Android vs iPhone - Which is ACTUALLY Better? (ft MKBHD)

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  • Mrwhosetheboss
    Mrwhosetheboss  3 महीने पहले +3986

    Controversial Topic I know, what's your take? 😂
    To check out my Best Phones of 2022: inclips.net/video/0i4z5tqRzPg/वीडियो.html

    • Astro Boy
      Astro Boy 12 दिन पहले

      U ok your simping for apple. :/

    • Memedew
      Memedew 23 दिन पहले

      E

    • RDX AHMAD YT
      RDX AHMAD YT महीने पहले

      please gifted me one phone

    • DevDiv
      DevDiv महीने पहले

      @mrwhosetheboss i know that is not MKBHD that held the phone in the thumbnail of this video

    • First Prototype
      First Prototype महीने पहले

      I ❤ the iPhone but i always chose a android because of the user interface, you can heave a expensive beautiful object for 5 years but you can't do really nothing with it or you can heave 4 years of great memories that you can share it with family and friends, Samsung ultra is the best all rounder ever nothing can came close to it !

  • Cameron Davis
    Cameron Davis 3 महीने पहले +26408

    I think usb-c is another huge win for Android. being able to charge everything from laptop to phone to speaker with the same cable is game changing

    • Maxi
      Maxi 12 दिन पहले

      @ben west well you can buy one 2023 then, cause then its mandated in the EU, so they have to bring it

    • life of lion
      life of lion 28 दिन पहले

      yes

    • Yes
      Yes महीने पहले

      @Mike Hudson we do

    • devyani singh
      devyani singh महीने पहले

      Even if they introduce usb-c they make some sort of"nuance" customer (forced) will have to buy apple manufactured usb-c cable 🤷

    • Hayden Apps
      Hayden Apps महीने पहले

      ye but usbc breaks way easier than any lightning cable

  • LAURA-ANN CHARLOT
    LAURA-ANN CHARLOT 2 दिन पहले +1

    For me it all comes down to a few key features and must-haves, the most important one being support for the user to expand the internal storage with a microSD card. Any phone that doesn't have this isn't even on my list of phones under consideration. #2, it has to have a 3.5mm audio jack. #4, a user replaceable battery (I'm not sure if ANY new model phones have this anymore, sadly). #5, Micro-USB-C charging port, so that if I need to buy a replacement for a lost or damaged charging cord, they're widely available. I also prefer the phone to be capable of "user recovery" in the event that it becomes stuck in a boot loop somehow; this means, the user should be able to flash the original operating system back into the system partitions at home if the phone gets bricked. All of the above mostly is the territory of Android phones, of course. With some Android phones, after you Root the phone, you can change the OS completely, if you don't like the OEM firmware, and get rid of all the bloatware that came with it from the manufacturer, and that's not even a remote dream for I-phones.

  • Boxbird572
    Boxbird572 28 दिन पहले +170

    I think both operating systems have a lot of great things going for them. I think we’re at a stage where it is quite hard to put these two systems side by side and ultimately say that one is better, and it is more so a question about what the user is looking for.
    I think the general consensus is it boils down to whether the user wants unparalleled reliability and ease of use versus flexibility and being completely in control of the phone. Apple products are a great choice if you just want everything to work reliably while putting in minimal effort, while android caters for those who are willing to put in a bit of extra work to push their phones to their true potential.

    • Mackieinc 89
      Mackieinc 89 दिन पहले +1

      Extremely well put

    • RIMON DAS
      RIMON DAS 2 दिन पहले +1

      @BeatBall Android is lot better and I can do what the hell I want like completely de googled the phone

    • Felipe F
      Felipe F 2 दिन पहले +1

      Very well said sir.

    • Aznxsolo
      Aznxsolo 15 दिन पहले +2

      For a phone in first place im using it with one hand most of the time all time and everywhere so it has to be simple, fast, reliable, responsive, that’s why im using iPhones since 2009. But boy do I hate macs. On a laptop or desktop, i will be using both hands on keyboard and mouse setting on a chair, so I need to be in control and I like flexibility thats why im using windows forever. I will never buy a Mac.

    • BeatBall
      BeatBall 24 दिन पहले +7

      Thank you, But despite all what you said
      Some people gonna come comment saying how Android is a lot better and brag or sm shiz

  • Erik Alvarez
    Erik Alvarez महीने पहले +129

    I have been an Android user for 10 plus years and especially with Samsung devices the OS system has drastically improved. I went from a Galaxy s10e to the s22 ultra when it came out and it seems like it took a few updates to really get the full potential from the new chip. I would get the occasional hiccups but I might be able to reason that the covid pandemic kind of slow development down just like it has with a lot of other things but other than that seems like my phone is getting better and better with each monthly update.

    • Apurbo Zaman
      Apurbo Zaman 8 दिन पहले

      @Cal. yo did you buy the iphone 13 or 14

    • TheMultipass
      TheMultipass 16 दिन पहले

      Yea I've been a lifelong Samsung user (since my first smartphone, I mean) and I've been curious about trying iphone but... I'm so into their ecosystem at this point I'm concerned switching to Apple will be too annoying to want to deal with

    • Aster
      Aster 20 दिन पहले

      @Erik Alvarez Omg I never knew they did one that colour, kinda cool

    • Erik Alvarez
      Erik Alvarez 20 दिन पहले +1

      @Aster no way? Mine is like Ultra salmon but luckily I haven't lost it yet because it's so bright

    • Aster
      Aster 20 दिन पहले

      @Erik Alvarez oh in my country it's called "Maroon" not red

  • M Games
    M Games 2 दिन पहले +1

    Im not gonna lie, I love iPhones and will always choose them because they got me hooked ever since I was a kid. Usually kids grow into adulthood carrying on brand loyalty so they definitely got my loyalty. I also just love the Apple ecosystem so much and can't see myself switching to an android where it's an entirely different world and community. I will forever be what people call an "apple sheep" 😂

  • Pranay Saraf
    Pranay Saraf 3 महीने पहले +1480

    The fun part is, apple was given a 3/10 for repairablity and the forces it’s users to pay 60% of the cost of the product to repair basic parts that could have been easily fixed for fraction of the cost. The only reason it won the that category was because of its insane ability to market itself out of all its problems

    • al
      al 4 दिन पहले

      where did it get given a 3/10? sure, it's three months later - but the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus have both been given a 7/10 from iFixit and they've heavily praised the redesign for it's repairability, the only concern being that some modules are locked like Face ID and the back cameras if they aren't reprogrammed or replaced by certified technicians. unlike other companies, Apple don't use glues and soder components in their phones. Repairability is more of an issue with their watches and macs tbh, the iPhone and iPad have been decently repairable for a while now.

    • celhpwns
      celhpwns 2 महीने पहले

      @J J lol

    • celhpwns
      celhpwns 2 महीने पहले

      @J J sure thing Mr billionaire

    • J J
      J J 2 महीने पहले

      @celhpwns You probably represent not even 5% of global market demand with the technical /customization requirements you’re complaining about and you don’t even seem to recognize that - and that is why you don’t run billon dollar smartphone business empire.

    • J J
      J J 2 महीने पहले

      There are 3rd party repair shops that work apple and are cheap.

  • José Ricardo Campos Mora
    José Ricardo Campos Mora महीने पहले +45

    When I switched from the iPhone 7 to the Galaxy S lineup. My primary reason was the flexibility of the software but in particular the way it handled files of multiple types, it’s so practical to do things on Android that if you had an iPhone would be a hassle to do them and would make you want a Laptop or desktop for. That being said, I still own an iPad that I use a lot, and wouldn’t exchange for any other tablet.

    • Justin109MWC
      Justin109MWC 7 दिन पहले

      This is EXACTLY me. I thing the iPad is the perfection of a tablet experience and triumphs anything else out there. Meanwhile the galaxy phone Android experience is better imo to iOS.

    • Taiwo Richard Ogundipe
      Taiwo Richard Ogundipe 14 दिन पहले +1

      You are right....👍

  • RogueXRS
    RogueXRS 22 दिन पहले +22

    The main thing I didn't like on the iPhone 13's was that the base and mini did not have 120hz or even 90hz refresh rate screens, as that's really important to me. I am a bit disappointed that the 14 and 14 Plus don't have it as well, but hopefully the 15's and 16's will have it on the base/plus/mini model (I will probably never get a Pro Max or a Pro ((maybe)) because they are extremely expensive)

  • Ramesh G
    Ramesh G 24 दिन पहले +5

    I always like the Samung One UI when compared to IOS. But love the silky smooth native apps that specifically made for iphone, apart from that some apps wont work as it works in android. I love the bixby routine , secure folder , split screen , Dex . dex always helps me when I travel and need not carry a laptop with me. This is one of the greates features of Samsung. this is a great video. but rating would have been balanced.

  • chalion
    chalion महीने पहले +3

    For myself, it really boils down to needs vs wants. What phone has the most or above average options I can use, works with what I need it to and HOW it does that. Myself, I can get past charging cable issues/wireless charging vs the time it takes to charge and discharge that battery.
    My choices work for me, so..............
    But seeing the differences of android phones (AND different android model choices) vs what an iPhone offers.............................

  • Ash
    Ash 3 महीने पहले +779

    My take to this is-
    In US the best phone is iOS just because everyone uses it. So that's why MKBHD's opinion was more based on that.
    However outside US markets, Android has the main market. So it's not a minority in many of the categories.

    • sne sindi
      sne sindi 3 घंटे पहले

      @Mrwhosetheboss Marques is super biased towards ios. When a point goes to Android for being better on something you then talk about how Apple is also improving on it, what is that?!. Just let Android take the win. Also with customisation Android absolutely gives Apple a whopping on that that's not up for discussion. Comparisons are about whose already better or who's the boss and Android in most things has always been ahead of Apple, except for cameras.

    • sdtok
      sdtok 12 दिन पहले

      @Super Mega PowerG I am running a Samsung S7 of 6 years old. It has become laggy only this last year.

    • Taz D
      Taz D 15 दिन पहले

      @Kafui. xx I had the s22 ultra. That piece of garbage lagged constantly. jittered on every game played....even the less resource required games it lagged horribly, so I know exactly where they're coming from with that, but that's due to the software not being optimized for the hardware, which is what Iphones are known for.

    • Taz D
      Taz D 15 दिन पहले

      @Vk_18 editz unofficial as a fan of both pIatforms and being non-biased, I can honestly say that is inaccurate. in terms of software since you brought up "ios", no.... IOS is much better and optimized than Android is. Also "more better" just makes you sound, no offense, illiterate...."much better" is what you mean.

    • Peak
      Peak 26 दिन पहले

      best phone because everyone uses it?! How that's a reason for being the best?

  • Suleman Nasir
    Suleman Nasir महीने पहले +3

    I would have appreciated the app comparison, i like books app on IOS, but i love the personalization options on Android. The reasons i want to move to iOS is the years of upgrade time and iBooks. Honestly, i still can't decide.

  • BottleNeck Gaming
    BottleNeck Gaming महीने पहले +5

    I absolutely love watching you guys converse about technology. Great video!

  • NochSoEinKaddiFan
    NochSoEinKaddiFan महीने पहले +6

    Many things that get attributet to the iPhones great software are actually reflected in Android Apps like Spotify. The features are out there, if your app supports it and you are free to choose your apps on Android, unlike Apple which first and foremost locks you into their system.

  • Guy Buddy
    Guy Buddy 2 दिन पहले

    Also, a big category you guys didn't mention is repair ability. With apple they are a lot like tesla, they don't want you messing around with their "proprietary" hardware. Also cost of repair ability is wayy off. The back glass on an iPhone is absolutely insane let alone the front glass. They literally make it to where it almost always makes more sense to get a new phone. Android is not that way. I'll always hate Apple just because the fact they refused to unlock a freaking terrorists phone for the government! Like wtf is that?!? Regardless of the phone or other products, Apple is a greedy, shady, and over all, a crappy company and I refuse to support them.

  • Hyp3r
    Hyp3r 3 महीने पहले +2092

    Great colab and I really liked the video! However there is one thing I gotta say. During the eco conscious category one thing you skipped over was repairability. That is arguably the most important part of an eco phone and android is a clear winner there with apple doing things like software locking parts etc.

    • Hyp3r
      Hyp3r 2 महीने पहले

      @Angelo Pe Benito they get more updates yes. But the hardware on iPhones break around the same time as androids possibly sooner

    • Angelo Pe Benito
      Angelo Pe Benito 2 महीने पहले

      Truth but you could also argue iPhones tend to last longer on average.

    • Video Fiend
      Video Fiend 3 महीने पहले

      @Harrison J-R I do not understand?

    • Video Fiend
      Video Fiend 3 महीने पहले

      @brochard true

    • Video Fiend
      Video Fiend 3 महीने पहले

      yes apple purposilly makes phones harder to repair or replace and I all ways have to pay hundreds of dollars to get them fixed.

  • TToTT
    TToTT महीने पहले +13

    As someone who has both. I prefer my android due to how much more freedom I have on it. Extra features are completely locked unless it's on the appstore or have access to a testflight group. As someone who also develops apps for both phones, iOS is such a pain to develop for and requires a mac for xcode, while android can freely be developed by any computer OS. The only advantage that affects me with an iphone, is it's true depth camera. Allowing pretty good facial motion capture for prototyping and small projects.
    Also apple really need to get rid of their cables and go for usb C.

  • Jasim Chaudhuri
    Jasim Chaudhuri महीने पहले +5

    There are some other features available in android like the fingerprint scanner which is very useful at least for me. The availability of certain apps in play store which are not present in the other side. I think for me right now android is better pick.

  • Ryan
    Ryan 2 दिन पहले +1

    Android as a platform has always looked cheap to me. No matter how good the phone is, the branding of Android lacks that premium touch which Apple are so good at. I think a huge part of this is the Android logo and mascot. That green alien is terrible.

  • Shivam Thombare
    Shivam Thombare 2 दिन पहले

    I love these videos where both legends come together!

  • Alekss Levsunovs
    Alekss Levsunovs 3 महीने पहले +358

    Apple claims to be more eco-friendly, but reparability is a real factor there. You can repair most Andriod phones more easily and cheaper than any IOS device. The longer update support and recycled materials are also an important factor though. Would have been good to see reparability as a separate topic perhaps, just to emphasize that you can actually fix your phones and don't need to toss them as soon as a single component breaks down (or pay someone else to repair it).

    • Bismay Parida
      Bismay Parida 2 महीने पहले

      @Pratyush Agarwal 12 pro max user here... He's right? Even the local shops charge higher amounts for the gadgets & repair ment. It doesn't happens in the most cases of Android phones

    • sean hannah
      sean hannah 3 महीने पहले

      Apple vs Android or Apple vs Samsung. It's like using Microsoft in Dell vs Compaq when it comes to Android.

    • Astha Shah
      Astha Shah 3 महीने पहले

      @puyo that depends on how the old user has used the phone also if that person used it with care those shouldn't be the problems

    • YT Channel
      YT Channel 3 महीने पहले +1

      Reliability IS the REAL FACTOR!! So Apple really wins! Their phones last longer than Android.

    • Imanol Vega Parra
      Imanol Vega Parra 3 महीने पहले +2

      iPhones rarely break my mom is still rocking an iphone 4, on my side, never had an android phone with that kind of durability

  • Anitesh Shukla
    Anitesh Shukla 23 घंटे पहले

    MKBHD is so true when talking about the vibration motor on s22 ultra, even I have observed this and miss calls in that.

  • Charith Hettiarachchi
    Charith Hettiarachchi 21 दिन पहले +6

    Great video Arun! But I just wanted to point out that comparing iPhone vs the whole Android smartphone market is kind of unfair. Since “Android” is just an OS that all of these use to run.

    • InfernoVortex
      InfernoVortex 16 दिन पहले

      Yeah, if you're comparing you should take the outliers for each price point of iphone and then compare. Just doing a general comparison isn't really fair. Because if you really want you could take the best androids in each of their fields and compare it to certain parts of an iphone.

  • Jon Rend
    Jon Rend महीने पहले +36

    Been using Android for 6 months for the first time ever. I find the user open customisation and experience better than propriety IOS.

    • Lan Si
      Lan Si 14 दिन पहले +1

      What are you talking about? Even low end android phone can run app smoothly.

    • Jon Rend
      Jon Rend 20 दिन पहले +1

      @rx10 No my wife has an up to date IOS/Phone.

    • rx10
      rx10 20 दिन पहले

      @Jon Rend yeah, it's pointless to everyone else since you're using old software, maybe in 2015 your opinion would have any relevance....

    • Jon Rend
      Jon Rend 20 दिन पहले +1

      @rx10 its my opinion after years of using IOS. I was specifically making my own experience of the Operating Systems and customizations...

  • White Shadow
    White Shadow महीने पहले +44

    Andriod has alot of features that you might not use everyday but when you need it they are always there whereas with iphone you basically just can't do what you want. I was on the fence of switching to iphone but when I learned more about ios I think I'm good with my andriod device. The splitscreen feature is useful to me I can basically have anything playing on youtuber while using maps(I used to listen to lectures while driving which is a game changer specially when you're short on time) whereas with iphone I can't do that. Also, MKBHD is using an andriod phone while complementing iphone which just goes to what they actually prefer to use even tho they have multiple options to choose from.

    • noel sirrom
      noel sirrom 16 दिन पहले +1

      I feel like he us paid to be biased?

    • Christopher Perry
      Christopher Perry 20 दिन पहले

      That’s not true. You may not have full 50/50 splitscreen on iOS but you do have a little screen that still plays videos from INclips or wherever when you exit the app and use another. I use maps and play INclips videos all the time in the background while I’m driving

  • Jason
    Jason 3 महीने पहले +2544

    Android to me just offers so many more options and customization. Also love that I can stick my sd card in and instantly quadruple my phones storage.

    • double8
      double8 28 दिन पहले

      @Black Lyfe cool.. do research on the cloud storage. If you don't mind paying the subscription, get one. If most of big tech companies focus on cloud storage, then most probably, there are way more advantages, more features or services available through the cloud storage. sssst.. FYI, in case if you don't know, this INclips thing is actually collection of videos on the cloud storage. :) I don't think MKBHD releases his videos and sell them in microSD card.

    • double8
      double8 28 दिन पहले

      @L A i guess I'm lucky enough to live in a place where my wifi & internet connection works 99.9%. WiFi works all the time and 5G network on my phone works really well, and fast enough as my backup Internet connection for my computer. I do really understand that there are some places where the mobile network is so slow and internet hotspot is not reliable. I've experienced that situation before. However, keep in mind that technology always evolve. The tech companies will always move forward.
      Computer and phone technology evolves, both in hardware and software. Plus internet connection getting faster and more reliable now. Back then, the 2G network was Huge. Now, we're getting ready for a faster 5G or even 6G network.
      From what I can see, some technology solution will only last for a certain time only. For example, back then, the 3.5" floppy disk was huge. You can fit an Operating system in it. Have you use the 3.5" floppy disk? or maybe do you still use the 1.44" floppy disk? It was huge back then. But now, you only can find the 3.5" floppy disk in a museum.
      Back then, we can borrow or get VHS tape for movies, then it is replaced with a Laser Discs, then DVDs. Maybe some countries still use DVDs. But the Videos goes online nowadays. for example, INclips. If you can access INclips, I guess either your mobile phone network or your home wifi is considered fast enough to transfer data files through the internet.
      Same case with the mobile phones. Yes, iPhone doesn't have microSD and its storage space is not expandable because it has it's own workflow or way to do things. Most probably it's not suitable for you. By all means, either iPhone or Android, they're only tools for us to use.
      FYI, moving data files or photos between Apple devices (iPhone to macs or iPads) now is much easier. We do use AirDrop, which is a peer-to-peer connection with a combination of bluetooth and WiFi that allow devices to transfer data. This doesn't relying on any WiFi network or hotspot at all. It's very reliable and works very fast. and this technology is coming soon to Android too. just FYI.
      now.. Moving data through the cloud is super easy, even though its not free. all you need is to install the cloud application on your devices and work on your cloud data. that's it.
      advantages of cloud storage: reliable server, we don't need to worry if the data will gone missing or not, automatically sync between devices. If my Mac or iPhone is broken, I don't have to worry too much because my data is all on the cloud. Get a replacement Mac or iPhone, sign in to the cloud, and data will automatically sync back to my device.
      On the other hand, what happen if your microSD card gone missing or faulty? have you backup your data? What happen if you need more space on your microSD card? get more microSD card? get a collection of microSD card?
      It's not about iPhone has taken that choice away. So far, Apple has taken away some features because of they have a long plan ahead, based on their visions. Sooner or later, there will be less and less Android devices with a micro SD card because those phone companies are moving forward to a better technology with better services, which right now, everything goes to the Cloud slowly. including videos or movies like INclips, NetFlix, etc. Even the world goes to the cloud soon. Have you heard about metaverse?
      So, what should we do if they move forward to a better technology? run a protest on the street or internet to tell them to keep using older or current technology for a longer time? or should we try to understand what is the advantages of those new technologies? Why big companies invest tons of money for Cloud storage? and research on how to get a reliable internet connections? If you think you still cant get a reliable internet connection, or cloud storage is too expensive, 1001 other reasons, by all means, keep using your current system. I think we can only use a certain technology in the right time depending on the circumstances around us.
      You still have a choice.. to use phones with microSD card. I guess we have different point of view. What matter most is, we have to respect other's opinion. :) Keep in mind that your microSD card collections will end up like Floppy disks or CDs.

    • L A
      L A महीने पहले

      @double8IPHONE has taken that choice away from its users dude 😀
      So you've even forgotten you have a choice, how you want to MOVE your data files 😂😂😂😂
      what if internet access is an issue 🤣😂means if you go anywhere with even a little internet challenge you're HOPELESS
      That's why only iphone is still there WITH JUST CLOUD STORAGE, it's never been the only option
      it's a choice for the buyers NOT the makers ✌️✌️✌️

    • L A
      L A महीने पहले

      ✌️✅

  • Chaise Williams
    Chaise Williams 18 दिन पहले

    As of 2022 phones have reached a level of only a few features upgrade every year and both sides are neck and neck on comparison just a few differences. So it really boils down to which user interface and operating system you prefer. In my opinion of course

  • Twill Ongenbone
    Twill Ongenbone महीने पहले +17

    Software interaction is everything. From hardware standpoint there is so much sameness across all phones and even grades of phones now. It's tough to find the real diffs between mid-level and true flagships. Hair-splitting. But the UI diffs between Android and IOS couldn't be greater. I have given IOS a real, , leaned-in, honest try a few times now and each time I just couldn't get back out of it fast enough. Just so clunky against the Android ecosystem. Android is just so intuitive. So make-sense. And then add the unfettered customizability in Android. The simple eyebrow menu detail. Android is both more simple and offers more complexity at same time - more fluid use while also giving so much expandability. I do wish there was an iMessage equivalent in the Android/Google world. I can't send the huge videos over SMS. There are IOS features I wish were available in Android, but overall the Android ecosystem is just so much more and unrestricted. I have never had an issue with Android phone. Any of the 20 different models I've owned. Samsung 22+ is just flawless. I can't imagine needing another phone.

  • misterX misterY
    misterX misterY 3 दिन पहले

    I'm surprised the most important part about value was left out, iPhones second hand market kills Android phones. People are willing to pay much higher markup for a good condition Iphone 13 Pro in the future than S21 Ultra

  • Peter Odero
    Peter Odero 16 दिन पहले +4

    I would honestly say this video was wholly BIASED, and you can see it several times when Arun reacts with a bewildered face to the things Marques says. Marques was really reaching on some things, like the flat shape of an iphone, or the software, knowing Android is vastly more flexible with root capability. Praising things like facetime as if Android doesn't have more than one way to video chat. They gave draws to things android won easily hands down. I would say they're closer to tied as competitors. Not knocking either one, but the bias was egregiously bad on Marques's part here. The vast landslide in points that he painted iPhone as having simply does not exist at all. How is iPhone eco friendly when they lobby to block all legislation for Right to Repair? Undeniably laughable. They really didn't think this video through. For a tech reviewer this exposed marques as completely oblivious and destroys his credibility all together.

    • CJJK
      CJJK 15 दिन पहले

      @KOZY also he says it’s minute things but they add up

    • KOZY
      KOZY 15 दिन पहले +1

      But marquees uses a android

  • Floresdorf Gaming
    Floresdorf Gaming 3 महीने पहले +4471

    In my opinion, it isn't a question of who is the best. It's about who is the best FOR YOU. For example, for companies which need everything to work seamlessly, IOS is better. But for people who want more customisation and features, Android is better. It is also a manner of preference.

    • Yhizz
      Yhizz 7 दिन पहले

      @Hi There Wym?

    • Jacopo Breda
      Jacopo Breda 12 दिन पहले

      @James Lee well with android you can just change the software so

    • DarKnightMike • 10 years ago
      DarKnightMike • 10 years ago 29 दिन पहले

      @Review Freak Imagine thinking customization is a bad thing. Only hardcore Apple fanboys would say such a thing. The look of your home screen should be up to YOU! You should be able to set a live wallpaper, use an app drawer, change your launcher, change your icons with a simple icon pack theme without having to use Siri Shortcuts, and you should be able to move your icons around wherever you want to without them being in order.
      I am currently an iPhone user, former Samsung user, but I miss being able to customize my home screen to my heart's content, and most importantly IMO, being able to change the volume separately between ringer, notifcations, and system volume. I want my ringer volume up all of the way to hear phone calls, but I don't want to hear my notifications going off super loudly or for people to hear the clicking of my keyboard loudly. It is so dumb that ringer volume controls alarm volume on iOS. 🤦‍♂ The fact you can't change many of the default apps on iOS is dumb too. I should be able to set Google Maps or Waze as my default GPS.

    • hodayfa000h
      hodayfa000h महीने पहले

      "want to work seamlessly"
      me: trying to install an app that I made for iOS and I don't have jailbreak :😭😭😭

    • BornOnTheBattleFront
      BornOnTheBattleFront महीने पहले

      @Aishik well with money, android is both the most expensive, and the cheapest option
      Tho apple does have older flagships available for purchase at lower prices
      Meaning the compete from 500$ all the way to 1200$
      But android competes from 150$ (just buy a used phone at that point geez) to 2000$
      So
      Yeah

  • William Taker
    William Taker 6 दिन पहले +2

    It's great when you guys collaborate on videos. I have used both OSs and prefer Android because I find it quite a lot more customisable in different ways. I also find the iOS settings menu to be overly complex.

  • Calum Jones
    Calum Jones महीने पहले +1

    Good video but breaking it down like this doesn't weight things in a "real world usage" way. You have to actually play with both. I use the Samsung mobiles, and on iPhone, while using it there are just small little things about iOS that really annoys me, which are never going to make it onto a rating chart. Little things like copy pasting ease etc (feels snappier on Android I think), just stack up.
    For tablets, Apple is leagues ahead in terms of how they feel to use. LEAGUES. The Galaxy tablets feel awful to use.
    However, the Android PHONES seem to feel better while performing basic computing-style tasks. The most basic functions. Back buttons, copy pasting feels easier, just tiny little things like that.

  • Glodin Gaming
    Glodin Gaming 3 दिन पहले

    One thing that was missing in the vid was "accessibility" like blind users or a handicaps who have shaky/ missing fingers hand using the phone. Personally I use iPhone and haven't used an andriod in a very long time but as a worker in a phone shop I have noticed that majority of the phone that's the handicap people have is an iPhone

  • 8BitTim
    8BitTim 19 दिन पहले

    Watching the video and owning a pixel I actually agree that the iPhone is the generally better phone. You can do so much with iphones now that you couldn't in the past. I'm sticking with my pixel 6 pro for a few reasons though
    I'm invested in the system and to switch would be too pricey.
    I love what makes a pixel a pixel. If iPhone had call screen you can bet I'd buy it in a heartbeat.
    iPhone 14 is probably the last iPhone to have lightning as opposed to USB c, as Europe recently made it mandatory that apple use USB c on all their devices by 2023. So there's no point in buying the 14 rn.
    Lastly I'm going to reiterate price!!!! For their top of the line phone, with accessories comes out to 2 grand!!! That's ridiculous money for a phone. They would only take 260$ off a trade in for my pixel. I'm sure I'll get a better trade value when the pixel 7 pro rolls out.
    That said my pixel overheats constantly, battery life is meh at best and I have experienced what mkbhd has talked about. Pictures RARELY might just not save. I think it's a big that has been fixed since then, I haven't experienced it at all in recent memory

  • Mrinal Ojha
    Mrinal Ojha 3 महीने पहले +888

    Love both of your guys but really felt this video was biased a bit too much on Apple's side of things -
    - a lot of Apple features that they said people can't live without are limited too US - outside of that, even iPhone users have/use a lot of other options
    - usb-c charging, plethora of phone options, UI features, right to repair and repair costs, GOOGLE PHOTOS - so many options and factors that you could have made this video on!
    Comparing the average of Android against the strengths of iPhone 13 Pro Max would ultimately result in such a lopsided score :/

    • AndroidUserAldo
      AndroidUserAldo 2 महीने पहले

      @theNimboo Bruh you and these people in the comments are even more biased and at the end of day it's their opinion and the fact that people are even arguing over how android is better than ios is more funny.

    • theNimboo
      theNimboo 2 महीने पहले

      Ya I stopped watching on the third category. Just too cringy in their blatant bias. Well, it actually felt like it was MKHD's bias, and MR whosetheboss was just too weak and buckled to his pressure each time

    • 2im
      2im 2 महीने पहले

      THIS. this video felt sponsored or something bc it was absolute bs.

    • De Chubasco
      De Chubasco 3 महीने पहले

      I am an iPhone user and I still agree that this video was too biased.

    • Mula Wizi
      Mula Wizi 3 महीने पहले

      @安彦 アビル you are right 😂😂are you an iPhone user using them too?

  • Youtube Comment
    Youtube Comment 23 दिन पहले

    Iam glad in software you talked about iphone specific features, because in hardware people compare iphone and samsung but samsung uses one ui which has some difference from stock android and different manufacturers make different changes

  • Lapis Wolf
    Lapis Wolf 16 दिन पहले

    I think Apple's claims of being eco friendly are balanced out by me blatant planned obsolescence, trying their hardest to make sure old devices and parts that still work are disposed of, as well as things like removing features and accessories that require more shipping and packaging to be used in order to make the devices usable. Not to mention forcing people to buy new devices and throw away expensive devices that can easily and cheaply fixed.

  • Anony Mouse
    Anony Mouse 9 घंटे पहले

    Having just smashed my third Samsung screen on the edge and totalled it and never had a smashed screen with the years of owning an iPhone I am beginning to think Samsung screens are not for me. And I loved my Note 9 and 10 plus 5g 512gb over anything iphone could produce.

  • Fearthebirds
    Fearthebirds महीने पहले +3

    So through my experience, iPhone has had a bit more stability and better performance. However android has better flexibility, help of the community, and a lot more phone choices for the particular user. And I've also seen apple hoard money

  • Chance White
    Chance White 3 महीने पहले +852

    I've had Androids most of my adult life, so a few months ago I decided to take the IPhone 13 Pro Max for a spin, and I have two good things to say about it - the battery life was phenomenal, and I loved the solid build, but that was all I liked. I lasted a week, but returned it in favor of my S22 Ultra. I just need to be able to customize my phone and I rely on its ease of use features like single gesture closing of multiple open apps. Apple does what they do very well, and their devices are well built, but if you want greater control of your device, IPhone isn't a good choice.

    • Kaye Ang
      Kaye Ang 2 महीने पहले

      @Adam Dhammes just say that ur an old boomer 😅 don't need to write so long , we get it

    • Adam Dhammes
      Adam Dhammes 2 महीने पहले

      @Junior you're wrong

    • Adam Dhammes
      Adam Dhammes 2 महीने पहले

      Just say you don't know how to use an iphone for me iphone is the simplest device to use I have enjoyed it more than android everything is straight forward for me I don't need a crazy widget or color everything is simple and cool

    • Kaye Ang
      Kaye Ang 2 महीने पहले

      @TEJ bruh this video was so biased, hurts the soul, almost gave draw on value to money smh 😅

    • Jason Everly
      Jason Everly 2 महीने पहले

      @Junior Excellent way to phrase the experience. I might steal that...:)

  • doctajuice
    doctajuice 20 दिन पहले +3

    i've always been anti-apple simply because they've refused ieee standards. i know we've been through a bunch of them over the years but still, could have supported mini-b and micro-b and c, but still just nahhhh despite the fact that there are so many hundreds of other devices that use these standards. also it's cool to see that apple is adding more customization because that was the other thing that always kept me on android. i want my desktop set up a very particular way and apple didn't allow that for the first 15 years of their product line, so at this point sorry i'm not switching 🤣🤣🤣

    • doctajuice
      doctajuice 11 दिन पहले

      @sdtok I definitely agree that micro b was pretty trash

    • sdtok
      sdtok 12 दिन पहले +1

      I am an android user and fan, but micro usb is one of the worst cables in terms of reliability. Those things break all the time. At the time the lightning cables from Apple were vastly superior. Now with usb c its a different story.

  • Santhosh Reddy
    Santhosh Reddy 2 दिन पहले

    For all those people who prefer iOS,it's quite difficult for Google drive to get to work on iphone and sync it just sucks, they only want you to use apple drive with 5 gb 🤷🏻‍♂️

  • Johannes Carlsson
    Johannes Carlsson 5 दिन पहले

    Every time Apple wins in such comparisons I always hear “well it is objective to the buyer in the end” what? No?
    Apple makes such great products due to their ability to make both hardware and software. Prove me wrong!

  • John Frame
    John Frame महीने पहले +3

    Interesting the way you chose to weight each of the categories. So many cases I disagree. Every year I try to go back to iPhone but end up returning it. I want to love it but…

  • Sassy Shelly
    Sassy Shelly 3 महीने पहले +904

    It's interesting to hear that other people don't use the split screen feature on the Galaxy phones. I use it so often that when I tried to buy the iPhone 13 last year I had it for like a month and ended up returning it because I missed that so much. I didn't realize until then how important that was to me lol

    • Ranger 18
      Ranger 18 17 दिन पहले +1

      I use it too. Split screen is my everyday feature

    • Samer Timan
      Samer Timan 3 महीने पहले

      @MrPetabyte i open you tube and browse google or whatpp or what ever i dont like to discontinue what im watchin5

    • Junoman87 _
      Junoman87 _ 3 महीने पहले

      @YTIs FullOfFreaks then oblivious it isn't for you, glad they made that features for people who actually knows how to use it

    • Junoman87 _
      Junoman87 _ 3 महीने पहले

      @Average Sensei SAME!!!

    • Junoman87 _
      Junoman87 _ 3 महीने पहले

      @DrDripRansom he's definitely a liar, I'm not a hardcore user but I use multitasking and DeX multiple of times, it is a very useful things to use

  • Matt DeKok
    Matt DeKok दिन पहले

    There are a couple of things on Android I don't think I could give up. USB-C and Tasker. I refuse to switch to iPhone until it at least has USB-C. I don't want to have to buy 3-4 new cables dedicated to only one device.

  • Sergey MATPOC
    Sergey MATPOC दिन पहले

    what can I tell? I own S22 Ultra and bought the same for my wife. I use 10x zoom A LOT, even shooting video, not only for photos. So that's not a "gimmick" that's a very useful and cool feature, for example in case if you didn't have enough time to open camera in some particular mode, but object is moving away (like, any object - plane, bird, car, ship, somebody... Doesn't matter at all). And if you have that ability, and found good use of it - your shooting experience won't be the same just from day one.
    Second killer feature is DeX. For me DeX replaced my laptop. Only one thing that Android won't be able to do (and there are workarounds) - building home lab in virtualized environment. But, obviously, if you can ssh/rdp to your server working somewhere else (in the closet?) - no problem at all.
    Who could provide same experience as DeX? Partially - Sony. Maybe Motorola. And... That's it? )
    And from that perspective - IOS is years past Android. Real multi-app operating system with 2-3-4 apps running simultaneously (in separate windows), even games - no problem, tested.
    But I do understand that all these features (+stylus) are productivity features. Sure, iPhone could be better suited for content consumption (some "simple" content, you can't use multi-screen functionality to learn something on one part of screen, and make notes on another). But if you do understand that all that "consumption" isn't something useful and helpful - you need something more expandable (by external I/O like kvm, audio input/output) and flexible for wider use case range.

  • M
    M महीने पहले

    The biggest thing for me, in terms of apple features. Is the mail forwarding. Where I don’t have to give companies my real email. Plus the biggest thing also is the one time password coming up on top of the keyboard. That’s unbeatable for me.

  • Laverle Dugger
    Laverle Dugger महीने पहले +1

    I started out with the original iPhone loved it went up to the iPhone 4s then went to android until last year when I went back to iPhone for me the iPhone feels way more premium then android and overall I like it better….if you into a bunch of things you’re not going to use then yes android has all that but for me I’m sticking with iPhone

  • Asad Farraj
    Asad Farraj 3 महीने पहले +2288

    A negative point on the eco-friendliness of Apple is that they are strongly anti-repair. They make it near impossible to repair, even with the Apple care program. It's just to silence the Right to Repair movement.
    Edit: By the Apple care I meant that Self repair service they launched. I'm talking about that. You don't need to remind me on every one of the 50 comments.

    • Green King
      Green King महीने पहले

      @Jamming Which is absolutely and completely worthless of a program. Check out Louis rossman who is an authority on it.

    • Name 11
      Name 11 महीने पहले

      @Joshua Morren you have never even had an android phone though, so who are you to judge?

    • Παναγιώτης Θ
      Παναγιώτης Θ 3 महीने पहले

      @Jamming you "have"* the right to repair it. They don't tell you to dump the old one and buy a new one if a part fails, but you can't just go to a local phone repair store and have it ready in two days like you can do with most Android phones. Instead you have to go to official apple store and have it repaired there. They do this to create a monopoly and close all the small stores that are everywhere. Now imagine that the closest apple store is 2 hours drive away, is that eco-friendly or convenient as they advertise? Of course not, it's just a hassle to go repair an iphone. And there are countries that don't even have these stores at all so if the iphone fails, you have no option but to throw it away. Do you really have the right to repair it?

    • Chinmay Choudhary
      Chinmay Choudhary 3 महीने पहले

      @Rive Been using a budget samsung j series phone for 5 years now buddy :)

  • Paulo Rojas
    Paulo Rojas 6 दिन पहले +1

    It's curious you compare them as Android vs iPhone instead Android vs iOS. Gives the impression that you see iPhone as the whole experience and Android as just a software. But not iOS as a limited software and (input brand with Android) as an experience.

  • Mohammad Nurul Absar
    Mohammad Nurul Absar महीने पहले

    I appreciate the iPhone, but I honestly stay on Android for so long because it's definitely more affordable. Phones can be cheaper, repairs are cheap as well, spare parts aren't that expensive. I think taking into account also Play store vs App store, since App store stuff is generally more expensive is a thing.
    ALSO. Very important is compatibility - people with an Apple setup can be more comfortable with an iPhone, but PC users.. can't really use all the perks of iPhones unless they get such a setup. Which is.. much more costly.
    So yeah, I think those are aspects that didn't get touched on much.

  • Jacob Kiter
    Jacob Kiter महीने पहले +4

    Here's a hot take, yes iphone is great in respects of it being its own eco system and self sufficient and reliable. But Android is actually better for most end users with ease of use, being customizable, and having better update support and beta support.

  • Joey Sylvester
    Joey Sylvester महीने पहले +10

    This felt so blatantly bias at times, I almost felt like it was paid for. A draw on features 🤣 half the time they awarded a point before Arun even commented on a topic. Even after their discussion on cameras they're each saying they're in completely different camps and Arun still thinks android is the outright winner, but it's not a tie?

  • ONhistoryplus
    ONhistoryplus 3 महीने पहले +4066

    I'm surprised by the environmental score going to Apple. Apple phones while made from recycled materials are made in such a way that makes repairs very difficult compared to most Android phones. One could argue that Apple's poor repairability contributes more to e-waste than Androids. Surprised that didn't get a mention.

    • Calvin Bunker
      Calvin Bunker 14 दिन पहले

      One could also argue that iPhones last much longer, and are therefore better in that regard.

    • Stop SpyingonMe
      Stop SpyingonMe 24 दिन पहले

      iPhones also have much longer useful life. Lots of people buy an iOS device and use it till it breaks. I’ve never had an android device that I haven’t felt the desire to upgrade after a year or so.

    • ILA KHALID 20ENM42
      ILA KHALID 20ENM42 महीने पहले

      I swear this is the absolute worst with iPhones. Recently my phone was causing me some trouble in audio and I was told straight away that we don’t repair our phones and it’s better to buy a new one 🤣 I was gobsmacked. Now I’m thinking of switching to android

    • L0ser
      L0ser महीने पहले

      @anoniem An My sibling has the same phone and it shuts down frequently. It also has a weak battery. I swear my sibling is always crying cause their phone died. Ridiculous and a scam for the prize.

  • bradcanavan
    bradcanavan 6 दिन पहले

    Very insightful review, and I really enjoy the editing as well. Thanks!!!👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

  • Kip
    Kip 11 दिन पहले

    The only things I found on iOS phones that I think that's better than on Android are the software update support length and the lidar sensor

  • Philip Sadler
    Philip Sadler 14 दिन पहले

    Great in-depth analysis of the two platforms.I only purchase budget Android phones and can not justify spending lots of money on flagship device's.

  • Ryan Brice
    Ryan Brice 29 दिन पहले

    I wonder how it feels for Mr Brownlee to be interviewed this time lol
    It's amazing that you two got the chance to colab though. However, was there a time where both smart minded individuals such as yourselves got to a point where you strongly disagreed with each other to the point where you could feel yourselves brewing an argument?
    Because two smart people don't generally get along. Kudos for this video though, Greatly appreciated.

  • Hayden Ascot
    Hayden Ascot 3 महीने पहले +519

    The dual-app feature on Android is something I personally use all the time, and would immediately miss if I were to switch to iPhone (too few Android users know about it and use it imo). Floating windows is something I also use a lot, where you can have an app window that is essentially floating on top of everything else and can be minimised (you can open up a lot more than just 2 windows as well) it's actually a very cool feature you've probably never seen before, look it up even if you're an iPhone user, it's quite interesting lol.
    Such "power features" and things like file system access, is why I prefer Android. So in the end it's always up to the specific user and their needs, which is what determines which platform is "better".

    • ootheboss
      ootheboss 3 महीने पहले

      @Jake Wynn again yea 45 minutes is quite a long time and “practically the same screen” means the same specks…

    • Jake Wynn
      Jake Wynn 3 महीने पहले

      @ootheboss it is at most 45 minutes longer on iphone. Look at the screens dude, do you see a fat ass notch on the s22 ultra, no.

    • ootheboss
      ootheboss 3 महीने पहले

      @Jake Wynn their screens are extremely similar… also it’s not “much faster and barley longer” that’s just plain wrong it is faster at charging yes but apple has the longer battery.

    • Jake Wynn
      Jake Wynn 3 महीने पहले

      @ootheboss you literally said "because their practically the exact same screen" when they are not, yet they draw in that category. The point im annoyed when it comes to battery is that while iphones last slightly longer on day to day apps,if you need your phone to last a really long time, then android wins because of the power saving mode which of course they don't mention. They also kind of dismiss the fast charging even though Marques finds it useful and decided that apple should win. Samsung charges MUCH faster, apple lasts slightly longer and yet apple gets the point even though they should draw as they both have pros and cons.

    • ootheboss
      ootheboss 3 महीने पहले

      @Jake Wynn I never said they have the same screen. Also you legit changed the situation. Your skewing test results. I never said low power mode. Normal mode like 90% of people use phones. Stop cherry picking

  • Walter Phua
    Walter Phua 27 दिन पहले

    This came late, but loved the collab! Hope both of you can do it again sometimes soon. 😄

  • George Simon
    George Simon 2 दिन पहले

    been switching since 2016. i like them both for specific reasons. i'm on ios right now, but come december im gonna get me that pixel 7 pro. love ya, stay safe!

  • Squiggles
    Squiggles 7 दिन पहले

    I used Android pretty much my whole life, up until the iPhone X, since then, I have gotten every iPhone and fully embraced the Apple ecosystem. Honestly, the experience is way better in my opinion. Especially when you start adding accessories. The Airpods are best in class, the Apple Watch doesn't even have competition, Android Wear is just garbage. The complete package doesn't exist anywhere else.

  • NochSoEinKaddiFan
    NochSoEinKaddiFan महीने पहले +1

    With all the pushes of Aplle against right to repair, giving Apple the eco-medal feels just so wrong, when framework and fairphone have proven, that it can be done so much better

  • King Koyo
    King Koyo 3 महीने पहले +894

    I feel like I'm probably in the minority on this one, but this collab feels more like an interview. Both of you are very talented creators, but this video is driven very heavily by opinion. That said, all the decisions seem to defer very heavily to Marques's opinion. Marques is making very valid observations, but those same observations are very heavily based in circumstance.

    • Name 11
      Name 11 महीने पहले

      @Sam _ in every conceivable way

    • Sam _
      Sam _ 3 महीने पहले +1

      @Ojaswi Rai How is it biased?

    • Blue
      Blue 3 महीने पहले

      Well... duh? I really don't understand all these salty comments saying the video is biased, it's just one man's opinion.

    • DavorBa
      DavorBa 3 महीने पहले

      @Ojaswi Rai Arun is an entertainer, of course he is gonna make faces. Marques genuinely gave iPhone more points because thats his opinion. In the end it all boils down to personal preference. For me, its all about bang for buck and customization, and Apple simply cannot match Android in those areas.
      Objectively speaking, iPhones have better battery life than 99% of Androids, video quality is top level and their SoCs perform better, lets be fair about these points.
      Even with that being said, its still a subjective thing. No need to downplay any side, just choose what you prefer.

    • Robin Arora
      Robin Arora 3 महीने पहले

      @Ojaswi Rai Arun’s face is not a proof of anything… those are Arun’s opinion that differ from Marquee… Like Arun said about camera using it as a toy, whereas Marquee wanted a more mature stable camera than having gimmics

  • Joe Tulenko
    Joe Tulenko 11 दिन पहले +3

    Facetime, Airdrop, and shareplay are all apps that can easily be replicated (and are replicated almost daily) on Android because of how easy it is for developers to make apps for it.

  • Christopher Foisey
    Christopher Foisey 15 घंटे पहले

    You have to turn a number of settings off to maximize your battery life on your samsung. Ive been using my samsung nonstop since 5am today, its 3:15pm now and i still have 55%.
    Also, there has to be a stop to the android vs apple and stick to flagship samsung vs flagship apple.
    S22 Ultra is far superior to the iphone 14 max

  • Fr1zko
    Fr1zko महीने पहले +1

    There was not enough discussion for each topic. There were some topics that definitely merited more discussion that could have leaned stuff towards Android for sure. Seemed slightly biased to avoid disagreement

  • Bruno Roberto
    Bruno Roberto 16 दिन पहले

    The truth is that iOS is made to have an quite awesome integration with other devices, witch android don't have. But it's hard to compare cuz android has lots of varieties and different resources/configuration. So find a canonical to compare is hard...

  • Yavor Yanakiev
    Yavor Yanakiev 3 महीने पहले +455

    I use split screen feature a lot as well on my S21 Ultra.
    And I found out that I actually really enjoy using the pen from my Remarkable tablet (which turns out to work just like an S-pen).
    It's really useful for drawing instructions on screenshots and for fine-tuning video editing on the phone.
    And the USB-C is what I feel all phones should switch to.
    But most of all I'm used to my Android phone - I loved LG while they existed and bought only their phones before. Switched to Samsung now and I'm also very happy.
    No reason for me to go over to iOS for the time being.
    And I grew up and don't care if the other person is an iOS user. We can transfer files now between phones, after all :))

    • Uriel Famak
      Uriel Famak 3 महीने पहले

      @Franklin Okeke don’t say this…people use it alot

    • mallikarjun patil
      mallikarjun patil 3 महीने पहले

      @Franklin Okeke what is the use of paying such high price for a phone? If we don't use it to the full extent and if they feel so let them share experience without giving ratings as there verdict cannot final

    • Matthew B
      Matthew B 3 महीने पहले

      @Mako If you have to award a point to one option, the one that statistically people actually care about is the correct decision.

    • Bex
      Bex 3 महीने पहले +1

      Same here. My last LG was the 6. Love my Samsung S21 Ultra.

    • IljasCustoms
      IljasCustoms 3 महीने पहले

      @Franklin Okeke make that number a 1% - at most. I know a lot of people, but only a few of them that would be considered "power users", mainly because they run their business from their phone - and all of them use iPhones.

  • 90 cents
    90 cents 2 दिन पहले +1

    iPhone vs Android is like comparing C with Java😂😂

  • kaleem ullah
    kaleem ullah महीने पहले +2

    Extremely generalized comparison, when it comes to specialization, Android blows iOS out of the water.
    To me what is most important is that Android is open source unlike iOS.

  • Cbakshay8471 D
    Cbakshay8471 D 6 दिन पहले +1

    Android phones are better in dual sim management, charging ,customization, value, apps support,multitasking and other small things like that.
    I traded in iphone for samsung because the above mentioned things were important for me.

  • One Random Guy Who Hates Unfairness
    One Random Guy Who Hates Unfairness महीने पहले

    I am with mkbhd , using the same phone as him S21U rn and I love that
    I used Iphone13 pro before that and i counldnt stand that the fact how much apple restrict me to use my phone simply and i couldnt even do a simple task very easily like setting cusyom ringtone
    I felt so inulted by ios and then i switched back to S21U. It has been two weeks with it and I absolutely love it.
    Especially gaming experience which i couldnt get on iphone , like significantly lowering mu game sound when i use discord in ios but np such error in samsung now. My friends say they dont even hear my game sounds on their discord even i play games with high volume. It os so nice of Samsung

  • Edward Cullen
    Edward Cullen 3 महीने पहले +543

    I think the reason that Android lost a fair few categories is that it is not about one single manufacturer. Some features are defining ones for some manufacturers like Motorola's Chop Chop for flashlight and Samsung's Dex and even Xiaomi's ridiculous community support. This is the beauty and weakness of Android. That fact that Android is little imperfect, it encourages you to make your own contribution towards it without caring about getting sued or anything. Android has a more playful aesthetic and is built for nerds like me but iOS has a few constraints. I love the fact that rooting is so easy on Android and you can use apps like GCam Port.

    • chris the doc
      chris the doc 3 महीने पहले

      @Jon Root Lmao!! you want to walk away of this conversation because you know you wrong boy, I told you, it doesn't matter if those CPUs aren't able to work outside of their ecosystem, it's even more amazing that they have done something which no company have been able to do and you say they aren't innovative??

    • Obvious Greyman
      Obvious Greyman 3 महीने पहले

      @The king of Noobs if it works for you then great. I love my iPhone X and it does everything I need it to very intuitively and easily.

    • The king of Noobs
      The king of Noobs 3 महीने पहले +1

      @Jon Root honestly apple is just super overpriced for the same old product

    • The king of Noobs
      The king of Noobs 3 महीने पहले +1

      @Obvious Greyman samsung out sold apple, yes samsung has beat apple pretty much everything has been beaten my note 20 ultra still has close specs to even the newest iphone

    • Vee
      Vee 3 महीने पहले

      @chris the doc bruh no one is saying that they are speaking lies everyone is saying that they ignored so many things where Android is better than IOS. And they manipulated the facts for example there were many instances they ignored that certain features can only work with other apple devices like airdrop etc. This was a rushed video you can see from the fact that how inconsistent they were in comparison first they compared one iPhone with all other Androids, then ignored this and compared it with one specific phone.

  • beaver_eater
    beaver_eater महीने पहले +1

    When it's comes to the debate between Android and IOS, i think there is one point people rarely bring up : APK
    Sure, it's open source and extremely risky to install open source app on your phone but if you had some what knowledgeable in what you do, it fine and can make android the best users's experience you can have. I cant live without youtube vanced nowadays

  • Jiyon1
    Jiyon1 महीने पहले

    In terms of Eco conscious you both forgot a fundamental thing. Apple has an even bigger lead if you factor in a products lifecycle. Apple’s is greater by offering up to six years of core software updates. That is not the case in the Android with some companies only offering two years! Forcing you to replace your handset more often which is less sustainable

  • Sean Homar
    Sean Homar 15 दिन पहले

    Multi window is the feature I use the most on my s10+, I have Google maps and INclips to listen to music on screen at same time whilst I'm driving.
    I wanted an iPhone but lacknof that feature stops me getting it.

  • Robert Hiini
    Robert Hiini 21 दिन पहले

    Every time I think, "Five year support, best performance, camera," some one with the latest iPhone will ask for my help. And the locked down, Apple-only experience - not to mention the price they want for 120hz - consistently leads me to "nope". For me, the OS and its hostility to anything non-Apple remains a killer. Never wanted to be a member of the master race (brand blather). For that kind of money, simply must work for me. The five year support remains tempting, in spite of everything.

  • April
    April 3 महीने पहले +1230

    If you use Android regularly then split screen is definitely a huge help. It made handling tasks easier.

  • Nihal Paul
    Nihal Paul 12 दिन पहले

    If I am being honest, considering the fact that they took a lot of effort in taking the video, I don't feel like it paid off. It was more like a personal preference video rather than a proper comparison of what's actually better. These are two people whom a huge community looks up to, to make their purchasing decision. Considering that, it feels like there wasn't much thought put into this conversation
    .

  • Zac Bennett Clone
    Zac Bennett Clone महीने पहले

    Since I use Macs and iPads, it just makes sense for me to use iPhone. I had Android for years and I loved it, but honestly the iPhone lately is a lot like Android now. The files app, widgets, Picture in Picture, etc. it’s getting way closer to Android.

  • RogueXRS
    RogueXRS 22 दिन पहले +2

    I like both OS's so I didn't really care who won. I have a Samsung right now, but a lot of the features that I really wanted have been incorporated into the iPhone 14's and probably even more features in the iPhone 15's next year, so in about two-three years I might jump to iOS.

  • Tina Perez
    Tina Perez 8 दिन पहले

    Arun was definitely biased in his comparison. Makes you wonder if he received some perks from Apple. Doesn't matter, I've decided on an Android. 😉

  • airtempo
    airtempo 2 महीने पहले +1957

    You can tell Arun is a big fan of MKBHD but I think that's what made this video kinda biased because you could see how Arun had different opinions on a few things but that would result in a tie, so every time that he might've disagreed it would be a tie. I agree with other comments, that you guys should have each had your score and then come up with a final rating or just leave those out for people to decide.

    • mikeyjux
      mikeyjux 2 दिन पहले

      For Software features and assistant google won and they didnt give it the points.

    • Anthony Vallejo
      Anthony Vallejo 3 दिन पहले

      Nope. They got it right. Lol

    • Crystals Ball
      Crystals Ball 5 दिन पहले +1

      This video was 100% biased and one sided you could tell the boy sure likes his iPhone

    • texasmadegamer
      texasmadegamer 13 दिन पहले

      damn i noticed it the first 4 minutes

    • Green-Pill Neo
      Green-Pill Neo 16 दिन पहले

      @Raksh Bhandari I dont think you're watching the same Arun as the rest of the world.

  • Jose
    Jose 13 दिन पहले

    My Samsung s21 Ultra with 16 GB / 512gb is a beast and even the Samsung s22 Ultra doesn't do anything to beat It.
    The camera setup, the battery life, the fast charging capability, the wireless charging and the reverse wireless charging, the display, the insane zooming camera, plus the amount of Open source software to use it as a PC kills any iPhone by far.

  • Sumirat
    Sumirat 16 दिन पहले +1

    Personally I think that iOS and Android are both equally good and it depends on your usage and also which you like some like iOS and some Android

  • Nắng's Official Channel
    Nắng's Official Channel महीने पहले

    I really love iphone series with long last battery. However, I'm a wonman and my hands are so small, I feel so heavy and uncomfortable when I hold the iphone pro max for a long time. I hope Apple will launch the iphone with the size 6.1 inches bonus the amazing battery in the future (maybe iphone 14 pro or 15 pro). I'm a big fan of Apple.

  • Just Max
    Just Max महीने पहले

    A thing that you not considered in the eco section is, that iphone repairs are more expensive and therefore would lead a consumer more to the decision of buying a new one instead of paying an equal amount for the repair. Android phones on the other hand are relatively cheap to repair, as there are a lot of third party repair-shops that can do the repairing for a lot cheaper. Also i think you should consider the Fairphone, because you are comparing the peak of eco consciousness from iphone with a middle ground from android. Android can be in fact more eco consciouss but you limit the range in favour for IPhone.
    And I'm not really an Android Fan and I even consider switching to IPhone (but money for the hole ecosystem is lacking xD)

  • Just Peter
    Just Peter 3 महीने पहले +418

    Arun trying to be unbiased:
    Marques: "Android is actually really good, but I give that to iPhone because I like them"

    • esey Stunting
      esey Stunting 9 दिन पहले

      exactly lol

    • Emiliano Zapata
      Emiliano Zapata महीने पहले

      @OMEGA KANEKI because he’s said many times that he always uses both an iPhone and an android as his daily phones. If he were strictly an apple fanboy he wouldn’t also be using an android daily. He uses both because he says both of them have some unique features that the other one doesn’t and he likes having the best of both worlds.

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      😂😂😂

    • Matexoni
      Matexoni 3 महीने पहले +1

      @Abderrahman El Bakkali Oh ffs stop acting so butthurt because Android lost, its their opinion. I think it should’ve been a closer one and that they didn’t talk about some issues iphone has and some advantages that androids have but still it’s their opinion. I used both Android and Iphone and like certain things about both of them. If you only used Iphone or Android can’t talk about it because of bias then

    • Atty
      Atty 3 महीने पहले

      @OMEGA KANEKI i think he's seen the downsides of an android phone and the iphone prior to having the S21 but he still decides to keep it as a daily anyway

  • C_33_Pritesh Lungare
    C_33_Pritesh Lungare 22 दिन पहले +2

    At some points, when
    Android was better, he had picked iPhone,
    as his Personal Preference.
    And where iPhone was better,
    He explained why it is better.
    There was his personal preferences in the battle, Which he clarified at 19:48
    So, I think its depends on us, what to Choose
    Am i right Guys?

  • SquireSCA
    SquireSCA 3 दिन पहले +1

    Eco-Conscious? Dude, that's marketing and PR. Eg. Apple cheaps out by releasing a new phone with faster charging capabilities, but doesn't include the charger. The real reason is they want to sell it to you separately for $50. The marketing claims its to "save the oceans"... because we all have older chargers? Like we are gonna just take our old chargers, find the nearest ocean and throw them in? But if we want the faster charging, we are gonna get one anyway, but if we PAY for the new charger, then we won't throw the old ones in the ocean?
    It's a dumb argument, catering to the uneducated, screwing us out of more money to increase their profits, while their marketing team convinces us that it is somehow to our benefit?
    Apple is brilliant in that regard, I will give them that. They give you less, while charging you more, and convince us that we are somehow better off for it. lol

  • Shahzaib
    Shahzaib 28 दिन पहले +1

    Big win for android is that they are still affordable when they are offering features no less than Iphone. Whereas Apple is charging more price for Iphones which is not cost effective. High prices of Iphones are not justified. According to my opinion, Iphones are simply overpriced.

  • Aster
    Aster 20 दिन पहले +1

    In my opinion the iPhone didn't win fairly, so here's some cool features of Samsung I can think of off the top of my head, there is definitely more.
    - one thing that I absolutely adore about Samsung, is you can add websites to your homescreen. I use this A LOT.
    - the Google playstore 100% wins against the apple store. On the Google playstore you can get games, movies, books and apps. You can also earn points for using the games, which you can use as money when purchasing things. Samsung also has a lot more apps than IPhone.
    - the camera can do so much more stuff. One of my favourite features on the camera is the sideways panorama, it's so useful when taking landscape images. I also love how you can change the enhancing colour and create your own filters.
    - just in general, Google being connected to basically the whole phone is amazing. Google is much better than safari and also the iPhone Google can do much less stuff. Something I use a lot is "desktop mode", as it gives me the opportunity to access things on Google only computer users generally can.
    - yes Apple may have stuff on the lockscreen, but Samsung has a side bar. The side bar has so much stuff in it that is customisable, a compass, clock, the weather, notifications, websites of your choice, apps, messages, contacts, phone software details, a quick glance at all your apps...
    - the design of the Samsung is much more neat. The whole beehive cameras is very clunky and can honestly make me overwhelmed, samsung is neatly layed out.
    - the idea samsung is getting to with future phones... I mean having a foldable phone... I have the s22 ultra and when I tell you how useful a stylus is, you won't realise until you have one.
    - the themes. Apple may have "stolen" Samsung's widgets idea, but what it doesn't to this day have, is themes. Downloading a theme can change the WHOLE phone, the backround of dial screen, the clock design, the picture that shows when you tap your phone not on but just to see the date and time and battery, the keyboard, the app display, the colour of your status bar, the backround of messages. Then you also have the option of using any font you like... Any size.
    - One thing that isn't related to the phones themselves, but the brand. I don't like Apple's attitude. "Let's leave the creativity to other people and just steal their ideas and act like we're geniuses". I also really didn't like the way they purposefully were making phones slower to force people into buying new phones more often. If they weren't forced to stop, they would've continued... That's just dishonest and I don't want to support a company like that.
    - Samsung may be expensive, but if you are already a user and want a new phone, you can trade in an old phone for a huge discount... I got $577.91 off (which is a lot here, idk in America, I converted my currency)
    - you wouldn't believe how good watching something on Samsung is, idk but that huge chunk at the top of an apple, with the camera is just too much. I barely even notice mine
    - the fact that it can connect to your desktop and you can literally go on your phone and do normal stuff on it, on your computer... Also the cable is a huge plus (I mean we all know desktop wins by far against a MacBook)
    - when I copy something on my phone, I can literally paste it on my computer

  • Tiberiu Chibici
    Tiberiu Chibici 3 महीने पहले +201

    Are things that Apple locks you in really worth calling "features"? I think Android should win this category, simply because it is much more flexible than Android and allows you to do a lot more things. For example:
    * changing many parts of the OS, like the launcher, keyboard, browser, lock screen
    * installing apps from outside the Play Store
    * full access to the file system
    * use it to do things you would traditionally do on a computer. You can do crazy things like coding, running all kinds of VMs and emulators. You can do all sorts of crazy automation with things like Tasker, like automatically opening the garage door when a message that contains a certain thing arrives.
    Android is more like "here's a set of tools that you can use to do whatever you want". iOS is more like "these are the things you're allowed to do and how you can do them".

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      ᶜᵒᵇʳᵃ㉿乃ꪖɮꌩ༻丂 FF 2 महीने पहले

      Facts 😂💦

    • Nurul Huda
      Nurul Huda 3 महीने पहले

      ​@Sumit Purohit android market share is 70% worldwide.

    • Sumit Purohit
      Sumit Purohit 3 महीने पहले

      But we are comparing phones' use cases used by majority of people not some small desktop like features.

    • Literary Landslide
      Literary Landslide 3 महीने पहले

      Android doesn't actually support 3rd party lock screens, lock screen apps require you to disable the system's lock screen and are just apps that can draw over other apps and launch before them like an app locker, but they can be bypassed like regular apps and have low security.
      Google also largely broke the experience of 3rd party launchers with their half-assed implementation of gesture navigation as of Android 10, and have yet to fix it. Using a 3rd party launcher is a buggy experience for a lot of users, and skins have more control over them now, e.g. completely making gesture navigation unavailable on 3rd party launchers like Xiaomi does.
      And those enthusiast features were specifically highlighted in the video to be very useful to a very tiny fraction of the userbase so not really marketable as Android features to consider in general. Just the openness and customization in general covers a lot of those use cases for people that value that, but most users are similarly simple people whether on iOS or Android and they need to stuff to just work.
      I'd take Android over iOS any day, but it has an immense number of flaws - particularly coz it's headed by Google IMO and most of the useful stuff was added by Samsung - so its best feature really is just the amount of options customers have for whatever they need and the less locked down experience (though skins still have the freedom to reduce that value). Also, iOS being a different environment it's not surprising that a lot of features are "locked in", just like desktop OSes can't just seamlessly work interchangeably.

    • Engin Pekcan
      Engin Pekcan 3 महीने पहले

      Yes ur right but in general nobody even cares about it. Like mods and launchers they just good with the theme changer and stickers. That's what the users want. They don't want custom roms or something. Even im a gamer and love to customize my phone and even know how to do custom roms, i would rather to use iphone 13 pro max than any android. For me there is 2 flagship phones. Huawei mate 40 pro/iphone 13 pro max. They both so much better than any android devices. And xiaomi/snapdragon still making everybody sad... (Ads big prices and stupid strategies..) so i don't really think i go further than huawei or iphone.

  • Randy Marsh
    Randy Marsh 7 दिन पहले

    My Samsung fold is the best experience with a phone ever. I've dropped it so much so much abuse and you can't even tell. Huge screen and all screens are useful 👌 my iPhone is great when my battery gets low on my android or I need a good picture

  • Coin Galaxy
    Coin Galaxy 3 दिन पहले +3

    You both did an awesome job selling iPhones. I truly hope Apple rewards both of you handsomely...

  • McThofy
    McThofy महीने पहले

    Marques is one unbiased reviewer Love to hear from him.

    • SulKel
      SulKel महीने पहले

      bruh