Infographic: Music service options visualized with iPhone home buttons

The iPhone home button symbolizes simplicity, but, when it comes to music services ‚ÄĒ¬†it’s¬†anything but simple. The overlapping options¬†offered by Apple, Google, and Amazon are terribly¬†confusing. Below they’re visualized with multiple iPhone home buttons. Why? For the hell of it…

Original iPhone with 6 home buttons

Google Pixel Phone with four iPhone home buttons

Amazon Fire Phone with four iPhone home buttons

Xiaomi Mix with iPhone button

Burned Samsun Galaxy Note 7

 

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