This entry was posted on April 20, 2017 by usblog.
A year-long battle, where everyone has an opinion. What's better? Apple or Android? You want a new phone, but you are considering moving from Android to iOS, or vice versa. Is the grass really greener on the other side, or should you stick to what you know? Here we outline the pros and cons of Android phones and iPhones for you. It's Android vs iPhone: iOS vs Android. Want to know more about this and draw a final conclusion which of these two major powers will win? Read on!
- Hardware and software, both controlled and optimized by Apple.
- Safer app store, less concerned about virus.
-Overall good support.
-No expandable storage space.
-Ecosystem on the back.
-Open source, easily adapted.
- Expandable storage on many phones.
-More variety of phones.
-Higher chance of malware.
-Interface not the same on all phones.
You may have clicked on this blog because you were asking yourself: Apple or Android? Which one is better? Well, we are able to answer, but bad news is that the answer is not easy. The question depends on your priorities and needs. If you want a phone that costs less than 400 euros, you should choose for Android (or buy a used iPhone). Sometimes we choose based on which devices our friends and family have. If you want an Apple Watch or if you like to keep control, have safe ecosystem, then you should go for iPhone. The iPhone plays very well with iPads and Macs, so if you or other family members have Apple devices, you'll probably be happier with an iPhone than with Android. If you want a Google Wear watch, you'll have the best experience with an Android phone. Also, if you're technical or want to customize your phone, you'd rather go for Android because it's so much more flexible than iPhone.
What are your opinions about Android and Apple? Do you like more Apple or Android? And why? Let us know in the comments below!