In 2022, the options for getting a new phone are almost limitless. We have to be realistic and see the panorama, only then can we see that the market is dominated by two competing giants: iOS and Android. It is true that both have characteristics that make them unique and different from each other; however, there are certain peculiarities that overlap those of the bitten apple versus the green Martian. Now, if we ask ourselves which is better between iOS and Android? The answer is complex and will depend a lot on our needs.
That is why in this note we have prepared a list in which we explain the four peculiarities that users who use iPhones can perform, compared to those who have Android. From durability issues, to the speed of the device.
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They have better security
Let’s start with security. We cannot be oblivious and say that Android users are vulnerable to all those dangers that exist, but what we can say is that, compared to Apple, there is a wide difference.
This brings us to focus on the operating system. While iPhone consumers have a closed operating system compatible with the apple ecosystem, Android is the opposite.
In principle, Apple encrypts all user information and keeps policies that block any threat that could put privacy at risk.
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Meanwhile, Android has a more generic design that allows it to be used on devices of different brands, and that, in turn, prevents the security system from being as effective as that of iOS.
It is true that Android also encrypts some data, but it is also true that much of this data is mined by Google, which seeks information to sell better ads and market products.
Also, under a slogan that promises to provide a better digital intelligence experience, many times our privacy could be violated.
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They are faster
For years now, iOS and Android have indirectly competed against each other. If there is no doubt about something, it is that both are fast and that there is no clear winner in this comparison, in addition to the fact that to evaluate the speed we have to take into account the characteristics of the device itself, such as RAM, for example.
If we talk about processing speed, Apple is superior and the answer is very simple. It will only be enough to see the specifications of the latest generation high-end models that exist on both sides.
If we analyze the details of the iPhone 13 pro Max and those of the Samsung S22 Ultra (one of the best on the Android side), we will see that it has 6 gigabytes of RAM, compared to 12 for Android.
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If we test the fluidity of both teams, we can see that in certain aspects one is faster than the other and vice versa, but what is important to highlight is that Apple faces a team that doubles its capacity and everything is answered by the OS.
Your battery lasts longer
If we talk about amperage and battery capacity, something very similar happens with the speed of the device. Apple enters the competition with a smaller battery than those used by Android devices and has a great advantage.
Unlike the previous section, here those of the bitten apple did focus efforts on optimizing the durability of the phone to offer greater autonomy to its consumers.
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The same example happens with the iPhone 13 Pro Max and the S22 Ultra. The first one has 4352 mAh, while the second one has 4855 mAh. A capacity difference greater than 500.
However, the result does not fit the logic, since in tests the iPhone proves to have a longer duration. While the device that uses Android depletes all its battery, the iOS device maintains 15%.
They are easier to use
There is a rumor that iOS is difficult to use due to its complexity, but it is just the opposite. As usual, it is a matter of getting used to it. Android is a brand that will always have variations, since it depends on the company that manufactures the mobile. Although the layout of the menus and the visual are usually very similar, there are differences. We notice this, especially when we delve into some sections of the phone, such as settings and alternate menu.
For Apple users, all this will be simpler, iOS has it much easier. As it is a closed and exclusive operating system for its families of devices, it works much less within its ecosystem.