iMessage is one of those features for iOS that Apple uses as a major focal point, and it appears it’s going to stay an iOS-only feature for at least a while longer.
For anyone that has been interested in trying out Android, but doesn’t want to give up their iPhone, one designer and developer may have come up with a solution.
Picking the best phones in the world is always a) incredibly hard, and b) terrific fun. Thankfully. This being an iOS-centric site, you’d expect an Apple iPhone at number 1 and you’d be right. But this isn’t sycophantic – in my other life as the producer and presenter of The Phones Show I do regular top 5 features – and an iPhone is invariably in the top spot because it’s the one top specced phone that can be recommended as the answer to “What phone should I buy” without any real caveats or possible recriminations.
Mary Meeker’s latest Internet Trends Report for KPCB is out, and it doesn’t deliver good news for Apple. For the first time ever, iOS is expected to suffer a decline in global smartphone shipments during 2016, while Android will continue to see good growth.
Designing a smartphone takes time, and as features get added, removed, or tweaked, sometimes the design gets changed, too.
Android smartphones might look like they’re faster and smoother than the iPhone on paper, but in real world use, that couldn’t be further from the truth. A new study has found Android smartphones crash a lot more than iPhones, and Samsung’s are the most unstable.
When it comes to flagship smartphones, HTC is one of the companies that most people expect to see something great emerge.
Apple Music for Android has been updated to support an oft-requested feature, and bring in the family as well.
Mid-range devices are gradually becoming a nice combination of less-than-high-end specifications and premium aspirations, and the Huawei P9 is certainly no different, if Android Beat‘s review of the device is any indicator.