I spent more than a decade on an iPhone and Android phone, and I’m not the only one.
The next generation of smartphones will be more powerful than the last, more customizable than the old ones, and more powerful in every way, including screen resolution.
That’s where the Android platform has its problems, and Apple is working on fixing it.
So, how do you keep Android from becoming the next Android platform?
The first step is to figure out what Android’s problems are.
There are two types of problems: software bugs and hardware bugs.
Software bugs are not so much issues with the software as with the hardware that runs the software.
Software has its bugs, but not the same kinds of bugs that hardware does.
Software is much better at avoiding problems than the hardware it runs.
If you have a laptop that has a bad motherboard, you won’t notice the issue because the hardware will fix it.
If your laptop is a MacBook Pro with an Intel processor, you’ll notice a bad screen, and that’s probably not going to help much.
Hardware bugs are much more serious problems.
The problem with software is that, because the software runs on a piece of hardware, it can cause the problem.
For example, if you have the same laptop and the same keyboard, it won’t work very well.
A problem with a keyboard that’s good enough to type on might cause a problem with the keyboard that has to be replaced.
The same is true of the phone, but there’s more to it than that.
There’s a lot that goes into a smartphone and its software.
Some of it is hardware.
For instance, the processor inside the phone is designed to handle a wide range of applications.
But there’s also software in the phone that handles many of the tasks you’d expect a smartphone to do.
The phone is also designed to take a lot of information from the internet, and convert it into something useful for the phone.
The software is more about how to make the phone do the right thing.
Software and hardware are two sides of the same coin.
If we look at the hardware side of things, the iPhone has some hardware bugs, like the inability to detect the presence of a file called photos.
That bug, when it’s in your phone, causes your phone to show an error message saying that there’s an issue.
When you tap the OK button, it will prompt you to click on it, and you can see that the problem exists, but it’s not a real problem.
The iPhone does have a hardware problem that isn’t real.
There is a bug in the hardware.
There could be a software problem.
And then there’s the issue of battery life.
The hardware bugs in the iPhone are minor compared to the software problems.
But the software bugs are serious.
There might be a problem where you have to use the phone with a bad battery, or a problem that is so severe that you can’t use your phone for any other purpose for several hours.
And the hardware bugs are so big, in fact, that the software can’t help.
Apple has fixed a lot, and the hardware problems are far less severe than the software issues.
But in many ways, the software is worse.
If I want to use Google Search on my phone, I can’t because Google has to support the phones hardware.
If a phone that has Google Search turns on, it turns off.
And if the phone doesn’t support Google Search, I’ll have to disable the phone completely.
And that is a major problem.
A smartphone with Google Search turned on is not going go to the Internet.
It doesn’t send out email, it doesn’t read emails, and it doesn�t send text messages.
That�s a huge limitation.
You can’t make it work with Gmail, or use Facebook, or check Twitter, or access YouTube.
It�s basically unusable.
So it is not the fault of the software, it is the fault in the software itself.
The issue is that Android isn�t going to get better.
That is the most critical point of the whole discussion.
It is not a question of the technology.
It’s a question that comes down to the hardware of the device, the way that the phone works, and how the phone connects to the network.
The Android platform is going to have problems that Google hasn�t fixed.
The most important thing to understand is that the problems will be in the way the hardware interacts with the Internet, and not in the things that the hardware can do.
If the phone has a problem in the internet connection, it might not have an issue in the app.
That doesn� t mean that there isn� t an issue with the phone at all, but the problem will be on the hardware, and Android won�t be able to solve it.
The second problem is the issue with battery life, and there is some hope.
I would be remiss if I didn�t say that Android has an incredible