Watty wrote: ↑
Fri Dec 20, 2019 8:50 am
That is interesting. I had seen the headlines about them dropping the headphone jack and the hype about the bluetooth earplugs and assumed that you had to use them. That is one of the reasons I would not have even considered buying an iPhone. I bet a lot of people have that misunderstanding and that is costing Apple a lot of sales.
When you buy a new iPhone (XS versions and 11 versions), the corded headphones included now have only the lightning end.
If you like corded headphones, the iPhone corded pods don't require an adapter. But, the adapter works great for headphones with the 3.5mm jack.
As for switching back and forth, it is quite easy. You could have your favorite iPhone set up and your favorite Android set up and just swap the SIM back and forth to whichever you want on a daily basis.
I have OneDrive, Google Photos and Apple Photos on my iPhone. I have Waze, Google Maps and Apple Maps. Mix and match your favorites. I use Outlook for work email. Yahoo Email for personal. Put your Office apps on.
I do like us all on iPhones as we can use iCloud to back up all 5 phones and iPads and a MacBook Pro. There is some synergy to being on the same platform.