Dear 100 Hour Board,
Android or IOS? What's in your pocket?
Of the five people currently living in my house, I'm the only one without an iPhone, but I wouldn't want any other phone. I have a Pixel, and that pure Google experience is the only one for me.
Dear Blackberry ~
We are 100% Apple fans here. 2 iPhones (plus two more we really should get around to selling), an iPod that is super old, an iPad that also is reaching the end of life, an iMac, a MacBook Pro, and 2 Apple Watches.
So yeah. Apple.
(It helps that Yellow is a Mac/iOS programmer...)
~ Dragon Lady
Android. A pen and a piece of tape at the moment.
Keep it real,
Right now, Android. Ask me in a couple of days and it will be an iPhone.
iOS, but I think that's mostly by default. And because I want the good camera that comes in the iPhone 7 Plus.
I had one of you seven years ago. In 2011, got one of the first 4G Android phones. Then I had two models of a Windows phone for four years (2013–'17). Got a lot of ribbing, including the following conversation (edited for clarity):
him: Windows phone. That's like the lame stepdad of smartphones.
me: Shut up, lol.
him: Like the Kmart branded fashion of phones.
me: Look, I can't afford the Apple habit. Jason Chaffetz is judging me silently.
him: The Journey Reunion tour without Steve Perry of phones.
me: Haha, you're on a roll.
him: Wait, I have more I think.
me: The Jason Chaffetz of phones. Mic drop.
him: You win this time.
---Portia bought a rose gold iPhone 7 to embrace her true identity. Sorry, Jason.
I used to have an iPhone through work, and then I switched jobs and they didn't give me a phone, so I bought an Android because it was cheaper (in all senses of that word, really). Now my "new" job has also given me an iPhone but won't let me transfer over a personal number, so I'm carrying both around in my backpack, and today on my commute home I listened to an audiobook on my personal Android while answering emails on my work iPhone and sometimes I just can't even with myself.
iOS iPhone 5C that will not for anything give up the ghost and die.
But when it does, you can bet I'm going back to Android.
I have an iPhone SE. I still feel ambivalent about spending so much of my ultimately ephemeral money on a single piece of ultimately ephemeral technology, but it's a lot better than the Motorola flip phone it replaced.
Currently, I have two iPhones (work and personal) in my pocket with an iPad in my backpack. Apparently, I'm an Apple guy.
I sure hope this helps. Please don't hate me.