The Surprising Reasons Why This iPhone Fan Won’t Switch To Android


The reasons I prefer to use an iPhone as my “daily driver” over Android devices have less to do with familiarity and even features than you might think. Accusations like, “You’re just used to it,” or, “You’re a sucker for the marketing,” just aren’t accurate. For me, it comes down to some intangibles like polish, trust, ease and cohesion. These are at least some of the underlying reasons why I generally love Apple and iPhones; they’re also things people rarely mention in the iOS vs Android debate, perhaps because they’re somewhat hard to put a finger on.

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There have been a slew of new Android devices announced recently. The OnePlus 2, the Samsung Note 5 and the new Galaxy Edge, etc. And I’m intrigued by a few of the features: being able to pull out a stylus on the new Note and just write on the screen without having to launch any apps is interesting and so is the curved glass of the Edge.

But… there’s also an iPhone announcement just around the corner. It’s coming next month if the rumors are true. In light of this, please allow me to ramble for a paragraph or so because that’s the thing about phone features: there’s always another announcement right around the corner. ...

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