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Re: Went back to iPhone after GalaxyS3

 

S7 wrote:

Liked the Galaxy S3, but just couldn't adapt to some of the changes!!!!!!  Little things drove me crazy!! Couldn't make text pics larger, like you can on the iPhone, the S-Voice was stupid, lol, and just a few other things.  Nice phone, great screen, but I'm super glad to be back in the world of Apple! Smiley LOL


I love my GS3! I am defiently glad I got it over iphone! So much more freedom, more customizable. S-voice may be pretty dumb, but google voice is the only thing you need.Nicer screen, super easy to find a micro usb cable anywhere, jailbroken out of the box, better specs, better camera app, etc. I bought myself an extended battery for the two days a week I don't have much access to a charger and it lasts 4 days! on that thing.

 

Iphone 5 is nice though, I'd take one to use as an ipod touch of sorts, but I don't support apple and their continuous battle to patient every idea in existance. 

 

What do you mean by " text pics larger?

 

 

 

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Re: Went back to iPhone after GalaxyS3

Haven't tried many other smartphones, but from my experience none can beat iPhone in touch sensitivity. Even if my finger doesn't land on the URL, my iPhone knows that I want to click on it.

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Re: Went back to iPhone after GalaxyS3

Also an Apple fan here... iPhone, iPad and Mac.  Love them all.

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Re: Went back to iPhone after GalaxyS3


HiLine wrote:

Haven't tried many other smartphones, but from my experience none can beat iPhone in touch sensitivity. Even if my finger doesn't land on the URL, my iPhone knows that I want to click on it.


That just makes it seem like something bad. 

"I didn't want to click that, why did you do that!" 

 

#GN2 > iPhone

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jsucool76 wrote:

HiLine wrote:

Haven't tried many other smartphones, but from my experience none can beat iPhone in touch sensitivity. Even if my finger doesn't land on the URL, my iPhone knows that I want to click on it.


That just makes it seem like something bad. 

"I didn't want to click that, why did you do that!" 

 

#GN2 > iPhone


It's much, much easier to click on a non-URL space on a web page. All you need is for your phone to know when you need to click on a URL.

 

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