10 Reasons Why Android Is Better Than iPhone

Ten Reasons Why Android Is Better Than iPhone

Android and iPhone have a strong competition in the smartphone market, although both platforms have their pros and cons but both are still maintaining a loyal fan base. However the Android OS holds a ton of advantages over the iOS, which makes it better and more preferable by the users. Therefore, today we are looking at 10 reasons why Android is better than iPhone.

1-Removable Battery

10 Reasons Why Android Is Better Than iPhone - Removable BatteryThe most important reason of why android is better than iPhone is “Removable Battery”. Many Android smartphones provide the users with the ability to remove the battery from their smartphones. This is helpful if you want to restart your device once it hangs, or you feel like replacing your old battery with a new one. However, unlike the Android smartphones, iPhones do not have the option of removing a battery. So if your battery gets damaged you have to get a new iPhone instead of new battery.

2-Chargers

10 Reasons Why Android Is Better Than iPhone -ChargersAll the Android smartphones can be charged with the same USB data cable, which can also be used to connect the phone with the computer. However each Apple smartphone device requires a unique or a different cable to charge the iPhones, this means that the Apple iPhones cannot be charged with the same cable, and each device requires a different cable to charge them. That’s why android is better than iPhone.

3-Widgets

10 Reasons Why Android Is Better Than iPhone -WidgetsWidgets and widget customization are a new feature for iPhones, but the widgets have been a part of Android for several years now. This means that Androids widget customization options or more immense. You can place any widgets you want on your home and lock screens, the options and possibilities are immense. This level of customization is not available yet on iPhones. This is also a mail reason of why android is better than iPhone

 
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Ali Shah

Ali Shah

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