5 Things We Hate About iOS Smartphones

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Lately, we’ve just brought you things we hate about Android and Windows Phone. So, this time, we’ll give you things we hate about iOS smartphones. Let’s have a look!


It’s hard to adjust brightness and volume sliders

The first is the brightness and volume sliders. On Android phones, all you have to do is simply tap at the place you want it to be. And the indicator will be there. On the other hand, on iOS smartphones, it’s harder to adjust the brightness and volume. You have to drag the little indicator to the right place. And it’s sometimes very annoyed. Secondly, you can’t hide apps from the Home screen. And this will make your screen just like a big app drawer. However, this will be fixed in iOS 10.

Thirdly, it’s hard to access the Settings. Quick Settings on Android devices  is nearly similar to Control Center on iOS smartphones. You can go there and adjust things. However, on Android, you can access Settings easier in many ways. For example, when you want to connect to the other network, you can extend Quick Settings into the small menus. Or you can go the whole Setting menu in just one tap. iOS, you have to get back to Home screen > Setting app and then go the part you want to adjust.

The four reason is app refund. If you’re still in the refund window, it will be so easy to get your app refund. Just go back to Play Store where you got your app, and press the “Refund” button. With iOS smartphones, you will have to do more than that. You have to go to a separate web and fill out a report. And now you can get your money back.

You can’t clear data in just one step on iOS smartphones

Last but not least, you just can’t remove data simply. Sometimes when your apps don’t work well or even corrupt/crash, you just need to uninstall that app on Android devices. Or you can go to App info and clear all its data and start it all over again. However, it’s not that easy on iOS smartphones. You never can uninstall an app. You just simply remove the main file and some app data. The other data will still be on your phone. If you want to erase it completely, you have to delete iCloud backups, and factory reset your phone.

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