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What Today's Android Phones Tell United states About The iPhone 7-- And iPhone 8...

Want to know what the next iPhone 7 or iPhone 8 will be like? Simple: just look at today's flagship Androids
Apple's iPhones are extremely popular. Apple sells outrageous amounts of them every quarter and has done since ... well ... since it first started offering them method back in 2007. Apple's model is basic and the iPhone is its golden goose, so the company is extremely mindful when it comes to changing things, which is why we get incremental updates between each new redesign.
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State exactly what you want about Apple, its phones, and Jony Ive, but the formula-- an extremely simple formula-- works. Apple has actually grown its phone business gradually over the past 4 years and the net result today, mainly thanks to it successfully tapping China, is a HUGE quantity of sales and an even bigger pile of profits and revenues.

Apple was first out evictions with a true, touchscreen smartphone, one that caught the general public's imagination. It was the first, yes. Google and its legion of hardware partners quickly increased to the event, pumping out a myriad of handsets. And it was Google and its hardware partners that actually pressed the innovation curve regarding phones.

Just take a look at how quick things altered between 2010 and 2015, compare the HTC Hero to the Samsung Galaxy S6 EDGE. The development has actually been remarkable. And one thing has always been perfectly clear since, well, around 2011-- Android phones have much higher specs and a lot more hardware jammed inside them.

Android constantly created ahead in front of Apple. Hell, Android even did correct multitasking prior to the iPhone.
I also discovered something else while living in the Android camp for so long…
Apple's iPhone's, almost since nearly given that launched initially introduced ALWAYS have actually constantly least one or two generations 2 current Android present. Just look at the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and how they compare to the LG G4, Samsung Galaxy S6 and LG G4. I've been using the LG G Flex 2 for the past couple of weeks, for example, and I am entirely captivated by the gadget. I LOVE the way it looks and I truly like its rounded display screen, the way it contours around my face while making calls, and how it feels in my hand when using it for things like texting and web browsing.

Part of me thinks the G Flex ought to be LG's flagship line of phones. I definitely choose the way it looks compared with the LG G3 and LG G4, despite the fact its specifications aren't quite as good. I never believed I 'd purchase into the rounded display thing, however I do actually like how LG has executed it here-- it doesn't seem like a trick as much as Samsung's EDGE series does. It really ADDS something to the experience-- and not just visually.

You can state the exact same aspect of display innovation too, or why it took Apple SO LONG to switch to ever-so-slightly larger display screen panels. Google's Android partners, especially Samsung and LG, are accountable for this shift in consumer mindset. It is because of them we have big phones with QHD panels on the front of them. They have actually changed the way we see the phone and exactly what to get out of a display screen, while Apple, a minimum of for the past few years, has actually just followed its nose, asserting it knows best, prior to ultimately-- practically as if it is under pressure-- yielding that, yes, possibly it is time to do an iPhone with a normal-sized screen.

You certainly DO NOT need QHD panels and I know a great deal of people hate 6in screens on phones. The point here is that if you desire an iPhone with good specifications, a thing we really got this year, you NEED Android brands like Samsung and LG because they're the individuals that truly drive the execution of much better hardware and specifications inside iPhones, albeit at a much later date.

I understand, I understand. Apple sells more phones. However that's not the point here; the point is much easier: without Android phones, without this type of competition, the iPhone these days would most likely feel and look more like the iPhone 4 than the iPhone 6. Simply look exactly what happened to BlackBerry phones when they had a monopoly on the mobile space prior to the arrival of Google and Apple (response: diddly squat).

Android is excellent at presenting bleeding-edge innovation, hardware, and specs to the market and making that things look like something everyone and his pet desires on their phones. Apple's simply much better at selling it in droves to customers around the world. Plus, Apple has the added advantage of controlling EVERYTHING that goes on inside its environment, including ALL financial deals.

The moral of the story here is simple: if you desire to know exactly what Apple's iPhones will be like in 2016 and 2017, just look at contemporary Android flagships today. That's what Apple's been doing these last few years which is why the iPhone 7 or iPhone 8 will probably be water and dust resistant and have 3-or-4GB of RAM and a QHD display.