Sunday, 25 October 2015
Friday, 23 October 2015
I have had the iPhone 6s for over 2 weeks now. I have for the most part enjoyed the experience and there are aspects that I love and aspects I don't
1. Added RAM faster apps
2. 3d touch
5. Software updates
1. Operating system not customizable
2. Sluggishness at times of os
Overall a great phone.
Sunday, 18 October 2015
The title of these articles is at best deceptive as they promise to unveil Samsung's dates to push Android 6.0 update to the s6 series and yet does not enlighten but gives the probability of end of year update.
Because Google has launched the code means that Samsung is already working on the update. What processes are involved?
1. Building a stable ROM
2. Testing beta versions
3. Quality control
4. Carrier testing
So we can estimate that realistically we are looking at December or January. But we would rather have a well worked update would we not?
These useless articles annoy.
Monday, 12 October 2015
Thursday, 1 October 2015
This question cannot be answered neutrally and abstractly. To answer this we must objectively evaluate the smartphone as a device and subjectively evaluate it to my daily life requirements.
I love to find a guiding principle in a matter. This is how I can remain with a Android and a IPhone at the same time. Android has some phenomenal forum apps and IPhone is now fast and crisp as a experience.
I find the email experience and social networking and camera now awesome on IPhone 6s. But my galaxy s6 is awesome for camera; forums; Instagram; and performance.
Do I need 2 devices? That is a subjective question that has an illogical answer. Yes. However I like the IPhone 6s and I have had 2 updates in 3 days ; I cannot retire the s6.
Does everyone need 2 devices? That deserves a objective answer. No. It is a luxury which few can afford.
More to come!