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>>60694013
VERY true. You can't get laid on Tinder with hot chicks unless you have iMessage.

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>>58760791

Confirmed for not hot or even fuckable.

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>Why I switched back from Android to iOS
>My last experience with Android lasted just 4 hours. I bought a Nexus 4, played with it for a while before realizing I didn't like it, and sold it the next day. I hadn't even taken the protective sticker off the glass. My impression of Android was the same as when I had tried it a number of years earlier, it felt like it was running Linux on a phone. No life, no style, it was like staring at pure engineering with none of the heart.
http://www.theruraltechnocrat.com/why-i-switched-back-from-android-to-ios/


>After 3 weeks of using an iPhone, I'll never use Android again
>Apps are so much better for iOS than Android. After using both for long periods of time, it's so clear to me that developers are putting all their efforts into iOS and phoning in Android apps in far too many cases.

>For example, the Spotify app works better with the controls built into iOS so I can play, pause, and skip tracks without having to launch the app. Android can technically do the same thing, but it didn't always work well on my Note 3.

>And the general note here is really that the iOS version of most apps is so much better. They're generally smoother, have fewer bugs, and look much more beautiful. The same goes for native iOS apps. There's more developer love for Apple, and it goes a long way for the consumer.
http://www.businessinsider.com/switching-to-iphone-from-android-2015-5

>Goodbye, Android
>Don’t get me wrong. In many ways, Android is great. I love its open source ethos and the ability one has to customize it. But I can’t take it anymore for one simple, but really fundamental, reason.

>Google still has very little control over software updates, and Android users are basically at the mercy of their carriers and phone manufacturers
http://motherboard.vice.com/read/goodbye-android

Wanna see how shitty Android users are? See the Google Play store reviews:
>>http://rbt.asia/g/thread/48713429

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>>48719594
>he thinks it's a meme
kek

nice defense mechanism, buddy.

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>>48683811
This guy, he get's it

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yecFTeMVSlo

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Wealthy and white people predominantly choose iPhone.

>Yep, it's true: Android is the poor man's phone worldwide
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/06/19/its_true_android_is_the_poor_mans_phone/

>Still Don't Believe Android Is For The Poor? This Chart Proves It
http://www.businessinsider.com/android-iphone-market-share-by-price-2014-8

>Proof That Android Really Is For The Poor
>Google's Android mobile operating system has 1 billion users — more than twice the 470 million people on Apple's iOS equivalent — yet Apple pays out twice the amount of revenue to app developers on its system, according to Andreessen Horowitz analyst Benedict Evans.
>That's because Google is aggressively going after lower-income users on a global scale. The company recently launched Android One in India, which allows device manufacturers to make $100 smartphones. Apple, by contrast, prefers to sell its iPhones for more than $600.
>So although it sounds crass to say "Android is for poor people," on a global scale that's exactly how it is being used.
http://www.businessinsider.com/android-v-apple-ios-market-share-revenue-income-2014-6

> Android Is For Poor People: Maps - Business Insider
http://www.businessinsider.com/android-is-for-poor-people-maps-2014-4

>A new Pew study says the majority of Americans now own smartphones and the majority of rich, educated adults own iPhones.
http://www.eweek.com/mobile/pew-everyone-buys-android-rich-educated-people-buy-iphones

>Surprise; Apple's iPhones Are Expensive So Rich People Are More Likely To Have Them
http://www.forbes.com/sites/timworstall/2014/04/05/surprise-apples-iphones-are-expensive-so-rich-people-are-more-likely-to-have-them/

You can tell where the rich people are in the city by looking at iPhone distribution. You can also tell where the white neighborhoods are and where black & hispanics neighborhoods are just based on iPhone usage. Yes, really.

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I have experienced green bubble hate myself. It's VERY REAL! Saying that it doesn't happen is beyond idiotic and just shows how little social life you have. You're probably a virgin too (I'd bet on it).

Watch... yes, this is a real thing at workplaces:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qj_iShO4ePg

Read... yes, it's also a real phenomena:

>It’s Kind of Cheesy Being Green
>A few months ago my friend Edd Dumbill shared a discovery. He pointed out that if you search Twitter for the words “green bubbles” you’ll find very consistent results. People hate green bubbles.
https://medium.com/message/its-kind-of-cheesy-being-green-2c72cc9e5eda

Go on fucking twitter and search for "green text" or "green bubble" to see for yourself.

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>>48498690
>2D is the way to go.
let me know when your 2D slut can suck you off or when you can bury your dick deep inside of her pussy and get her cum all over your dick.

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>>48482139
>Is there a point to buying a smart phone if the only people I'm going to be calling is my parents and person I'm working for?
that's what you think but once you get a smartphone you'll be able to download a bunch of "get me some pussy!" apps and then you'll be hooked.

ps: get an iPhone. don't fall for android shitphones.

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I have experienced green bubble hate myself. It's VERY REAL! Saying that it doesn't happen is beyond idiotic and just shows how little social life these people have.

Watch... yes, this is a real thing at workplaces:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qj_iShO4ePg

Read... yes, it's also a real phenomena:

>It’s Kind of Cheesy Being Green
>A few months ago my friend Edd Dumbill shared a discovery. He pointed out that if you search Twitter for the words “green bubbles” you’ll find very consistent results. People hate green bubbles.
https://medium.com/message/its-kind-of-cheesy-being-green-2c72cc9e5eda

Go on fucking twitter and search for "green text" or "green bubble" to see for yourself.

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