The battle of the century
Remember when Apple sued Android over rounded corners? If you haven’t heard about this read the following article; http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/12/04/samsung_to_pay_apple/
Can you believe that Android had to pay Apple over 500 million dollars over round corners?! That’s like suing a lamp company for having a light switch that flicks on and off.
Anyway that wasn’t the point of this post but I thought I would just point out the absolute ridiculousness of that lawsuit.
I’ve been thinking a lot about the iPhone vs Android debate recently.
I’ve had an android phone my entire life but I’m seriously considering switching to an Android phone.
Everyone knows that I’m an audiophile (heres a pic of my modest setup);
(Sorry for the very blurry photo it was late when I took it).
If you want to know about my setup it goes as follows; Sennheiser HD 650 = O2+ODAC = FLAC Audio files.
Anyways I’m going off track again
One of the things I hate the MOST about android is just how awful the native music app is. It supports some of the strangest files, but doesn’t support other quite generic files (no FLAC support for example).
Whilst the iPhone music app doesn’t support FLAC either (yes I know hypocrite right). It is much more sleek and quick compared to the native android one. I started using my very old iPod touch in my car to play music through my Bluetooth adapter. It is so much better and easier to play music off my iPod then Android by FAAAR.
I also find the lighting dock iPhone 6S charger, is far better then the Android charger. It’s much less finicky and it fits in much better (simply because of the magnetic adapter with the iPhone).
Anyways I should probably sleep, it is 2 in the morning now. Lemme know what you think about Apple vs Android in the comments!