Why I'm Switching to iPhone 12 PRO from Android..



Why I’m Switching to iPhone 12 PRO from Android..

In this video i talk about why i switched from Android to the iPhone 12 pro.

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39 Replies to “Why I'm Switching to iPhone 12 PRO from Android..”

  1. Gavin Stuart

    Dude airdrop is good, I switched from iPhone to android and I did not realize how much I would miss airdrop.
    Were on a skydiving trip and all my mates had these sick videos and guy was editing them on his mac and pretty much everyone had iPhones got it instantly I was the one that had to wait until we got back to the hotel.

    I have heard though that android has brought out a similar tech called nearby share. I wonder how good that will be.

  2. Cris Tian

    I would love to stick to iphone (I've had 6s, 8plus and now 11 pro), but the "headphone safety" feature is just a no-go for me … It gotta dissapear, or i'm switching to Android …

  3. My.moody.photos

    My first android was also a HTC hero a brown one. I myself hated the first iPhone that came and been sticking to Android and probably went thruu like 30 phones the past 11 years. But now I'm switching to 12 pro max and mainly beacuse it works good and i love their apple watch also.
    There are some really superb androids coming out now like the xiaomi 11, oneplus 9 and Samsung 21. The only thing I would love to get on iPhone. 1 a even better screen and 120hz 2. Loose that notch in the top were the face camera is. It's horrendous 3. Some more options to customize your home screen. Besides that the 12 pro max it's a beast.

  4. Steve Clisby

    You should try Airdroid. I have iPhone pro 12 and oneplus and Airdroid is great. I'm using a 2020 iMac as well and I'm still not convinced. I may still take back the iPhone. I does look great, but try moving the icons around. Split screen multi, and no notch among so many other things and yet, I still haven't taken back the iPhone. Confused : )

  5. Kelly Jamison

    Even though im currently using an android. I will be soon switching back to ios. It is so much better. You can do more with it. The speakers are awesome when it comes to listening to music and watching movies especially with the earphones.

  6. George Varghese

    Having a bare/stock Android like Google pixel vs something like Samsung or LG is as different as ios and 'Android'. Been using the pixel 3. Got my iPhone 12 pro max just around 2 weeks back. Was hoping to be blown away after all the great reviews and hypes. But not really in terms of photos. The night mode gave me shaky portraits despite faster processing while pixel took more time processing but didn't give shaky images ( counter intuitive, I know). The photos in some dramatic lighting looks dull and drab than in real life. Dynamic range really good in low light day and backlit day time shots though. Now I have my hopes high on video. But the AIr drop thing!!! Since I have two iPad pros with me ,Man it's magic!!! As you say just streamlines the workflow like never before.

  7. Maya

    um you can just drag and drop photos from the laptop to your phone or vice versa. You have a Samsung phone it looks like so the "link to windows" should be in your notification panel. Then you have to have the "your phone" app on your pc. This is how I back up my music, etc. You're doing wayyyy too much work with the dropbox, exporting, etc. That would drive me insane lmao

  8. Chris K

    I used Android for 10 years before switching to iPhone 11 in 2020. My first Android was a Motorola Droid so I’m definitely not an Android hater who has never used an Android phone (believe me, I’ve seen it all with Android . . . rooting, custom ROMs, the emergence of different launchers, etc . . . I was around when all Android updates were named after desserts . . . I remember when HTC was a powerhouse Android phone manufacturer and everyone wanted the HTC time/weather widget).

    After using iPhone for only a few months, I can say the experience is better (for me and what I want in a phone). Again, I’m not saying Apple is better in general, I’m just saying Apple is better FOR ME. As of now, I have no interest in going back to Android. The only things I miss about Android are 1) the notifications and notification bar are handled much better 2) the always on display. Also, Android does a much better job of opening default apps if you click on something, whereas iPhone seems to default to the browser far too often for my liking (though there may be a way to change this that I don’t know about). Also the Android App Store makes it much easier to find “hidden gems” than Apple’s (though Apple’s App Store is far less cluttered, which I like)

    But these things are not a big deal and the major advantage to Android that people always talk about (customization and cool features I never used) are things I don’t miss. I essentially use my phone to access apps and customization is not a priority for me. Sure, I’d like to be able to customize my wallpaper and add a few widgets that are vital to me (such as the weather, stocks, and photo widget) but that’s all the customization I need and I can do that with my iPhone . And yes, Android phones have amazing features, but when I used Android phones, I rarely utilized them. Not to mention the fact that every Android phone I ever owned became laggy and bogged down after 1 or 2 years of ownership.

    As of now, I’m happy with iPhone, while acknowledging that Android is also awesome in its own right. I won’t go through a detailed list of all the things I love about iPhone (because there are many), but generally speaking, the fluidity and reliability of the OS (including years of updates) along with the Apple ecosystem are near the top of the list. Wow, I did not expect this post to be so long.

  9. blurred_clarity_

    I've switched to Apple also but transferring photos couldn't be easier with the Android as it's literally drag and drop. I don't know why in the world you went through dropbox when it's one of the simplest things. Air Drop is amazing though. I do miss some of the customization of Android but over time I am sure I will be fine.

  10. Mary Saotome

    Switching to iphone cause of the android community they're just so toxic and thinking that i have the same phone as them just bothers me my reason is kinda weird but ngi my family members uses ios anyway so they can add me to their imessage group chat

  11. bojan radovanovic

    1. You could start with saying how deep you are into Apple's world…
    2. You are long time iOS user
    3. You are rich enough (swedish) to buy all that needs to be paid at Apple and can be get for free at android

  12. A B I N L A L

    Being in ios is like living in north Korea (everything thing is decided by government lot of restrictions ie Ios echo system) Android is like living in India ( Democracy , We can live as we want) .
    Y are you uploading photos using a phone while instagram is available in web itself it would be more accurate . And samsung is one of the main dealer providing display to apple . If you want a better camera phone go with apple, but if you want to break restrictions andorid is your way

  13. J. H.

    I can see from your video that you have "vivid" colour profile. This will give a pop to all colours. If you were "toning" your pictures down to make them appear better on other phones, it's no surprise they looked worse. You should have just used the "natural" profile and then make any edits if necessary.

  14. Steve Jhonson

    I’m considering switching to iOS because I tried android Tablets for years and they just don’t work very good (their apps aren’t optimized). I recently got an iPad Pro and I loved it. And because it worked better in the Apple ecosystem I’m willing to change my Galaxy S9 for the iPhone 12 or 12 pro.

  15. Vic Ramkumar

    The only reason I'd choose an iPhone is for the social media optimization. Otherwise functionalities of an Android phone is way better than the iPhone.

  16. Tim

    One of the most important reasons why ios is (fluid) & (smooth) is the number of devices that runs iOS compared to android, absolutely common sense, the amount of android phones released every year is crazy, with ios the thing is (quality over quantity).

  17. Alexander Ardenski

    Guys, if you are wondering which to buy, take my advise and buy the 12 pro max. It is better in every way for a minimal price increase. I ordered the 12 pro but nor the screen or the battery were sufficient for my needs. I returned it and got the Pro max and I can tell you the difference is HUGE! the Pro max is perfect!

  18. Nicole Lea

    Great video! I also have the Samsung Galaxy S10, but I just ordered the iPhone 12 Pro Max and hope to have it within the next week or so. I also have an iPad Pro 2020, so my experience with it has really been the catalyst in my switch to Apple/ios. You were smack on about not needing the bells and whistles of all that you can do on Android, but I am also sick of Google's creepy stalking and data harvesting, which is an exploitation of their users.

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