Smartphone is not a stranger and has become a trend in itself, where anyone who has it certainly feels they can reach everything with a smartphone. For now, the smartphone operating system itself is divided into 2 types, both of which are equally well known and very influential in the development of the mobile world, iOS and Android. Both of them become material for public discussion that each OS has advantages and disadvantages of each.
Before you have a smartphone, of course you have to know what the benefits and uses are, don't just go along with it or make it look cool to have an expensive smartphone but it doesn't suit your needs. Here we will discuss the differences between iOS and Android so that you understand what kind of operating system you need. Here are some iOS and Android differences that you need to know about:
To buy a smartphone, generally this is very much compared to the public. This comparison is very striking and significant, and most everyone knows that iOS produced by Apple is very different from Android which was originally produced by Google and is now venturing into various factories. Actually it is not comparable when comparing between these two iOS, but for now we need to discuss so that you better understand.
In terms of price, surely the iPhone has an unusually high price compared to Android, which is around 5 million and above while Android itself can be reached by the wider community, around 1.5 million and above. This is because Apple products that only release one to two new models / types each year, are very different from Android which is very diverse in types and the type depends on the factories that operate. The price is also still determined by Apple's iPhone, while Android depends on their respective manufacturers and tends to be cheaper than Apple products.
The quality of the iPhone is no doubt, more resilient and reliable. IPhone brand smartphone itself is only produced by Apple and never produced by other manufacturers. The products it offers are only iPhone brands only. And applications that are on the iPhone are very limited and reviewed by Apple. This causes the applications on the iPhone to be of higher quality and better. Unlike Android, which makes it easy for application developers to register it on the Play Store. You may download an application that is ugly and not what you want to make you become annoyed because of it.
From this point of view, actually the two are not much different, with equally attractive and good looks, it's just because the price and quality of the iPhone tends to be more memorable than Android. This is because Apple itself has a Quality Checker at its factory, starting from the materials used, applications that are applied, to the enhancements sold in the iPhone Store. Very different from Android which is usually more mass produced and done by many factories in the world. This is what makes Android seem cheaper.
4. Share Data
For iPhone users, it must be quite annoyed with this one right? In fact, many users know this one product as UnSos or not social. Because data from iOS cannot be shared via Bluetooth to other Android smartphones. This weakness might cause an exclusive iPhone and become its own advantages because in general iPhone cellphones are more difficult to be exposed to things like viruses, malware or other things that can damage files, data or systems from the OS. If you are an Android user, you will definitely know things like this, where you are opening a site and then suddenly another unwanted site opens and makes your smartphone infected with a virus, etc.
The difference between iOS and Android in terms of memory. When you choose a product from the iPhone, you will definitely be more careful in choosing the memory because this product does not issue extra like external memory. Everything is internal and available in various capacities, namely 8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB. Unlike the case with Android, each of each product has an internal memory and can be added with external memory up to 32 GB. In this case, Android products are indeed superior to iOS.
Yes, for this one, of course smartphone users can already feel the difference. For photos from the iPhone better and sharper because Apple itself always presents a high-resolution camera and light capture sensor which is very influential on the quality of the images being photographed. In addition, the iPhone is also equipped with a Digital Signal Processor that functions to adjust the color of the image, adjust the brightness of the image and tone mapping. This technology causes the camera on the iPhone to be used to replace a DSLR camera that both uses this technology and because it feels very easy and practical to use. In contrast to Android, which is generally produced depends on the needs of the user, for example on the Android Oppo F1s, which features the front camera for selfies. And not all products from Android Oppo have a front camera feature that is owned by the F1s series.
7. Compatible With Computers
In this case, the iPhone is very spoiled because if the memory is used up, you have to find a way out so that the data can be backed up to another memory or to the computer. The application on a computer that is used is definitely only one, namely iTunes. An Apple's application that is operated on a computer and functions as an intermediary for files, images, videos, music, and other data into the computer. This is actually quite troublesome for users because they have to install the special application, in contrast to Android which is enough to only connect with a USB cable, it is directly connected to a smartphone