No I haven't been married yet, it's some money that I just have
is there anything that you want that you don't have? i know best buy has open box stuff that's discounted and so does frye's.
I've been wanting a new phone
well, if you have a steady income that's more than enough to get the best phone on the market.
Is $600 a week good?
Actually that’s technically not enough to get the best phone on the market. The current best phone is the iPhone XS Max at $1099 and its competitor the Samsung Note 10 is coming out soon and it’s going to also be $1099.
@Sofia93 that's why i asked if he had an income. most places put you on a plan and you don't have to pay full price. so he could still have a lot of pocket money or pay more towards the principal of the phone.
Not really a good idea to buy a phone prepaid.
I wouldn't say an iPhone is the best phone on the market
Mostly because you're paying over $1000 for a phone with less features
@Sofia93 what? it's not a prepaid phone. it's a normal phone. if you don't have the money to outright buy something you are put on a payment plan until you pay it off. so yes, he can get any phone that he wants. i hope that was clearer.
@sofia93 I also feel like they're just in general overated
Well, you’re basically paying $1000 for a phone with more security features in their App Store, no risk of malware or viruses. The chip in the phone (A13 Bionic) is the strongest chip out there, which makes 1 processing ram = 3 processing ram from android. iPhones can transcode video faster in our editing test, with the iPhone XS taking just 39 seconds, compared to nearly 2.5 minutes for the Galaxy S10. This speed difference also makes enjoying demanding augmented-reality apps a smoother experience. The iPhone is still favored by developers as the launch platform of choice for the hottest new apps. The Google Play store is like the Netflix of app stores; it gets the hits, but usually after they see their first run on iOS. I can go on and on.. oh and by the way they’re “overrated” for a good reason. :)
i've bought the expensive phones and they always die around the time the new ones come out. coincidence? i stopped that behavior and bought a cheap $150 phone and have never had a problem with it. it's still smart and does everything that i need it to do.
I currently have an android and I feel like its fast enough and I like having the freedom to do whatever I want with it and yes I have gotten malware but I just downloaded a malware remover app and got it removed. Also I sometimes like to listen to music while charging my phone
There’s a software explanation actually, Apple just doesn’t upgrade the interior of their new phones, updates also come along. Updates that are more suitable for their newer products because they’re more extensive (software wise) making the older models a bit slower because they can handle as much processing power as the newer models, hence why they slowly start slowing down.
They can’t handle as much processing power*
And I prefer fingerprint scanning over face id
@Asker, you shouldn’t take the IOS vs Android thing serious, don’t feel like you have some sort of loyalty to Android and hatred towards IOS, be open minded and see their qualities and flaws. But if you’re an Android guy by all means so be it 🙂, you should save up for the Note 10.
I'm only saying that because my sister has an iPhone x and i tried it out and I just couldnt get used to it
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