There is a lot of excitement in the media and social media as iPhone and Android users claim the best in its category when it comes to mobile technology. If you look at it from a production perspective, both devices have their own differences and similarities. However, depending on the different categories in which they serve, there is always someone who is competitive. We will look at each cell phone in each category we have selected to determine which one is the best. The most frequently asked questions in this smartphone saga are: Login to features, take pictures, make calls, manage storage, entertain users and lastly, engage social media.
Signing in to a person’s device can be the first test of patience and tolerance because it is the first thing we do before using other phone features. The iPhones TouchID sensor technology is considered to be the safest way to allow authorized users to access this device as each fingerprint is unique to each person in the world. Although Android users have similar technologies, iPhones are the true patent leaders when it comes to this feature.
In comparison to closers, Android has smart screen lock technology that uses face recognition to allow access to the device but in many cases this proves less security than the TouchID feature. While this acknowledges that the iPhone is the preferred option in this category, there may be other features that Android users like such as making calls.
Now that social distance is becoming a new trend, “Facetime” calls have proved their worth over and over again, iPhone users are smiling and chewing on this feature. With its popularity in the category, Android users close the gap by using other apps like WhatsApp to connect almost to their contacts. However, it is not the same as “Facetime.”
Contrary to the past, Android technology boasts a feature of ease of use that is considered superior compared to the iPhone. All contacts are arranged in the order of the latest and most common calls. This convenient feature allows for easy retrieval and remembering calls. However, one might say; “who needs that when you can put your face on the phone!”
Selfies and Snap Shots
And when it comes to face-to-face photography, photography is believed to be the first factor for many smartphone users. The iPhone also seems to be leading the way when it comes to capturing times with accuracy and quality. While both share their pros and cons according to the abilities of their users, one thing stands out: image editing and retention. Unsurprisingly, Android is designed to surpass the iPhone in that category as Google Photo stores photos and behaves.
Storage plays a big part in data collection and one can give the feature big points when deciding which device to use. If someone is a photographer, photographer or entertainer who thinks of an inexpensive device that can handle data, they are more likely to opt for an Android smartphone. Why, because it doesn’t need to be upgraded when the file storage capacity expires. There are expandable SD cards and cloud storage available.
In a different light, the iPhone has its share of cloud storage options by having its file on iCloud. This is similar to Google Photo but the difference with their internal storage is that it does not have SD usage space and once users have exceeded their portable storage capacity, they should upgrade their smartphones to a newer and more updated device. If someone is fun and able to do this, it is a wise suggestion to get an iPhone because the next feature surpasses all other features!
Videos and music attract a high percentage of smartphone users and it is important to have a device that brings quality and accuracy. The iPhone speaks louder when it comes to punching. According to CNN Business Magazine, the iPhone is the first tool for the unlimited and consistent music platform for its users. However, the difference with Apple’s iPhone platform is that music is not free while Android users enjoy free music knowing we are all supported by ads.
To find the winner in this category, we look at the quality of the delivery and as entertainment speaks for itself, the iPhone drops its microphone and announces the win.
While the iPhone is announcing its dominance in entertainment, Android is challenging the opposition when it comes to social media communication. This becomes a shocking reality due to unrestricted access from the low cost of Android.
Contrary to this, the iPhone is known for putting a lot of holes in the pockets of consumers. However, there is a line of demarcation when it comes to new features and improvements and if one does not have an iPhone, one may fall behind in the technology sector.
In the business world, new apps are emerging every day to improve branding. If a person is a communications manager, he or she may need to be smartly equipped with the latest devices to manage his or her market. The iPhone surpasses Android when it comes to meeting these technology requirements. However, when it comes to ease of communication and easy-to-use benefits, we can say without a doubt that Android stands out.
According to CNET, both the iPhone and Samsung have sold the market in terms of features and benefits to their users. Another article from CNET explained that depending on the phone a person uses to communicate with their partner, communication holds the key to their future love life. This means that whatever we use to communicate, culture, tradition and expectations play a very important role in determining which is the most effective communication.
The sign-in feature opens up a lot of promises to its happy user but both phones get memorable moments in different descriptions