You wake up late one morning, and have to rush to get ready for work. In the process of getting all of your things together, and hurrying to get to your car, you drop your phone. It hits the ground pretty hard, and causes the screen to shatter into a million little pieces, and is unusable. So now you have to stop by the cellular store after work to buy a new phone, but what phone do you buy? People buy iPhones and Android phones to meet their needs; you cannot say a road bike is better than a mountain bike because they the customers have different needs. When you're looking for a new smartphone, choosing an iPhone or Android phone isn't a simple task. So it is best to know what features on a phone best suites you and your needs. While both phones offer a lot of great features, they may seem so similar that it's hard to distinguish between them
If you are someone that is on the phone a lot, wither that be texting, making phone calls, or just spending hours creeping on old friends facebook pages, you need a long battery lifetime for your phone. Because of the variety of hardware used in the Android phones, Android’s battery life is more varied. While early iPhones had batteries that required a charge every day. But with recent iPhone models, it’s easy to go days at a time without needing a charge. Both phones offer ultra-high capacity batteries. So if you don't mind a little extra bulk, there battery life will last much longer.
If you are looking for the biggest screens for smartphones, Android is your choice, but only by a little. It used to be the smaller the better but in recent years, there has been a trend towards super-sized smartphone screens. A new word has been coined, phablet, to describe a hybrid phone and tablet device. Android was the first phablets and continues to offer the most and biggest options. With the debut of the iPhone 6 Plus, Apple has entered with phablet game with a 5.5-inch screen. There are valid questions about if devices this big make for good phones, but they're certainly popular. So, if it is size you are after, Android's the choice, but not by much. Apple’s App Store is the place to be if you want the latest updates on the best apps. Android often plays second fiddle to iOS releases, and sometimes never gets its own version of top-selling iOS apps because of fragmentation. The iPhone has rapidly become a major player in the mobile app video game market, with tens of thousands of great games. The growth of the iPhone as a gaming platform has led some observers to say that Apple is well on its way to overpowering Nintendo and Sony as the leading mobile game platform. The general expectation that Android apps should be free has led game developers interested in making money to develop for iPhone first and Android second. In fact, due to various problems with developing for Android, some game companies have stopped creating games for it all together. So for app savy, or game players iPhones are for you. When you buy an iPhone from the Apple Store it’s the exact same Phone that you would get if you bought it at a cellular store or even at Wal-Mart. But the same Android phone may have a different user experience depending on where you buy