I am getting it for around 62000 for a 64 GB. Should I go for it? Or wait two months for iphone 12, so that iphone 11 has some price cut.
Yeah, apple said newer stocks of iphone 11 (made after announcement of 12) will be losing their charger and headphones as well.did apple removed charger form iphone 11 as well?
all listing in india has only type-c cable included in the box. .. doen anyone has any update on this.. I though apple included airpods+charged in iphone 11 for India region.
You sure? Since 2007 it's been 13 years and we are still getting a phone in the box for a paltry amount they ask.
Why does someone need an iPhone these days?
Sorry, if my post offended you or anybody. Of course I can't decide for others. But human needs are usually similar, but the wants do differ.
I was using iPhones from 3G to 7 ( very briefly, lack of 3.5 mm TRS in) almost everyone around me use iPhones only.
The transition was easy ( Mac to Windows was way more difficult) Android and iOS IMHO practically feels same to me nowadays.
Of course I can't decide for others. But don't you think it's slightly ridiculous to buy an iPhone in India, considering the price? ( 700-800 EUR for iPhone 11!! Isn't it kind of ridiculous? Sure, who am I to decide for others? In a country where people still buy phones on EMI!!)
Buddy, I didn't mean you!!
Sure, it's difficult to leave a platform after years of use. I surely do understand your point.
Even if anyone thinks iPhone is bragging worthy, it's his/ her perspective..I/ you/ anybody shouldn't judge the person.
But I am still genuinely shocked by Apple's pricing in India.
I would have continued to use iPhones and Macs forever if they didn't remove the ports and 3.5mm out and introduce the notch but not in India.
It is simply for the user experience and privacy. Not many would care, but I just love the fact that I can run every app after denying every permission. Also, the manual app approval and curation results in a much better ecosystem.That ecosystem man!! It saved my ass thousand times.
But breaking that habit has made me more organized. Now if I need to make a presentation, I take out a laptop..like a normal person.
Exactly. Managing privacy and permissions on iOS is simple and straight forward and once set, it stays that way. In android, some apps won’t work unless they get permission for location, contacts, camera etc. and moreover some apps will change system settings and that has to be separately controlled.I just love the fact that I can run every app after denying every permission
I would add that when it comes to privacy atleast, Apple is some stages ahead of the competition. But then again, these are apps specific. What your phone does in spare time is not clear.