- Oct 10, 2008
Personally, right from my first purchase of iPhone 4 in 2014, I was really satisfied with the overall software experience. I felt it was a software that made excellent use of its hardware. When I learned that people only think that Apple products are just for show off, I was disappointed since I’ve never owned it for showing off. In fact, every iPhone that I’ve owned, I’ve always made sure I purchased the back cover that also covers the logo & always went for the space grey one which has black body infront. People instantly discover that you’re using an iPhone if the front body is white.Apple products have better overall quality & user experience, no doubt about this. It is just that many feel it comes at an expensive price & that is true too. I personally feel that if somebody has the money to afford(aka no emi/loan etc & what's the use of having lots of money if you don't show off a bit ) apple products(not all apple products are in same price range) & really don't need windows/android then they should get it.
I hope your wife never see this post.My office phone, a 5S , I purchased this Spigen back cover that blocks the logo as well. I once gave it to my stupid wife, she put an Apple sticker over it, she was annoyed why Apple’s logo was not visible. I immediately took offence to this rude behaviour and grabbed my phone back never to give her again.
funny, was discussing on Telegram group this exact same thing few days agoMy timeline of owning Smartphones.
I am quite surprised that wall-gardening is not on this list.Things I don't like about Apple
- Pulling of 32 bit apps
- Secrecy about release dates, and inconsistency in the tick tock cycle, makes it difficult to plan upgrade path or subsequent purchases
- Taptic engine on belly button (it is just fine everywhere else)
- Changing of buttons for screenshots
- Inconsistent locations of edge buttons and headphone jack in every iteration
- Change in charging cables
- Hesitancy in implementing 3D touch
- Making iTunes go away and bringing it back. Also, iTunes bloatedness.