Android Users Troll iPhone Fans Over ‘New’ Features Found In iOS 14
By Izza Sofia, 24 Jun 2020
Image via Apple Newsroom
Apple made headlines lately after unveiling the latest iOS 14 during its digital keynote, introducing a lineup of new features to the operating system.
New features include the ‘App Library’, which aims to cut clutter with app organization on the home screen. This allows iPhone users to find apps much more easily without endless swiping. Users can also choose how many pages of apps they wish to see on the home screen.
While the update might hugely benefit iPhone users, others pointed out that such a tool has long existed in Android phones.
The option is similar to home screen widgets which have been around in the Android system for close to a decade, and users have taken to Twitter to voice it out. “Lol iPhone welcome to 2012 Android,” a Twitter user joked.
“iPhone users flexing on something us Android users been flexing for years,” another user said.
However, other social media users commented that Steve Jobs had demonstrated something similar back in 2005, way before Android built it.
Lol iPhone welcome to 2012 Android https://t.co/90BAK3bVhO— . (@takaharasuiko) June 23, 2020
All apple does is steal stuff from android phones and yall just eat it up. Androids been on this since like 2008. ios 14 aint shit 😭 pic.twitter.com/qgMj01X34H— Oh word? 🇭🇹 (@l_z_kenny) June 23, 2020
iPhone users: *Troll android users all day*— That Canon🔴 Shooter 🇳🇬📷 (@BekaNenzar) June 23, 2020
Apple: *introduces every feature the android has been using for years*
iPhone users: what amazing new features.
I know there's a lot of "Apple copied Android Widgets" comments running around but Apple widgets actually date back to dashboard on Mac.— Jonathan Morrison 🙋🏻♂️ (@tldtoday) June 23, 2020
Here's a clip of Steve Jobs demoing them off back in 2005. 3 Years before the first Android 😎 pic.twitter.com/u0WK3RqffO
[via B&T, opening image via Apple Newsroom]
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