the same fully automatic mode as on a smartphone, photos from DSLRs, working "on the stream" in pursuit of income from photo shoots. After all, the girls do not like it when they look the way they are, but if you smudge and retouch everything, then delight is ensured, and for the photographer - income and new orders. YouTube's stencil business is booming."
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iLawyer
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iLawyerJournalist
2019-10-1, 7:27AM
The US has named the 20 best smartphones. The rating was subjective...

Business Insider has published its own rating of the best smartphones. Journalists evaluated the price-performance ratio of devices. The leader of the rating was unexpected. This is the recently presented by the Chinese OnePlus 7T. It costs $600 and has a beautiful design, a triple main camera, a good battery, and an accurate fingerprint scanner. Among the flaws, journalists highlighted the lack of wireless charging and certified water protection.



In second place is the iPhone 11 with a cost of $700. It was praised for the simplicity of the operating system, the A13 chipset, like the top model, excellent shooting quality and wireless charging. Journalists did not like the lack of a headphone jack, a fringe, slow wired charging and low screen refresh rate.

In third place was another Chinese OnePlus 7 Pro for $670. The authors of the article appreciated a powerful processor, excellent autonomy, super-fast charging, as well as a screen with 90 Hz. The journalists did not like the same as the OnePlus 7T, the lack of water protection.

Also included in the rating (starting from the top positions):

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Nicolle Steehle
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Nicolle SteehleJournalist
2019-09-27, 12:44PM
Customization is the introduction of changes to the standard basis of the product in order to make it more suitable for the needs of a particular consumer. Therefore, if someone says that there is no customization in iOS, this statement will be false. If we compare the volume of possible customization in iOS and Android, then, of course, Android gives its users a wider range of settings. However, at the same time, if someone says that Android gives the opportunity to fully customize his gadget, then this will also be a lie. For example, try moving the top status bar of the device (information panel) down, or change its color to purple...
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Dave Smartier
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Dave SmartierJournalist
2019-09-27, 10:28AM
Everyone scolds the iPhone 11. But the Chinese only do what they copy. The bangs are copied, the recognition is copied, the location of the cameras is copied. All design trends are set by Apple. But something does not work out. There is not a single device to the edge of the screen. The shells are all crooked and oblique, and even Samsung is barely approaching with its One UI. Everyone is silent about the zoo of Android programs - to find something normal you need to re-measure a bunch of slag! Tune and dance with a tambourine.

Pixel 3 is the only normal competitor, but the design of the device is a complete slag. Smooth animations and gestures on the iPhone are unattainable for now. Top flagships are not very cheaper than iPhone. Expensive? And what I want to say in life is cheap? A good car costs millions, so a hundred for the phone you look at every day is not so much. But if not on credit, of course. Better to say that sensibly we cannot afford, not shout, that Apple is not a cake!
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iLawyer
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iLawyerJournalist
2019-09-27, 10:17AM
If you close your eyes and speak essentially, then the photo of The Verge is a comparison of the Pixel 3 with the iPhone 11 Pro, the Pixel 3 is much better at taking photos. Here, the contrast, and details, and color rendition are better than the iPhone. iPhone stupidly highlighted everything.

CNet Scott Stein comparing iPhone 11 with Note10 - the photo taken on the iPhone looks better. And white balance is better. But there are different points of shooting, and Scott may have cheated a bit with the choice of exposure. If you compare the photos of two iPhones, then there are no special differences in them. We will wait for the official tests of the guys from DxOMark.
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Tommy Miles
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Tommy MilesJournalist
2019-09-27, 10:02AM
My own opinion: everything is good with iOS and customization is enough. If you are a geek who constantly likes to configure and reconfigure something, then yes - you need Android. But ordinary users - the vast majority and no one is engaged in deep customization on both Android and iOS. But what really spoils all the advantages of Apple is the price!
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Tommy Miles
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Tommy MilesJournalist
2019-09-26, 3:27PM
When you finally add everything that every other phone company has had before. iPhone XS here, swipe typing, being able to manage volume without buttons and not having to go to settings for it, the separate key next to the space bar for emojis, and emoji face stickers along with dark mode (and more customizable UI) has been out on Nokia, razer, LG and Samsung phones for years.
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Randall Mark
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Randall MarkJournalist
2019-09-26, 3:09PM
Why am I watching this when I don't care about updating my phone from my iPhone 6? Besides saving a few moments with a faster phone, what's the point in it? I'm not paying $1000+ for a Dark Mode and other features that I won't use after a week.
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Jason Hensel
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Jason HenselJournalist
2019-09-26, 3:06PM
Apple bullshitting all these updates over the years and yet we still don't have the ability to have incoming calls in a small box at the top right or left of your phone instead of manifesting the whole phone screen while you're using and Inconveniencing you for the moment.

So I've just recently updated my phone to iOS 13. I go into my photos app and click to top left (where the time is showing). Usually it will take me to the oldest photos. But now it just keeps kicking me out. I thought it was cause my iPhone X has little storage. I changed to the iPhone 11 Pro 512 GB and this happens too...

Is there a fix for it?
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Gregory French
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Gregory FrenchJournalist
2019-09-26, 10:50AM
For some reason, I didn't notice my friend updating most of the built-in applications when he had a Samsung Galaxy Note, services like Google Keep and Google Photo are updated, which on the iPhone are also updated through the Store, in principle, all the software is practically available on Android and on the App Store. To update the built-in application in the iPhone, a small update, such as 13.1, is enough, some Apple applications are updated through the application Store. And with the update of the services of the "applications" of Google in the system of new functions does not add. So there is a problem with updates on Android.

A significant advantage of the android platform in updating embedded applications without pathos and presentations, including on iOS, what specific advantages does this android provide? Nothing, the lack of presentations and pathos also affects the much lesser popularity of these applications, which seems to be a minus for Android. It's very good that Google updates its Google Duo without pathos and presentations, it's so good that no one really uses it, unlike FaceTime, it's good that Android does not have a single standard for audio or video calling, telephone communication and hardcore only. It's so cool that having Google keep you won't be able to work on a note with anyone because nobody knows about keep.

But how cool it is to remove unnecessary applications from the desktop in Android, in fact, what Android is missing is to remove unnecessary applications. What makes you think that everyone wants to have two lists of applications like this on Android?
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Chris Maccenroy
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Chris MaccenroyJournalist
2019-09-24, 1:02PM
It is clear that if something is not in the iPhone, then this is not necessary, because Apple employees have already thought and decided for us. Of course, if tomorrow in iOS a full-screen incoming call or something else from this list appears, then everyone will say how cool, convenient and innovative. For example, as it was when the first godless "shovels" began to appear on Android in the days of iPhone 5S, and then iPhone 6 ​​came out and the large size of the phone became immediately convenient. But it doesn't matter, it's a religious argument. If people are ready to defend something as obviously ugly as the iPhone 11 Pro, then what to talk about.
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