One of the new features in iOS 15 is the ability to make FaceTime video calls with Android users. This is a big change, because – contrary to the declarations from 2010 – the service has been tightly closed in the Apple ecosystem for over a decade.
Here’s how Apple depicted this feature on its website and during the presentation of the new version of the system:
You know, on the left you can see an iPhone, and on the right & hairsp; – & hairsp; implicitly & hairsp; – & hairsp; a typical Android smartphone.
Only here comes the question: when was the last time you saw an Android phone looking like this?
Because I guess… never?
Sure, in the Android world there are smartphones with larger frames or indentations, but here we have some absurd combo:gigantic side frames; the highway under the screen; a huge bezel above the screen, which & hairsp; – & hairsp; although this one could easily fit a selfie camera & hairsp; – & hairsp; has a completely unnecessary “tear” attached; work space truncated by an archaic navigation bar with buttons (halo, Android natively supports gestures from 2018!); A bright interface that further enhances the ugliness of the visualization prepared by Apple.
The iPhone, in turn, was presented in the most favorable light. Although both phones are of comparable size, the content displayed on it is much larger, and the dark background cleverly masks the unsightly indentation.
Does it just seem like a clever manipulation to me, which is supposed to strengthen the belief in iOS users that Android smartphones visually and functionally stuck in the Middle Ages?
Here’s what a typical iPhone and a typical Android smartphone really look like
Below is the latest iPhone 12 and the most popular & hairsp; – & hairsp; according to a report by the analyst company Omdia & hairsp; – & hairsp; Android phone in 2020:
Let’s add that the iPhone 12 cost PLN 4199 on the day of the premiere, and the Galaxy A51 started from PLN 1699. And this is not a phenomenon at all, because similar-looking phones can be bought today for less than PLN 1000.
The facts are that & hairsp; – & hairsp; contrary to what Apple seems to say & hairsp; – & hairsp; androids costing a fraction of the price of iPhones have long looked at least as modern. And who knows if not more modern, because it’s a matter of taste.
And why, dear Apple, such enchanting reality? Are you ashamed of how your smartphones compare to real competition products?
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