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so yesterday I upgraded from android to iPhone and I love my iPhone better it has a better camera and most apps are more up to date than android apps so which do you like better
It's all fun and games and personal preference until you get to audio. If music making is part of the plan, then Android (the OS, not any particular device using it) is a problem because there's a long and inconsistent latency between playback and record due to the way that the audio device(s) are accessed by the OS. It's fundamental to the operating system (all versions up to the current one as of this writing) so there's no way for an app to get around it. iOS doesn't have the same problem, probably because Apple thought from the beginning that a mobile version of Garage Band might be a fun little diversion. There has been a little bit of a stink made about this issue lately, so a future version of Android is likely to address the problem, but in the meantime there's no good way to lay down synchronized tracks (though single-track or stereo direct recording is possible, as long as you're not monitoring from the device).
Since your question shows neither evidence of the ability to understand these subjects objectively, nor presence of critical thinking skills, I highly recommend you an iPhone. You'll be happy, while apple is going to take your money for a 100$ phone while returning the favor by spreading the joy of naivety.
The question clearly states that the person asking the question already got an iPhone and were just asking which one you like better. No need to insult anyone. It is your own personal opinion which you like better.
which do you like better
I understand that she already got the iPhone but I wanted to confirm that she has made the right decision. I apologize for not making this clear.
she asked for our personal, subjective opinion. If she had asked us for an objective discussion / argumentation, I would have done so. But she asked for our opinion. I have a pretty clear opinion about apple, their products and how they do business, if anyone is offended by such an opinion, I'm sorry, but I stand by mine.
where you are insulting someone else's thinking skills. You can say whatever you want about a company, such as Apple, but you don't have to insult an individual person.Since your question shows neither evidence of the ability to understand these subjects objectively, nor presence of critical thinking skills, I highly recommend you an iPhone.
I've been using Android 5.1.1 and it hadn't lagged once (well, the custom ROM I'm using is fast and good with battery), opposed to Android 5.0.x which has a serious memory leak issue (which can be fixed with a certain patch [requires a few things though]). You can perhaps try that, depending on what device you currently have. It looks as if it's going the right path.I used the android in a long time. I like it but sometimes it freezes. Power off the measures this time.