7 important reasons iPhone has over Android phones.

If you’re using an iphone aa against an android-powered phone here are 10 essential unique features and security you enjoy over your friends using an android device.

7. IPHONE GETS THE FIRST APPS. Apple is first when it comes to getting or lunching brand-new apps

Developers not only build apps first for the iOS ecosystem before Android, they also are better looking and more fluid.

Research by independent design and development agency Infinium also revealed the average Android app takes 28 per cent longer to develop than its iOS counterpart

That’s because, on average, the Android version of an app contains around 38 per cent more code to achieve the same functionality.

As a result, most of the latest and greatest smartphone games and utilities will debut on iOS ahead of Android.

6. QUICKER AND UNIFORM UPDATE
When apples readies a new uodate to its firmware or operating system, it reaches every iPhone, iPad, iPod almost immediately.
This is because Apple has total control over the rollout of its updates. There’s no intervention from network carriers or smartphone manufacturer. So bugs, glitches, security lapses are fixed in time and efficiently.

This is not always the case with android updates as each individual manufacturers has to fine-tune and modify the raw firmware to meet their individual handset’s specifications right from the moment Google releases it.

For instance, Google released the mobile operating system Marshmallow Android 6.0 in October 2015, it wasn’t until February 2016 that the OS foujd its way to Samsung galaxy users.

5. EASY DEVICE-WIDE SEARCH ABILITY
Apple’s Spotlight search is a phenomenal tool.

From any Home Screen panel on your iPhone or iPad, simply touch your finger to the display and drag down to load the search field.

You can then launch a search for almost anything on your device – apps, contacts, phone numbers, messages, GarageBand projects, draft emails, individual tracks available to stream via Apple Music. Spotlight can also search the web, so you don’t have to fire-up a separate app before you kickstart your next Google search.

4. BETTER ADOPTION FOR NEWER TECHNOLOGIES

Since Apple is the only manufacturer making iOS devices, new technologies tend to see a much faster adoption.

For example, the US technology firm introduced biometric security with the Touch ID sensor on the iPhone 5S back in September 2013.

Three years later, Apple no longer sells an iPhone from its Store that doesn’t have a fingerprint scanner.

That consistency in user experience is very appealing to developers – who move quickly to implement and adopt the technology.

In contrast, Android only introduced system-wide support for fingerprint scanners in Marshmallow, which launched in October 2015.

Previously, manufacturers had to implement the technology themselves.

That meant third-party app developers could not guarantee every Android user would have the same experience.

3. SEAMLESS UNIFORMITY ACROSS ALL DEVICES
Since Apple creates both the hardware and software for its devices, they tend to work really, really well together.

Start writing an email, document, text message on one Apple device and you can immediately pick up where you left off from another.

With Continuity, you can also make and receive phone calls from your iPad, iPod touch, or Mac when your iPhone is on the same wifi network.

And following the update to macOS Sierra later this year, you’ll be able to copy something on one Apple device – and paste it on another.

Being able to seamlessly transition between devices in this way is incredibly useful.
And it’s something that’s difficult to recreate when your devices are built from different – and often, competing – manufacturers, running different operating systems.
Since Apple creates both the hardware and software for its devices, they tend to work really, really well together.

Start writing an email, document, text message on one Apple device and you can immediately pick up where you left off from another.

With Continuity, you can also make and receive phone calls from your iPad, iPod touch, or Mac when your iPhone is on the same wifi network.

And following the update to macOS Sierra later this year, you’ll be able to copy something on one Apple device – and paste it on another.

Being able to seamlessly transition between devices in this way is incredibly useful.

And it’s something that’s difficult to recreate when your devices are built from different – and often, competing – manufacturers, running different operating systems.
Since Apple creates both the hardware and software for its devices, they tend to work really, really well together.

Start writing an email, document, text message on one Apple device and you can immediately pick up where you left off from another.
With Continuity, you can also make and receive phone calls from your iPad, iPod touch, or Mac when your iPhone is on the same wifi network.

2. CONSUMER FIRST POLICY. Only recently Apple has started pulling down apps from its app store that are discovered to send the location of its users to third parties.

Nowadays security is of top priorities and Android has not taken steps to curb a plethora of apps on its Play Store that sends the location of its users to other parties without their consent or notice

Apple has already booted lots of offending apps from the App Store and has informed developers through email that their app is not in compliance with sections 5.1.1 and 5.1.2 of the App Store Review Guidelines, which narrate to transmitting user location data. 9to5 mac reported.

1. USB RESTRICTION MODE. This is by far my favourite. The USB Restriction Mode was first spotted in iOS 11.4.

What this feature does is to restrict access to your phone by USB plugging. If you have not unlocked your iPhone for a weak, this feature is tuned on to restrict access to your phone by USB. In simple terms of is BYE-BYE to hacking and unauthorized extraction of your data and files.

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