iOS and Android have been the top dogs in the mobile industry without a shade of doubt. Android and iOS superiority has actually contributed to the downfall of plenty over the years. Don’t mistake this as an oligopoly, though. While the two seem to be conveniently ruling the industry, they also find themselves waging flame wars against one other. Neither one is an all-out champion. However, iOS superiority over Android in various aspects is a bitter truth. Allow us to shed light on how iOS superiority is inevitable before the flames catch the pants of Android fanboys.
User Friendliness At Its Best
Like it or not, not everyone is into rooting and installing custom ROMs for mobile phones to enhance their performance. With Apple iOS, users hardly ever need to think in terms of ‘rooting’ their iPhones or iPads anyway. The fluidity and smoothness in performance of the iOS simply oozes iOS superiority.
The user interface is intricately designed and offers an excellent learning curve. This is why it is ridiculously easy to get used to. It also explains why more and more businessmen acknowledge iOS superiority over Android. This is largely attributed to the simplicity that iOS puts on offer.
Apple’s Closed Quarters Contribute To iOS Superiority
How many times have you heard an Apple iPhone or Apple iPad going bad because of a virus? To date, I have heard of no such thing. Apple iOS deserves credit for keeping its defenses tight against malware and harmful activity.
Beside contributing to iOS superiority this comes at a cost of limiting customization options on iDevices. However, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Android may well suit people who fancy customization and hacking, to some extent. iOS is simply a different horse for a different course.
Quantity Without Compromising Quality Of Apps
Android is slowly and steadily trying to match iOS superiority in terms of apps. However, it more often seems like a case of increasing the ‘number’ of apps rather than the quality. Let’s face it, every Tom, Dick and Harry claims to be an Android developer these days.
This is hardly the case with iOS. Apple has already achieved a milestone with over 25 billion iOS apps downloaded. This, alone, stamps iOS superiority over Android. However, iOS promises quality in its apps (nine out of ten times).
No wonder iOS developers are able to access wider audiences and generate much more significant revenue as a result.
iOS Updates Are Clean As A Whistle
You might be wondering how updates would define iOS superiority over Android, right? They absolutely do matter. With Android, more often than not it comes down to a specific carrier providing the latest updates available for a device. Conversely, iOS promptly delivers updates as if they were an oven hot pizza!
iOS also benefits from less fragmentation of iDevices. This is something that really bothers Android, though. You see, there is an array of Android devices that varies in size, shape, processor speed and what not. Not every one can be tested separately for updates and even if so, the development procedure takes forever to complete.
iDevices are a boon in this regard. Apple clearly knows its products and releases updates accordingly. This goes to explain how some of the older devices are able to run the latest updates. Moreover, in doing so there is hardly ever a case of iOS crashing to pieces or lagging like Android every so often does.
iOS Superiority With Superior Customer Support
In the modern day, short-termism is just not an option. Apple seems to be well-focused on achieving its long term goals. It aims to achieve that by taking customers into confidence in every way possible. An outstanding after sales service plays a crucial part in accomplishing this.
Damaging or completely bricking your Android device can possibly mean the end of the road for you. Even if not the situation involves a lot of ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’ which leave a lot to expect from your carrier. Atleast any such happening to your iDevice won’t put you into panic mode.
You can simply contact for a Genius Bar appointment or carry the device to the nearest Apple Store. Problem solved!