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iPhone Vs Android My Personal Opinion 2022
So, I recently changed from my android device to iOS and things have changed a lot! from the last so many years I have continuously used android devices but in 2022 I switched my primary device to iPhone, and my secondary device is a Realme 6 Pro (Android). I had also posted some articles before about iOS.
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In this article, I am going to talk about all the brilliant things that I found on iPhone that I never experienced on android, and these could be the reasons for an android user to switch over to iPhone.
What is the advantage of the iPhone over Android?
Below I have written Top 7 Advantages of an iPhone Over Android in 2022 according to my opinion:-
1- The first thing is the Ecosystem. When I bought an iPhone, I had a windows laptop. Believe me, you would not want this combination even for your enemy. It’s very simple if you have Windows, then use android and if you have Mac, then iPhone is the best option. A lot of things are there like if I’m getting a call on my iPhone, I can easily receive the call on my MacBook. I can talk there and disconnect the call too, even when my phone is on charging. If I am searching or browsing something on my phone, I can directly pick it up on my Mac and vice versa.
If I am writing some notes on my Mac and I have to go somewhere urgently, I can directly pick up things on my phone. So, these things are there for which you would have to download 3rd party apps on android to function. A lot of times, because of connection issues, these don’t work. But, in iOS, these problems don’t occur. Everything is inbuilt and works perfectly. Apple has created such an ecosystem that once you are inside this system, you won’t be able to leave easily.
2- Next thing is RAM Management. Their RAM Management is excellent. I have used Samsung’s flagship, OnePlus’s Flagship, Realme, Lenovo, etc., and trust me, no android phone comes even close to iPhone’s RAM Management. At least not in all the devices that I have used so far. Simply speaking, trust me on iPhone, no matter how many apps you open in the background, your phone won’t lag even for 1 second. I even tried this unknowingly. For 4-5 days, the app was in the background and I had not opened it again. But, when I opened it, it started from where I had left it off and there was absolutely no lag, no problems at all.
It felt like the app was just kept at the back and just brought to the front. But, this doesn’t happen in android. In all the android devices that I have used so far, if the app is left in the background for some time and we open it, the app gets restarted. Also, if you leave a lot of apps in the background for a long time, it feels like your android phone is sick.
3- The next thing is Family Sharing. And I found this very interesting. Suppose I made a few purchases on my iCloud ID on their app store or iTunes or anything from their ecosystem. I can easily give access to my family. And it’s not necessary that I will have to give them my iCloud ID or that they’ll have to log in with my iCloud ID.
Rather, I can invite them to my family. Simply I’ll put their Apple ID and they’ll get a request and once they accept it, they will get full access to all the apps or digital purchases that I have done. This is called family sharing. Suppose a group of my friends go on a trip, this is a must that everyone should have an iPhone. Only then the iCloud ID will work.
Suppose everyone has clicked photos, now either you can fight over Whatsapp over “send photos, send photos” or use their gallery sharing option. Simply, go to the bottom of the for you option, and here, I have shared an album in the gallery. Like, I have a brother, Naman, and I have shared my album with him. Now, in this, you get a feed-like thing where you can see all the photos that we have shared with each other. First I shared one photo with him, then he shared one with me, then he shared another one with me.
So, basically, a feed-like thing is created for both of us. We can like the photos too. I really liked this system for when you gather a lot of people in one place and share your photos with them. This is much better. And the photos are also in full resolution and space is also not taken up on the phone.
4- Next thing is Zero Bloatware. If you look at it properly, Apple already takes so much money from you that they don’t need to earn extra money from bloatware. But, if you look at budget android phones, be it MI, Vivo, Oppo, or Realme. Basically, phones are cheap but try to give a good experience. In their cost-cutting, they have a major factor included called bloatware.
Basically, some apps which you don’t need but need promotion. So, phones like Realme or Mi take sponsorships from these apps and they preinstall these apps on their phone. They get an advantage there but the user is stuck with unnecessary storage and data collection.
So, Apple doesn’t need any sponsorship but I need them! But, I do! If anyone is watching who would love to sponsor me, please do! You’ll get details in the description below. Some Android apps are such that they install such bloatware apps but Apple doesn’t do such disgusting work. But, some time back such a system came to Apple where the phones were getting slow because of repeated updates. Remember?
5- The next thing is Airdrop. Though it is a small part of the ecosystem life gets so much easier when you can easily transfer any file from phone to device or vice-versa, in a single click.
Truthfully, this has become a big part of my life. Because a lot of work becomes easy with this. I’ll click a photo and with a single click, it is transferred to my laptop where I can make my reel, edit it and transfer it back to my phone. And from here I can upload it on Instagram. So, this is very easy.
This can be done on Android too with apps like Sharelt but this is much faster than any android app which cannot support big files. The problem is a lot of Android apps are such that they are not able to handle bigger files and then connection issue happens.
Earlier, even I thought how would it matter! Sharelt, and Airdrop are both the same things. But this, you have to experience to know it.
6- Next is iPhone’s camera. I am not going to comment anything on the camera or quality because it depends on which phone you are taking and comparing with. But, there are some things that take iPhone’s camera one step further. The biggest thing is the number of lenses used here When you are taking a video or photo, lens switching is very seamless which you won’t see in Android.
Suppose this is an iPhone 13 so in this, we have a telephoto lens and a normal lens. So, when I am shooting and I zoom in and zoom out, it happens very seamlessly. However, when you’re using Android, you get a 1-second stutter when one lens stops and the other lens starts working again. Apart from this, when we click a photo, Suppose I take a picture Here it is written ‘Presto’.
Now, the photo is here. I can simply long press on the text in the photo and the text will get copied. I hope you can see this. Not just that. Even when I long press on the smaller texts, I can easily copy the text. Also, if we have a QR code then we can directly scan the code through the camera itself. In Android, we would have to use a separate app like Google Lens for this. Here, we can scan it directly from the main camera’s interface.
7- The next thing is Gaming Capability. If you look at BGMI, if there are a lot of users, then a slight rendering starts happening in Android phones. This is one of the reasons top streamers use the iPhone and an ElGato Streaming device. Only then flawless 90 fps streaming happens on an iPhone. So, whatever game you put on your iPhone, it runs top-notch. It’s different if the game isn’t available on iPhone only!
8- Next is User Interface. See, I am a recent Android user who switched to iPhone so I have refreshed the experience for now. But, it is true that since 2008 till now, the UI has not changed. It has different pros and cons.
Pros are that whoever switches to iPhone, everyone knows how the phone works and where to find all the settings. But, for Android, there are so many hardware manufacturers that different brands have to look for newer skins. This leads to differences in opinions in people. Like, I like Samsung’s UI or Vivo’s or Oppo’s.
The base is the same but opinions are varied. This doesn’t happen with iPhone. I won’t say anything here because I don’t know in how much time I’ll get bored of this UI. The last thing is OTA Updates. I got to know about this in iPhone that no matter how many iPhones come, you will get updates for at least 5 years. At present iOS 15.5 updates are available on the iPhone 6s. iPhone 6s is 6 years older handset. So, if I buy this today, then I will keep getting new OS updates for up to 6 years at least till my hardware supports it.
But, in Android, forget about getting any support after 2 years. If you do get it, then mostly it’ll be Google’s security patches, nothing else. This is the reason why more than 80% of the devices work on iOS 14 and above. And comparing this to Google and Android’s ecosystem, only 4% of devices have come on the latest Android versions. Rest all work on faded-out, older Android versions.
Now, these were some advantages I felt of the iPhone Vs Android. The fight isn’t between Apple and Android, rather it is on preferences and what you like. Do you want high customizations or want to be able to design everything according to your need? Or want to be able to test out different things?
Or you want a stable phone which you can use for years to come with good quality and I have money to spend over it and if I buy more devices from the same company then I can get better connectivity.
So, if you want these things, then iPhone is best Otherwise, android is better. Till now, I’m not a fan of either Apple or Android. You’ll get to know about this later but if you get any help from this post then don’t forget to, comment your preferences below. I’ll meet you in the next Article! Till then, stay safe, stay sarcastic, and see ya!