The two types of cellphones
lphones that are being marketed is the IPhone and the Android Phones. Each of these cellphones have their own operating systems. The iPhone runs iOS, which is made by Apple. Android phones run the Android operating system, made by Google. … iOS only runs on Apple devices, while Android runs on Android phones and tablets made by a number of different companies.
When choosing which phone type that you want, there are a lot of thing to look at before you make that decision. Lets take a look at the current phones on the marked. Here are some reasons the a person might choose the IPhone.
- iPhones are faster. If you’re thinking of buying a newer iPhone, know that the A12 Bionic chip inside beats anything from the Android camp.
- Better hardware and software integration. Animoji and Memoji are other examples of Apple hardware and software working seamlessly together. Samsung’s equivalent, AR Emoji, seems like a half-baked effort by comparison.
- Easiest phone to use. Despite all the promises by Android phone makers to streamline their skins, the iPhone remains the easiest phone to use by far. Some may lament the lack of change in the look and feel of iOS over the years, but I consider it a plus that it works pretty much the same as it did way back in 2007. Pick it up, turn it on, touch the app to open.
- OS updates when you want them. If you own a compatible iPhone, you can update to the latest version of iOS on the day it’s released (or close to it, depending on how Apple’s servers stand up to the strain). This dynamic isn’t going to change anytime soon.
- If you own a compatible iPhone, you can update to the latest version of iOS on the day it’s released (or close to it, depending on how Apple’s servers stand up to the strain). This dynamic isn’t going to change anytime soon.
- No bloatware! Samsung and others have gotten better at minimizing the pain for users by lumping all carrier bloatware into a single folder, but it’s still just crap taking up space on your phone.
The Android phones give you a broader choice of devices. It also gives its apps more freedom – you can get screen recorders and call recorders on Android that Apple doesn’t allow on the iPhone, for example. … You might choose Android if you want to switch between a lot of devices regularly, rather than just devices made by Apple. Below are some of the reasons to chose the Android Phone.
- Affordability: Apple has always been at the high end of the market in terms of pricing.
- Android apps: 2.5 million. iOS apps: 1.8 million
- App Store: It’s difficult to organize millions of apps and games and neither Google’s Play Store or Apple’s App Store does it perfectly. Overall, we think Apple’s App Store provides a better browsing experience on your phone and does a better job with curated recommendations. The Play Store is easier to search and you can queue and install apps from the web browser on your PC or laptop.
- Battery life and charging. For a long time, Android had an advantage in the charging department, because many Android phones offered fast-charging capabilities and wireless charging. However, Apple IPhone 11, IPhone X, and even the IPhone SE adopted wireless charging and fast charging, so they’re not that far behind. It’s worth noting you have to buy the fast-charging adapter separately for some iPhone models, whereas it’s usually provided in the box with an Android phone.
The choice is up to you. Both phone have advantages and disadvantages. In the society that we live in we can’t live without them. Chose the one you like best. The cost is the biggest difference.