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Andrew Huang: Why Apple Products are Better for Music

YouTuber Andrew Huang is probably only preaching to the choir here. I don't necessarily agree with all of Andrew's points about why he feels Apple products are better for music. In fact I outright disagree with some. I still have to tip my hat to the fine job of balancing that he does in this video!

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As regards the topic of latency in iOS vs Android-- does anyone have any thoughts about the disappearance of headphone jacks (in iOS and Android) and how having to use bluetooth for headphones might add to latency in both cases.

Do all iOS and Android devices that lack a headphone jack have an adapter option to allow you to have wired headphones?
On March 03, 2021 - @stub said:
Do all iOS and Android devices that lack a headphone jack have an adapter option to allow you to have wired headphones?
I suspect strongly that the answer is yes! At least it is for all devices I have that do not include a headphone jack. I love my BT headset for listening to music and podcasts, but unfortunately I would not use them for producing either. I have to plug in or I feel naked. Like my signal chain is shameful or something. It's like walking into a grocery store wearing pajamas. You could do that, but it would feel fucking weird.
Apple's edge when it comes to uniformity (non-diversity) of hardware has been widely discussed. Still those infographics really drive the point home!!

It didn't occur to me that there was also the relative uniformity in user's use of specific iOS versions as compared to Android OS versions. That was not surprising -- because Android devices don't always make it easy to update-- but the extent was surprising.

I don't think I ever really grasped what a massive edge that is, and what a challenge it is for android developers, specifically.

I guess that does illustrate some advantages to Apple's monopolistic approach to hardware-- while not invalidating the disadvantages.

Is it possible that some of challenges to non-apple hardware could be addressed with some (or more) unifying standards?
On March 04, 2021 - @Tim Webb said:
...I love my BT headset for listening to music and podcasts, but unfortunately I would not use them for producing either. I have to plug in or I feel naked. Like my signal chain is shameful or something. It's like walking into a grocery store wearing pajamas. You could do that, but it would feel fucking weird.

I can totally relate to that. I've seen labs of people working with BT earbuds and MIDI keyboards and I think, "oooph. They don't even know."
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