#1. Ram managementRam management is so good that even after several generations of iPhone they have still managed to rock their phones with the max of 3GB (iPhone 7 plus) of ram without any issues like slow performance or struggles in day to day usage. This proves that it is not all about the hardware part, also the software part should be in perfect sync to provide a fluid workflow.
#2. SecurityAs they own the Kaspersky Internet Security they are pretty good with the phone's app security and also the other known and unknown security threats are treated with seriousness as so many users have their personal and corporate information on the device hence it is most necessary to have a proper security team and treat all the threat as fast as possible.
The iPhone are for those who just want the things to get down, let it be a photographer, businessman etc as they mean real business. iPhone is into straight getting things done and in a faster and easy way. It has the support of all the major applications and compatibility with all the production oriented things let it be music, photography, documents, etc.
#1. CustomizationsPeople who love to change wallpapers, colour, fonts etc. don’t like the iOS as they don’t have many options to play with. Hence they go for android which in turn has tons of options to do so. Also, iOS has no options for any kinds of customization or arrangements as per your usage. No options for arranging the application or changing the fonts as per your liking.
#2 SharingIt is not as easy as when it comes to sharing the things with loved ones let it be music, photos, or any important thing. When it comes to the iOS sharing things becomes a nightmare (older generations). As the newer version are equipped with some sharing options but those are limited to only iOS. But the old versions didn't have any options of sharing which made people with more sharing needs to make a switch to Android.
All the applications are original and include loads of people working day and night to make it more easy to use them as per customers’ requirements. Hence the application needs to be paid for the services and support which they provide. Whereas there are millions of apps that too free on android with developers support.
#3 Paying for apps
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