[Hindi] iPhones are expensive but much better than Android phones: AajTak Editor Nishant Chaturvedi

In this video AajTak editor Nishant chaturvedi shares his views on iPhones and why after trying so many smartphones, he plans to stick with Apple phones. According to him, the iPhone 8 Plus is better than OnePlus 5T, Google Pixel 2 and HTC U11, among others.

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47 Replies to “[Hindi] iPhones are expensive but much better than Android phones: AajTak Editor Nishant Chaturvedi”

  1. Harshaan Singh

    Talking absolutely nonsense.. Every app you said, stereo speakers, one of the best cameras in the market, best amoled screens edge to edge, everything is there.. And Mr. Apple makes you so bounded into its ecosystem and thats where they are making profits. Apple sucks.. androids are best. Especially samsung flagships S series and Note series. And i believe you haven't tried camera of Pixel. Give a try, I bet, you will throw your iphone 8 and still be paying emi's.

  2. gamingstar

    I think why he need antivirus since android is free from virus until you play something nonsence . Yea camera is OK . it is total advertisements. The ecinonimic poor country like India can't afford iPhone. So don't ruin android user exp.

  3. Akshay Raj

    I have never seen such a retarded person in terms of tech. If you don't know about stuff, don't preach things.
    Indian news channel have always manage to show their illogical and retarded thinking in past 5 years.
    Tum jaise log bolte ho morni mor k aansu chug k garbhwati hoti hai.

  4. Dharanidharan V

    The only difference is Apple is having data of premium customers and Google is having data of premium + non premium customers.. as each and every important data is stored in their respective servers..

  5. Prabhjot Singh

    Here's why Apple>>>android:(Warning=This is length)
    1. Much, much faster

    If you’re thinking of buying the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max or iPhone Xr, know that the A12 Bionic chip inside blows away anything from the Android camp. Not only did this processor pace Apple’s flagship to huge wins in synthetic benchmarks such as Geekbench 4 and 3DMark; it also ran circles around the likes of the Galaxy Note 9 and the Pixel 3 XLwhen doing things like editing 4K video and opening large files. Even the newer Galaxy S10 is more than twice as slow.(PS: I am not talking about those stupid & biased YouTube speedtests ,I am taking Raw power &Benchmarks into consideration ,which show Phone's real ability)

    This speed difference should also make playing the most intensive games, and especially enjoying demanding augmented-reality apps, a smoother experience.

    2. Better hardware and software integration

    The 3D Touch display first introduced with the iPhone 6s and featured in all but one model released since then is smart enough to sense pressure, allowing you to take quick actions from the home screen just by long-pressing on an app icon. The Portrait Mode on the iPhone 8 Plus can add sophisticated lighting effects with a tap. And the iPhone X series can scan your face to log you in, even if you grow a beard and start wearing glasses. Android phone makers are said to be two years behind Apple's Face ID.

    These are just a few of the examples of how Apple’s hardware and software designers work together to make the iPhone better than Android. And it’s no coincidence that Google recently spent over $1 billion to acquire HTC’s smartphone business. It wants to re-create that same magic by better integrating its mobile OS with its devices.

    3. Easiest phone to use

    Despite all the promises by Android phone makers to streamline their skins, the iPhone remains the easiest phone to use by far. Some may lament the lack of change in the look and feel of iOS over the years, but I consider it a plus that it works pretty much the same as it did way back in 2007. Pick it up, turn it on, touch the app to open.

    Of course, Apple has folded in enhancements over the years, such as Siri and Control Center. Yet the iPhone still has zero learning curve. With iOS 10, Apple opened Siri and iMessages to developers, and there are customizable widgets available for the Today screen. So you can't really make the argument that the iPhone is a walled garden anymore. And with iOS 12, Apple has added the ability to edit Live Photos, send payments to friends in the Messages app and organize files via a proper Files app (which is way overdue considering that Android has had files access from the start).

    4. OS updates when you want them

    This is going to hurt a little, Android fanboys. One week after launch, iOS 11 was reportedly installed on 25 percent of iOS devices, according to analytics company Mixpanel. By January 2018, iOS 11 was on 65 percent of iOS devices. Meanwhile, Android Oreo was on 0.7 percent of devices at that time

    5. The best apps first

    Now that both iOS and Android have millions of apps in their stores, the arms race is over, right? Not really. The iPhone is still favored by developers as the launch platform of choice for the hottest new apps.
    6. No bloatware!

    It's not a good sign for prospective Android phone buyers that some of the most popular articles we do are bloatware-removal guides.

    Samsung and others have gotten better at minimizing the pain for users by lumping all carrier bloatware into a single folder, but it's still just crap taking up space on your phone.

    7. Works beautifully with Macs

    If you haven't tried a Mac in a while, you might be surprised to know just how well iPhones work with them. For instance, with the Continuity feature in macOS, you can use your MacBook to send and receive text messages and even receive and place calls. All you have to do is keep your iPhone nearby.

    8. Apple Pay

    Between Android Pay and Samsung Pay, Apple has plenty of rivals, but right now, Apple Pay is the most popular method for making mobile payments. It’s also dead-simple to use. All you have to do to use Apple Pay is bring your iPhone close to the supported payment terminal at the checkout counter and then press your finger on your phone's Touch ID sensor. 

    With the iPhone X, you just double tap the Side button and then stare at your phone to use Face ID

    9. Family Sharing

    An Apple family that plays together saves together. With Family Sharing on the iPhone, Mom, Dad and the kids can share purchases from the App Store, iTunes and iBooks with up to six people. You can still keep your own iTunes accounts, too. When Junior wants to make a purchase, you receive an alert via the Ask to Buy feature, so you can keep better tabs on what he's downloading and also prevent bill shock.

    10. Best support and help

    When you have a problem with your Android phone, you can try finding a solution on online forums or calling your carrier. But with the iPhone, you can tap into a vast database of useful help articles on Apple's website, get help via live chat or schedule an appointment at an Apple Store Genius Bar.

    With the exception of the Pixel, Google doesn't have this kind of direct relationship with its customers. For other Android phones, you have to go through your carrier or the phone maker, and you won’t see the same level of service.

  6. Darshit Pandya

    You foolllll android much better than i phone! Because first i use iphone 7plus but now I am using redmi y2 much better better better then iphone. I am not fool or mantel guy to buy iphone again. Joo kam redmi ma hota hain yo zyada money waste karke iphone ko kon lee. Jo admi pagal hain or usemain uper kaa mal chalta nahi hain to vo iphone la skta hain mare pass bahut zyada money ajay tobhi main iphone nai lunga because nothing special in iphone!!and i am believe in value for money!!

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