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Ben S:
Had iPhone for work back in 2009 and 2010. Was shit out the box to the point I told them I wasn't having another and to deal with it.
Frankly, I thought the shitty windows mobile Samsung Omnia was better.
But the iPhone looked pretty...

As for the HTC Sensation,  it was probably one of HTCs worst phones and the reason they fell from grace.

jillcwhomever:

--- Quote from: Hedley Lamarr on September 22, 2023, 08:49:48 am ---Apple's pricing is quite reasonable with the 15 line, cheaper than the comparative Samsung handsets, the iPhone 15 is £50 cheaper than the Pixel 7 pro was at launch (and that phone was anything but 'pro')

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The deals I have seen are poor. I am not looking for the up to date all singing Apple. I just want a phone I can contact people with and take the occasional photo. I was getting so frustrated with iTunes and every time it updated stuff would disappear off my phone. I presently have an iPhone 7 and if anything I would have preferred another one.

Walshy nMe®:
I don't think you really need itunes anymore.

The iPhones can update/restore e.t.c without the use of a computer,  I haven't connected mine to one in about 3 years.

filopastry:

--- Quote from: Hedley Lamarr on September 22, 2023, 08:49:48 am ---Apple's pricing is quite reasonable with the 15 line, cheaper than the comparative Samsung handsets, the iPhone 15 is £50 cheaper than the Pixel 7 pro was at launch (and that phone was anything but 'pro')

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On the other hand you get frequent discounting with the Samsung sets, actually 15 pro max pricing looks pretty identical to s23 ultra base pricing.

Swings and roundabouts from there, better discount on Samsung, better trade in on iphone.

Too early for flapjacks?:

--- Quote from: Ben S on September 22, 2023, 11:45:30 am ---Had iPhone for work back in 2009 and 2010. Was shit out the box to the point I told them I wasn't having another and to deal with it.
Frankly, I thought the shitty windows mobile Samsung Omnia was better.
But the iPhone looked pretty...

As for the HTC Sensation,  it was probably one of HTCs worst phones and the reason they fell from grace.

--- End quote ---

My experience is similar. I've had to use iPhones at work and have had more problems with them than the Android devices I've personally owned. The Samsung Galaxy series was good to me. Had the S7 edge for 5 years and when the battery would no longer last me the day and the security updates stopped, I moved over to the Pixels. Currently have the Pixel 7 (not the pro) and don't plan to upgrade anytime soon.

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