Why I’ll never buy an iPhone again


I’ll never buy an iPhone again for a plethora of reasons. First and foremost, iPhones are ridiculously overpriced. You can get a much better Android phone for half the price of an iPhone. iPhones also lack customization options. With Android, you can change just about anything on your phone to make it look and feel exactly how you want it to. With iOS, you’re pretty much stuck with whatever design Apple decided to go with that year.

Another big issue I have with iPhones is their battery life. It’s always been subpar compared to Android phones, and it’s only gotten worse as the years have gone on. With my Android phone, I can easily get through a full day of moderate to heavy use and still have some battery left over at the end of the day. With my old iPhone, I was lucky to make it to lunchtime without needing to recharge.

And then there are the little things that iOS just doesn’t do as well as Android. Things like notifications and multitasking are handled much better on Android. Apple tries to act like they invented these things with iOS, but Android has been doing them better for years.

Overall, I just find Android to be a better platform than iOS. It’s more customizable, has better battery life, and just works better for me. That’s why I’ll never buy an iPhone again.

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