Anyone switched from Android to iOS?

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  1. nudookj

    nudookj New Member

    FB way is not working at all for contact transfer.
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  2. charleswidmor

    charleswidmor New Member

    No ios....
    my phones` Samsung galaxy s6 edge and nokia 6303i
  3. Jaskasy

    Jaskasy Bit Poster

    Not all the data can be transfered with FB, this depends on the size of the data and the speed of the network, from Samsung to iPhone , if there some data that you want to transfer , you'd better find some tools from Google ,
  4. SimonD
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    SimonD Terabyte Poster

    I have both, I went through a stage with the iPhone 4 or 5 where I dropped it for the HTC One which I loved but I couldn't get on with the Android OS, in the end I went back to the iPhone (currently using the X).

    I have a couple of Android tablets (favourite being the Nvidia Shield) and an iPad Pro and love both of them, however the IOS architecture is just so much simpler, all the apps will generally work (there are obvious exceptions for older hardware) but I don't need to worry that App A isn't going to work with Tablet B etc.
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  5. kritesh anand

    kritesh anand New Member

    Well there are many member who have switched to android to ios. May be you will find difficulty in early stages but IOS is very good
  6. Zassimer

    Zassimer Bit Poster

    Two phones with different devices,can you do that?
    I've used an iPhone before, and some photos haven't been transferred to my Samsung, and I'm in no rush to do anything.
  7. JK2447
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    Must admit. I'm not bothered which I use but I'm in the apple eco system now. My watch sends my steps to my phone and unlocks my MacBook. This is how they get you
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  8. bestazy

    bestazy Bit Poster

    I was a longtime Android user that switched from an LG G4 to an iPhone 7+ two years ago. I feel like I acclimated pretty quickly. There are definitely things that I still miss from Android (intents, a usable filesystem, Google Assistant) but overall I find iOS to be much smoother and more stable than Android was. Two years later my iPhone is essentially as solid and smooth as it was the day I took it out of the box. Overall I don't regret my switch and have no plans to go back
  9. Juelz

    Juelz Gigabyte Poster

    I did intially, but due to my iphone breaking I had to go back to Android (couldn't warrant spending hundreds on a new phone) however I am greatly regretting returning to Android but right now getting an expensive phone isnt a priority... I am cancelling my phone contract next month also and just getting myself a cheap sim.
  10. Sparky
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    Sparky Zettabyte Poster Moderator

    Android for personal use and iOS for work – not got the urge to upgrade either anytime soon. Still using an iPhone 7 which has caused me zero hassle since I got it.
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  11. Juelz

    Juelz Gigabyte Poster

    Well I just ordered an iPhone.. I don't know what it is but regardless of which model Android I buy, within months it develops faults. My 6s plus developed a battery fault after 2 years and my iPhone before that (5s) had been passed onto my dad who is using it now and it's still going strong.

    Yes iPhones are overpriced but you get what you pay for and that's quality hardware and excellent support so I'm off again to iOS. Suppose il keep this Android as an unreliable backup phone

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