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Sep 20, I have been a long-time Android user for over ten years. But I decided it was time to give the iPhone a try. Now that the 11 is out, perhaps you are wondering if you might make the switch. I had never really tried to use an iPhone, not because I hated it, or held a grudge of some sort. In truth, Android is the phone I pretty much started with at the beginning, so, like a good creature of habit, I stuck with it. As far as the world of social media - the split is pretty even.
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Apple released the public beta for iOS 14 on Thursday, and anyone can install it on their iPhone, so long as it's an iPhone 6s or newer. It's a test version of the full software that will roll out to all iPhones this fall, and it includes a lot of fun new features. There are widgets on the home screen, for example, so you can see little windows that show the weather, photos, music controls and more. And it automatically organizes all of your apps for you. Plus, Siri has a new look and doesn't take over the whole screen. I've been running the early beta on my iPhone for the past few weeks and it works pretty well. I haven't run into many problems. If you're OK with some relatively minor bugs — sometimes the weather widget doesn't load for me — or just have an old iPhone lying around and want to test out the new features to see what they're like, it's really easy to run the public beta of iOS
I figured this would be a way to put my convictions to the test. Is Android really better for me than iOS, or have I just become complacent and comfortable with Android? With this experiment, I wanted to take away the safety net. Over the course of the week, I installed third-party apps like Facebook , Starbucks, Amazon, Slack , and so on.