iPhone Vs. Android: The iPhone took the world by storm when it first came out. When the iPhone first hit retail stores it was the phone of choice since no phones can be compared to it in terms of appearance and functions.
Today there are other devices that are just as attractive as the Apple iPhone 5S and this has meant that people now have plenty of choices such as Windows and Android phones. It is then that people take notice of inconveniences that are in iOS and the iPhone.
iMessaging for instance has issues that stem from it being enabled by default. While this looks at first as though it makes life easier for people, if they choose to move to another phone then their contacts will still be trying to reach them through iMessage. Another issue with it is that it is slow.
Control center cannot be controlled easily on iOS and it has been said that it is something of a flop. The only things users can toggle is the Airplane mode, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and silence notifications along with lock screen rotation.
The ring tones are a pain on iOS and it is only when you see Android or Windows handsets that you realise this. It is easy to choose a song as a ringtone and once you have bought it then you don’t have to buy it again if you want to make a ringtone out of it. It doesn’t matter if you bought it in the music store of iTunes.
iTunes App store is one of the largest in the world and it is feature rich for mobile apps. However Apple hasn’t managed to offer a way for apps on iPhone to work with other apps that you have downloaded. While Android apps typically work with one another. Windows phone also takes you further and allow their apps in the store to work with the interface and work with the OS.
Android uses the standard USB connector while Apple has brought out their own connector and this means that accessories are limited with iOS while with Android you can use any accessories that have a USB connection.