Top 4 Reasons Why iPhone Beats Android.

Top 4 Reasons Why iPhone Beats Android.

Top 4 Reasons Why iPhone Beats Android.

 

iPhone vs. Android

Do you believe in ‘Love at first sight’? Well, I do! I was absolutely amazed the very first time I saw the Apple logo on the back of the first iPhone. Now don't get me wrong I love any great device, be it iPhone or Android. Being an open platform, Android does enjoy a healthy lead when it comes to the ‘smartphone market share’ around the world. Amongst Android phones, Samsung is the darling of most but iPhone is indeed the uncrowned king of the smartphone industry. Here are the top 4 reasons why the iPhone is a better choice than Android.

Amazing hardware & software integration.

Unlike Android, Apple has the whole house to itself. This gives it a decent advantage over others when it comes to trying out different things. Face ID is a really good example in this case. Face ID allows you to log in to your smartphone by using a sensor to scan a 3D version of your face. Top companies have tried to produce something similar to Face ID but to no avail.


User-friendly.

Since multiple companies from Samsung to LG and from Huawei to Xiaomi use the Android platform, each set is different from the other in one way or the other. So, if you decided to shoot from an Android handset by Huawei to an LG handset, you might need some time to adjust to the next handset. This is not the case with the iPhone. Whether you go for the latest iPhone model released this year or you go back to the very first models of iPhone, the basic usage is the same. This makes the iPhone easier to use than its Android counterparts.


Faster Speed.

An iPhone would usually be faster than any Android phone. The latest iPhone contains an A12 Bionic chip, which is a far superior technology than any Android device. Samsung’s effort to introduce a faster Snapdragon 855 processor in it's latest Galaxy S10 Plus smartphone is worth applauding. Still, it couldn’t beat the speed and performance of the A12 Bionic chip from the iPhone.


Superior Customer support.

There is no designated customer support for an Android user. If you have any issue with your Android handset, you would need to get in touch with your smartphone manufacturer to solve your issue. The best you can do is try and browse YouTube for a solution to the problem you are facing.
With iPhone, you can always visit the Apple website and browse through their support articles for any issues that you might come across. If the articles could not solve your problem, you can even contact them through Live Chat. And if your problem is not satisfied through Live chat, you can always book an appointment at any Apple store and get everything sorted out.
The Apple logo itself is enough to choose the iPhone over Android. But if you wish to make a comparison, even then iPhone wins the battle at the end. So, stop scratching your head and go for the iPhone every single time.


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