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Hardcore Android User Switches to an Apple iPhone to Try the New iOS 14

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Apple’s new iOS 14 has been released to the public, but what does a hardcore Android user and Google Pixel User think of the iOS 14 compared to Android? Let’s compare 🤖 Customize your devices with a dbrand skin & grip case: (sponsored)

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  1. 🚨*QOTD: What do you think? Are you primarily an iOS user or an Android user? What do you think of the new changes in iOS 14 and if you're an Android user, do you find any of these changes compelling? Are you switching to iOS?*
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  2. I've been with Samsung since the S4 and more and more I'm realizing I don't use the phone to its full potential. I only customize my phone in small doses. The biggest probably being me switching out Samsung Messages for Textra. I don't root, I don't use gestures, always on display, stuff like the multitasking features I never bothered using. And it's always bugged me that updates are not released all at once for Android devices like they are for Apple. They also cover a fewer amount of years than what Apple does with their phones. Apps also look so much better on Apple, even the ones that are Android in nature. Accessories are far and few usually on Android. So I'm seriously considering buying the iPhone 12. Only thing that bothers me is that my Active Watch 2 is for the most part useless with Apple and the notifications are terrible on iPhones.

  3. I've been a android used since day dot. I've recently changed to iPhone xr with iOS 14 and I think it's going into a better direction on how iOS was. I also have a iPhone 7 and I can SMS forward my xr text to my iPhone 7 and also when someone does call me on my xr I can also receive calls on the iPhone 7 and vice versa.

  4. I've been a samsung user for years now! And I'm looking to switch to iPhone. But Apple as a long way to go before I switch! But it may come sooner then later. Samsung has been passing me off as of late with their dam updates. My phone is only a little over a year old and I dont get the updates like everyone else. Its really annoying. With Apple they update across the board. Samsung can care less. Let's just update the newest phone and to hell with our other phones.

  5. Biggest thing I hate on iOS is the file management .. to get a video from gdrive to my camroll I need like 10 actions … on Android it’s just “export-done”

  6. Take iMessage off iPhone. Its no longer obvious what to get.

    Nonetheless, there's value in everyone already having an app installed.

    Facebook messenger or WhatsApp are great alternatives to iMessage.

  7. I've only ever had iOS, my first smartphone was the iPhone 4, then the 5, and my current phone is the 7 Plus. I'm going to be getting a new phone this weekend and this time I've decided to take the plunge into getting an Android phone to see how I like it over the iPhone. Granted, I can't compare it to a newest iPhone, since I don't personally own a new phone, but can compare it with my brothers iPhone 11. However, after using iOS for years, I'm pretty sure that I will be able to finally make a more informed choice in the future of which OS I prefer when I get myself an Android phone. I'm very nervous to change, but don't want to feel like I'm a slave to one OS over the other due to fear of the unknown in switching devices. Hopefully Android plays nice with me and I'll find that I really enjoy the new OS, and who knows, maybe I'll find out that Android is the one for me over Apple. 🙂

  8. Dude i think im switching from note 20 ultra to iphone pro max… this would be my first iphone but i am LITERALLY THE ONLY ANDROID USER I KNOW HAHAHAHAHAHAH I AM A BIT SCARED I WONT LIE BUT IM DONE WITH THE GLITCHES THIS PHONE HAS TURNED OUT TO BE WORSE THAN GALAXY S20+ I HAD PRIOR LILE WTF SAMSUNG LOL ANYWAYS I WILL BE WATCHING MORE AND MORE OF YOUR VIDS TO MAKE SURE IM GETTING THE MAX OUT OF MY NEW IPHONE

  9. Because I'm owning a rooted device… I don't feel like I could switch without having that android in another pocket!

    Edit: I really can't choose between the high refresh rate/screen of the S20+ and the overall smoothness/facetime/imessage/and the Apple SWAG of an iPhone!!!

  10. It's almost like the opposite now The iPhone is the cheaper brand and Android is the more expensive. I kind of go for the cheaper brand and iPhone. Android has way too much RAM. it's not like I'm going to play Xbox on my phone. who needs all that not an iPhone user

  11. From a technical and programmatical perspective, IOS will always stay inferior to Android. I don't care if IOS becomes cheaper, or has more Android-like features on the surface.
    Android is an open source operating system, meaning custom ROMS can be made and programming applications are easier and there is actual documentation on Android Java

  12. Ngl, I miss android because I feel like a prisoner using iOS but damn, gotta give credit to Apple for making future proof phones.

  13. I was an android user for 8 years and I switched to ios 2 months ago & I just can’t wait to switch back to android 🙈🤭
    There’s just too much glitches & less of everything in ios & I really miss my experience with android. Sorry ios, you couldn’t wooo me!

  14. So I switched from apple to Samsung 2years ago and honestly overall its not that big of a change. I like my Samsung and I still like apple. I'm sticking with Samsung for now becuase the price is just cheaper.

  15. Tried the shortcut thing on iOS to make my apps look cool, but it was so annoying because it has to open the shortcut app before it opens the app itself.

  16. The sad part about Imessage is google could create the same exact thing… It's not like they don't have the money, time or talent. But instead we get their 5 different chat/video apps.

  17. Not sure if Pixel has in-app search, but my Samsung S10 Lite is able to search within apps from the app drawer search bar. For example, I type "order food", and it shows buttons to order from the most recent restaurants I ordered from in Uber Eats

  18. I stumbled across your video the other day and jus want to say great content and so refreshing to see info on what tends to be the tech war cry of iOS versus android. I do actually have both a work android phone and my personal iPhone. A couple things I would throw into the discussion is OS upgrades this is area that android has epic fail unless you have one of the limited pure android devices. If not you are hostage to the handset maker and provider. In this area iOS is way ahead.

    The second is eco system. Google has some powerhouse apps, but when it comes to integration of products and services it’s like they keep getting in their own way. I don’t just have iphone but other devices and the way the different devices work with each other is area that makes my usage better. Like handing off from phone to iPad and pick up in same place, or listening to podcast on iPhone and place phone near HomePod to seamlessly transfer podcast play onto speaker. Airplay🙂.

    Both platforms have great stuff and continue to improve. For me personally a lot of the customization isn’t my thing when I just need things to work. The integrated iOS platform, and as you said the polish and refinements, are what keeps me as iOS user.

  19. I mostly use Android and I was dead set on getting the pixel 4xl but I just wasn't to crazy about it, so I looked around and now I'm going to be rocking a xs max. I call the switch pallet cleansing lol