While the world is changing so fast, phone is now became a part of each and everyone’s life, we mostly carry it to everywhere and everytime. There are so many options and choices out there, but the first phone that everyone will keep their eyes to at the first moment of deciding to own a phone is the iPhone.
iPhone is good, elegant design and super attractive. Each and every year Apple releases it new version of the iPhone. There are so many phones int the market but iPhone is still the first option. Today I am going to talk about the good things of the iPhone because I believe that everyone alredy defined them already, but today I am going to talk some complications of the iPhone instead.
1. Copying files in and out: It’s very easy to just plug in your iPhone into the computer but it is not easy at all to copy the files in or out of your iPhone. You need to have iTune to do that and sometimes iTune can also cause your computer crash. I don’t what’s the reason why Apple needs to do that. What if yoh want to copy or even send some files to your friend from your iPhone while you don’t have the computer? Bluetooth that built in the iPhone is not for send or receive any files, it was built for just only hand-free headset. That’s ashamed of Apple while Android or Windows Phone devices can do that without any problem.
2. Battery life is just too short: Can you imagine that you spent more than $700 to own an iPhone and yet you need to charge it almost each and every times when you’re at the office or home to make sure that your beloved iPhone won’t die before the day end. That’s obvious to just keep looking at your phone’s battery status almost every hour. Looking back into other devices in the market while some of them can survive 2 days of using without any problem.
3. Fragilely devices: iPhone well-known is the most fragilely smartphone in the market. Just one little single drop, you could potentially cry, but things would be different if you drop a BlackBerry phone.
4. No quite button for every apps: Very annoying when you have to use your iPhone’s home button each and every time in order tyo quite the running apps. Why don’t just put a quite button to the apps, Apple?
No matter how, decision is yours and I believe every decision based on evaluation.