With the release date of the new iPhone8 quickly approaching – as we all know, it is set to flood the market this autumn, you might need a reminder why Apple’s flagship product is actually better than its Android counterparts. So, here we go.
iPhones are generally faster in real world situations
Benchmark tests usually placing iPhone7 and Galaxy 8 at the same level, but there is tons of information online that proves that when it comes to real-time, real-world handling of apps, Apple is ahead of the competition. We think it is safe to assume that would be the case with the new iPhone too.
Let’s face it – Android might be a good OS, but it is made to run on all sorts of hardware. While the iPhone’s software and apps are made in a way that produces optimal results on just one sort of hardware – iPhone’s. So there is no way that the integration of the former would be better than the one of the latter.
Plain and simple – it is easy to use
User friendliness is one of the most important factors when it comes to determining the success of a piece of technology, and we are certain that thanks to its very intuitive interface, iPhone is far better than any Android analogue that you can think of.
Bloatware is one of the most serious problems that Android users face nowadays. On the other hand, if you go for an Apple-produced phone, you will not have a problem with that at all.
Integration with other Apple products
In case you are a Mac user, you will find how beautifully and smoothly your iPhone works with it, thanks to features such as Continuity, Handoff and others. It’s one of the benefits of letting Apple in your home or work environment on all levels.