1. Mr Segundus's Avatar
    asking them to download a special app is a pain
    I never understood this argument. People use cellular devices to literally download apps. That's what iDevices are used for. What's one more app to download? I mean, if an Android user is in your circle and you want to FaceTime them, what's so difficult about downloading Google Duo on your phone or on your friend's device? It takes seconds to download and a minute to open up an account. It's pretty easy, just like every other app out there.

    This isn't an attack on you personally. It's just that I see this argument being used and people act like it's very difficult to download an app and use it when it's really not hard at all.
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    07-10-2018 08:16 AM
  2. SABRIAN70's Avatar
    I know what you mean. I know my mom's iPhone works well with her Google Home mini it's mainly the macbook/laptop issue for me.
    It's not that I planned on being invested in Android, all of my Google home devices I received for free so I couldn't pass that up.
    I've mainly been looking on switching because of Apple's security. I really like that they encrypt everything where as Google doesn't.
    And personally I think the iPhone X may be the best looking phone ever manufactured and I may be the other person who loves the notch.
    Thank you for your response.

    Do it ! Get the X .... It's only money and when the X2 comes out in September get that too !
    07-13-2018 06:54 PM
  3. LCW's Avatar
    Don't get the X now. The new Plus is rumored to come in at 999, and 5.8 X at 899. So used X from last year will only go down in value even more IMO.

    The 6.1 LCD model might be 699 or 799 per said rumors.
    07-13-2018 07:14 PM
  4. Mark1112's Avatar
    I’ve had both Android and Apple devices, more maintenance on android devices. More cleaning and rebooting. However, Android devices are more versatile for personal use. I had Apple devices for years switched to Android, for a couple of years. Now I have both IPhone and an Android tablet. Eventually I will replace the tablet with an iPad. It’s all about personal choices. If I was invested with Android, I would probably stay. But the majority of my data is stored in IOS. Movies, music, etc. That being said. iOS is easier to use, more stable, and more reliable. That’s my experience. Hope it helped
    07-15-2018 02:38 PM
  5. rebretz000's Avatar
    I'm definitely waiting on the iPhone 11 if that's what it will be called. I'm hoping that T-Mobile's new low frequency bands will be supported. I plan on migrating into the Apple ecosystem for the most part. I'll keep my Android tv boxes and Chromecasts but get some MacBooks and Homepods.
    07-18-2018 05:44 PM
  6. Daniel_Burgin's Avatar
    To the op I’m no in the Mac ecosystem me and the wife have an iPhone and an iPad the kids have android tablets I have 2 or 3 android phablets kicking around that I use now and again and the mother-in-law is an android user also have chrome cast and fire tv and sky q all works well together hth
    07-20-2018 01:35 AM
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