Shit Android users say when they find out you’re using an iPhone

There are two types of people in this world: iPhone users and Android users.

Both firmly believe their technology choice is superior, and both will take any chance they can to criticise the rival camp.

Here we've taken a tongue-in-cheek look at what Android users say to iPhone owners when given the chance. Whichever platform you prefer, our mobile phones and plans comparison tool will help you get your next phone and plan at the best possible price.

Here are some of the best lines from the video - feel free to spam your Facebook feeds with them:

1. Full reception. FULL RECEPTION.

Shit Android Users Say

2. You use Siri?

Shit Android Users Say

3. Wanna see my nose hairs in high res?

Shit Android Users Say

4."Yeah, but Steve Jobs."

Shit Android Users Say

5. "iPhone's just look better."

Shit Android Users Say

6. You:

Shit Android Users Say

7. Them:

Shit Android Users Say

8. Did you know it's customisable?

Shit Android Users Say

9. Whatever.

Shit Android Users Say

10. Seriously.

Shit Android Users Say

11. So, do you wanna?

Shit Android Users Say

12. Hey, you wanna see a picture of...

Shit Android Users Say

13. No, sorry, I don't have an iPhone 4 charger anywhere. Or an iPhone 5.

Shit Android Users Say

14. Sucker.

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15. Ohhhhhh.

Shit Android Users Say

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