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When you\'re looking for a new smartphone, choosing an iPhone or Android phone isn\'t a simple task. While both phones offer a lot of great features, they may seem so similar that it\'s hard to distinguish between them. This article will show you the difference between Android and iPhone.

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Difference betweenAndroid and iPhone

When you are going to buy a new smartphone, you may be in a dilemma. You are

considering buying a new iPhone 6s/6/5s or an Android phone such as Samsung, LG,

HTC, Moto, etc. For Apple fans, mere of them will switch from iPhone to Android.

ForAndroid loyalists, the same, the experience of using an iPhone first time is awful.

But what’s the real difference between iPhone and Android? Here’s a quick rundown

of the five most obvious points of their differences.

1. Closed systems vs. open systems

“Closed” vs. “Open” means a lot, from the source code to the app store to how many

third-party apps you can install.

Apple’s iOS is closed-source. iOS devices users greatly benefit from having software

that is highly optimized for the specific hardware it runs on. This produces systems

with superior size/battery life/performance tradeoffs and, often, a better user

experience. But the unfortunate truth is that you will encounter many restrictions that

I explain in the next several points.

Android is “open” in a variety of ways. If you desperately want custom ROMs for

your phone and want to mess around with this sort of thing, Android is for you.

2. User Control

The single greatest advantage to owning an Android mobile device is its

customization. The Android open source gives third-party app developers the chance

to create a wide range of add-on functionalities for yourAndroid phone.

Though the only applications that can be downloaded to an iOS device are those that

come from the Apple App Store, iOS device users have better users experience for the

pre-installed apps.

3. Software upgrades

Although Google does update Android frequently, many users find that they do not

receive the updates on their phone. Even when an upgrade is offered, it is usually

several month of the release of the new version Android OS.

In this aspect, iOS has its advantage. iOS upgrades are generally available to majority

iOS devices. Users can update their iPhone to the latest iOS immediately after the


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4. Device Selection

A wide range of Android devices are available at different brand, price, size and

hardware capabilities. The iOS devices are comparatively limited, regardless of in

term of the size, models, or price.

5. Security and Privacy

The most widespread malware on Android is the sending of personal information to

unauthorized third parties. App developers take advantage of “Permissions” when

people install an app to request a lot of user information.

However, malware writers are less likely to write apps for iOS, due to Apple's review

of all the apps and verification of the identity of app publishers. So for security and

privacy, iOS wins.

The Bottom Line: Choosing between iOS andAndroid

I understand that you still cannot decide to buy an Android phone or an iPhone, as

both of them have their obvious pros and cons. In my opinion, if you want to enjoy

highly customizable user experience, choose Android. But if you your phone work

more smooth and quick, iPhone is ideal. No matter which phone you finally buy, you

must consider transferring files from your old phone to new phone. Whether you want

to transfer contacts from iPhone to new Android phone or transfer contacts, music,

videos, photos etc. fromAndroid to iPhone FonePaw Mobile Transfer is so helpful.

Just enjoy your new phone.

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