Apple iPhone 4S
Top message: sooo what! by jaysinferno
Replying to: Re: sooo what! by desireuser442
Re: sooo what!
Also Android is much buggier than the iPhone. With my Android, I would have to turn off the phone every couple of days in order to get good performance out of it (and this is even with an app that ran and that would automatically force close those apps that I designated). With my iPhone I can go a long time without having to turn the phone off and then on again.
The apps on the iPhone are more stable than some of the ones I used on my Android. Also I rarely have to worry about viruses or other types of malicious apps on the iPhone like you do on the Android.
Comparing voice control on an Android to the iPhone is also no comparison. On the Android you have to speak in a specific way in order to accomplish tasks. With Siri on the iPhone you can use a more natural speech pattern to achieve what you need.
After having used both systems, I have found that the iPhone is a much better and stable phone than the Android.
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