Are You An Android Or An iPhone User?



Hey there guys. How was your day? I hope you all are doing well. Today we will be discussing an important topic Are you an Android or an iPhone user? iOS vs Android is a war that has been going on for a quite long time. The previous generations of Android were nothing but trash and iPhones were just too expensive.

Now the Android has gotten a lot better and feels premium just like its iOS counterpart. Google is a fast-growing company and they have tried several different things to make the Android OS a lot smoother and feature-rich. The change began with the Android Lollipop in my opinion. Before that Android was pretty garbage and the user interface was too sluggish even for day to day tasks. iOS, on the other hand, was smooth at least for most of the users. Now the fact is that iOS has improved tremendously over it previous generations but Android has grown at a much faster rate. iPhones always were a luxury and at that time higher price meant higher quality.

Android was of sub-par quality but things now have changed drastically. Android is now a lot better. Another gripe most of the early users had was that security was an issue with Android. iPhones were considered a lot more secure than their Android counterparts. But if you see some of the news reports then you would find that Android is now considered more secure than iOS. One reason why Android was considered less secure was due to the fact that malicious attackers always targeted Android because they had a larger user base but Google has become smarter and are now more successful in evading such attackers even though they are still targeted more. There are also many good things going around in the Android world.

I hope you liked my short article. If you have any further insights into the topic then feel free to share it down in the comments section below. Play the quiz as well and don’t forget to share it with your friends and family. I hope to see you in my next article.

“Phones with numerical keypads worked best for dialing phone calls. Incidentally, phone calls tend to be the primary function of a phone. ‘Smartphones’ completely ignore these basic facts, resulting in some of the least intelligent devices I’ve seen yet. Oh the irony.”
― Ashly Lorenzana

“Old media companies will be further challenged in the next 15 years, as a new wave of user-generated content washes over the Internet, thanks to the increasing availability and affordability of portable, digital-based electronic devices. The cameraphones which seemed like such novelties just a few years ago will be in everyone’s purse and pocket a few years from now.”
― Ian Lamont

“When you had your smartphone you were a walking vending-machine of whatever you’d ingested that day’, she told him. ‘It was difficult to talk about deeper things that mattered, because you were constantly distracted by Internet litter. You’re now able to focus and give necessary attention to deeper issues.”
― Tony Reinke, 12 Ways Your Phone Is Changing You

“Every moment of attention we spend scrolling through social media is attention spent making money for someone else. The numbers are staggering: a New York Times analysis calculated that as of 20414, Facebook users were spending a collective 39,757 years’ worth of attention on the site, every single day. It’s attention that we didn’t spend on our families, or our friends, or ourselves. And just like time, once we’ve spent attention, we can never get it back.

This is a really big deal, because our attention is the most valuable thing we have. We experience only what we pay attention to. We remember only what we pay attention to. When we decide what to pay attention to in the moment, we are making a broader decision about how we want to spend our lives.”
― Catherine Price, How to Break Up with Your Phone: The 30-Day Plan to Take Back Your Life

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