To mention a few advantages, Google’s alternative provides a more open platform, variety, value, adaptability, and personalization. But, if Android is superior, what keeps iOS customers glued to their iPhones and iPads?
While many claims it’s all about branding and prestige, we feel the reasons go beyond vanity. We are tech enthusiasts first and foremost, and we must admit that there are some things iOS does better than Android. Let us discuss these.
10 Things iOS Does Better Than Android
1. iOS Is Generally Faster And Smoother
After using both systems regularly for years, I’ve found that iOS has fewer hitches and slowdowns. iOS typically outperforms Android in terms of performance.
Given the internals of the iPhone, this appears absurd. The iPhone 13 Pro Max is the most potent Apple smartphone, featuring a six-core CPU and 6GB of RAM. In modern Android handsets, such specs would be considered mid-range at best.
We frequently get caught up in the details and lose sight of what is essential. Powerful specifications do not guarantee performance.
Processing power is more than just cores and speed clocks. It has been demonstrated that Apple CPUs outperform Qualcomm chips. Gary Sims, one of our own, discusses how in detail in his piece.
Whether Apple CPUs are superior or not, what counts most is that io is tailored to perform flawlessly with the few devices produced by Apple. Meanwhile, Android has been lost in a sea of smartphones, tablets, and other devices. OEMs are responsible for optimizing software for hardware, which they frequently fail to accomplish.
Because of Apple’s closed environment, iPhones don’t require superpowerful specifications to compete with high-end Android phones. It all comes down to hardware and software optimization.
Because Apple has complete control over the manufacturing process, it can ensure that resources are used more efficiently. Furthermore, developers must adhere to a stricter procedure when releasing apps, and they are not required to optimize their programs for what appears to be an infinite number of devices.