@Xelnoc@lemmy.blahaj.zone avatar



Hi, I’m lena (15) Interests include music, politics, videogames, etc. play keytar (best instrument)

This profile is from a federated server and may be incomplete. For a complete list of posts, browse on the original instance.

Xelnoc ,
@Xelnoc@lemmy.blahaj.zone avatar

The question is framed such that it implies an iPhone to be the better choice. Most people don't even consider switching to iPhone because it typically is a lot of effort for the average person who already has an Android. IOS has worse app support, it is more restrictive, with fewer features than Android typically has. Many people stick with what they have because it is what they are used to.

I personally don't use an iPhone because I use root and terminal tools often which aren't available on iOS and also don't want that Apple spyware in my life.

  • All
  • Subscribed
  • Moderated
  • Favorites
  • random
  • test
  • worldmews
  • mews
  • All magazines