• bitwolf
    73 months ago

    What I always found odd is that many people will try Android. And at the first problem they’ll switch to iPhone.

    However the iPhone may demonstrate the same exact problem, among many more, yet they just deal with it anyway.

    • @towerful@programming.dev
      43 months ago

      Probably because on Android there is likely a way to fix it, but it involves a bit of research and picking the best way.
      Whereas on iPhone, thats yhe wayvits intended to be so “suck it up”.
      Some people just dont want to have to deal with the choices