Discussion in 'Mobile Phones & Tablets' started by Dazstoke, Mar 27, 2020.
Thing I use most on mine and wouldn't be without is pretty simple lol
An internet connection, web browser, torch, and camera.
I've done this survey a few times in years gone by, so it could be interesting to see how opinions/priorities have changed over the years... would everyone mind taking a couple of minutes to fill out this form on what they think is important when buying a phone
Some of your survey questions don’t make sense. You’ve incorrectly grouped ‘cost’ and ‘value’ together in one question when they are two separate things (something can be cheap but poor value or expensive and good value).
Size and weight are two separate things that have been grouped together.
Unlocking via fingerprint. Didn’t get on with Face ID at all when I used an iPhone X for a month.
NFC, Top-notch camera & Dolby atmos or at least stereo audio playback no single speaker. USB-C
NFC\GPS and android pay.
I am really bad at clearing my notifications anyway so my notification LED was always flashing and lost all purpose
The feature I think is great on an iPhone is the auto notification mute at a certain time. Mines on at 8pm till 8am. Works great. No notifications at all.
Torch is a good one from above.
Maps with traffic is nice, it also has places saved that i need on the go that i'd never remember due to such a large number of them.
Youtube, only because of chromecast. If chromecast wasn't a thing i wouldn't care.
3.5mm jack, mp3 support.
SD card and removable battery i'd prefer, but not fully needed.
A web browser.
Txting and phonecalls. But i'd be happy to have a device that does the above that isn't a phone. The old smart mp3 players were nice.
Notifications is something i despise.
Where do you find that please? I'm on Android at the moment and have just started using Bixby routines to mute the volume at a set time in the evening and turn it on again in the morning. It's a small thing but so pleasing that I'd like to do the same on iOS if I go back to iphones.
on an iphone it's called DND aka Do not disturb.
Thanks - I didn't realise it could be scheduled.
That's alright. Now you do. Perfect.
You can do it on android in the do not disturb settings by creating a rule
I do miss removable batteries, notification LED's, IR blaster (Hello Dixons. Somehow all your tv's turned themselves off...), hardware home button (It's easier to find when still half asleep at 4am)
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