The iPhone has been popular for years; however, the Android Smartphone quickly followed its release. There are many benefits to each, and there are so many people who will vouch for one in particular. The iPhone has a much different interface and operating system from the typical Android phone, which sets it apart in many beneficial ways.
1. Internal Memory and Storage Capacity
The iPhone is a big work horse when it comes to music, movies, and photos. The iPhone is built for media, meaning it has tons of internal memory. Each new generation of iPhone offers more and more memory, to support the needs of its users. It’s not uncommon to find most android phones only offering 1/10 of the memory of the iPhone. Also, with the popularity of applications and programs that are available for the iPhone, you must have adequate storage space for data. There’s nothing more annoying than running out of memory on your phone!
2. Battery Life Improved
Battery life is a significant concern in the world of smart phone owners. When the iPhone was relatively new, its battery life was not impressive; in fact, it was a letdown. Over the years, Apple has worked hard to improve it. Now, the iPhone’s battery life is one of the best available, making it that much stronger against its competitors.
3. More Apps Versus Android Market
The Apple store for iPhone has a much broader range of apps and downloads compared to the Android Market. When a business, developer, corporation, or any other application provider develops an app, they lean their release towards the iPhone. The iPhone has a much larger buzz than Android devices; meaning app developers prefer to release their products on the larger platform. Applications are an absolute life saver! You can download games to eliminate boredom, how-to apps to figure out your new gaming console, or even “cheater” apps that can help you to plan a perfect date night, pick all of the right things to say to friends and family, or even find mother’s day presents and craft ideas that your mother would love.
4. Durability and Quality of Design
One of the best features of the iPhone is its durability. The iPhone can withstand rough housing much better than many Android phones. The screen is built to withstand more pressure, making it harder to crack or break. It is also less susceptible to scratches and blemishes. The casing of the iPhone is also very strong, protecting the delicate structure inside. The iPhone also has many different types of cases on the market, to further protect your phone. Many Android phones have AMOLED screens to reduce battery consumption; which are much easier to break. The iPhone wins again.
5. Accessibility and Language Support
The iPhone is much more accessible for those who are unable to see very well, and for those who speak languages other than English. Android does not support very many languages, which is an incredible downfall. The iPhone has an easy to use zoom feature, so those who cannot see very well can zoom in instantaneously. It also offers a multitude languages; even a handwriting input for the Japanese, Chinese, and many other languages. With the broad capabilities of the iPhone for global users, it is clearly the preferred choice by many.
So glad about improved battery life!