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Why Does People Respect iPhone Than Android?

Since the platforms’ inception more than a decade ago, many people have argued over which is superior: the iPhone or Android. To settle the question once and for all, I will explain why the iPhone is superior. This is not because I dislike Android; rather, I think both platforms have their advantages and disadvantages, and that the choice between them ultimately comes down to personal preference.

I guess the first thing that springs to me when I think of the power of IOS is:

User Interface/Experience

I think IOS does a wonderful job of keeping things simple enough that everyday people can pick up an iphone or ipad without a complicated interface like Android devices, and that’s why Apple is so good at developing tech goods for non-tech people. It’s not a question of smart and stupid, people will always choose a product which is convenient to use, and the fact that Android’s interface varies depending on the hardware it’s running on is one of the reasons why some people have trouble getting their heads around it.


The fragmentation of the Android ecosystem is another major drawback of using an Android smartphone, especially when compared to the eight iOS devices currently on the market. This disparity has far-reaching consequences for many areas of daily life. The first is that Apple’s iOS consistently outperforms Android, to the point that the $400 iPhone SE is quicker than the $1,400 Samsung Galaxy Note 8. It’s a Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, The problem is in-fragmentation, which forces chipmakers like Qualcomm to create a single chipset that can power thousands of unique Android devices. In contrast, Apple builds specialized processors geared to support its own custom hardware, which in turn runs its own proprietary operating system. Since Apple designs its own hardware, software, and chipsets, it is able to get much better performance out of its hardware than Samsung or any other Android manufacturer. This is why Android devices with more RAM than IOS devices are weaker than IOS devices despite having more RAM: Qualcomm, the chip manufacturer, and Samsung, the smartphone manufacturer, are not on the same page when it comes to optimizing Android.

Optimization of Applications

You may have also noticed that the IOS has a wider selection of high-quality, low-cost apps than Android does. This is due to the fact that developers prefer making apps for the IOS rather than Android, as doing so allows them to focus on optimizing their apps for the large number of iPhones and iPads all running the same version of iOS, rather than the thousands of Android devices with wildly varying screen sizes, skins, softwares, etc. Because it is considerably more difficult to pirate software on a closed platform like IOS than on an open source platform like Android, developers make more money off of app sales on IOS. While compared to Android, which often only receives upgrades after two years, the latest versions of IOS may be used on devices that were introduced as long ago as five years ago.

Interoperability of Electronics

The final advantage of IOS is that it works flawlessly with other Apple products; Google tried to do this by releasing its own tablets in addition to the Chromebook and Pixel, but those tablets were a complete failure and were eventually discontinued; Microsoft tried to do this by releasing its own Windows phones in addition to the Surface line of computers and tablets, but the Windows phone line was a complete failure and was eventually discontinued; and Samsung is trying to do this with its Galaxy line of smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches.

So, people, that’s all I have time for today. IOS users, I hope you enjoyed this, and Android users, if you’re interested, I have another essay titled “Why Android Is Better than iphone” that you can see on my profile.

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