We’ll explain 15 reasons the iPhone is better than Android with a fresh 2015 iPhone vs Android comparison.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus deliver an upgraded experience that combines with iOS 8 to overcome many previous areas where Android provided a better experience. In 2015, the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, and LG G4 arrived with amazing cameras and features that closed the gap again. Picking a winner is not as easy as saying iPhone is better than Android or iOS is better than Android Lollipop.
You need to learn what the iPhone does better and how Apple delivers a better experience than Android to see if an iPhone is the best smartphone for you in 2015.
Find out why the iPhone is still better than Android in 2015.
Even if you think you know which phone is best, you might be surprised to learn about all the reasons the iPhone is better than Android.
iPhone Apps Are First and Better Looking
Most of the popular apps are on both platforms, but many top games and apps still come to Android first. Spotify recently introduced Spotify Running for the iPhone and this is not the only app that you cannot find on Android.
When apps are available on iPhone and Android we still often see a better design on the iPhone version than on Android.
Apps are an area where the gap is closing, but as a group who switches back and forth between iPhone and Android daily the differences still exist.
Fast iPhone Updates for All
iPhone owners enjoy quick and regular iOS updates for the iPhone no matter what carrier they use and
Android updates take months to arrive on all the devices. After an Android device is 18 months old, you may need to wait for a new Android smartphone to get the latest software.
The iPhone still gets updates faster no matter which carrier you use.
Apple delivers iPhone updates to devices that are three years old, and rumors suggest Apple may even push that out one more year with iPhone 4s iOS 9 support in 2015.
On top of the added update support, Apple does not allow carriers to hold up the updates. As soon as the update is available from Apple it is available on every carrier.
Works Great with All Your Devices
If you own an iPhone, iPad and Mac your information flows smoothly from one device to the other. You can quickly sync photos to all of your devices, answer a phone call on your iPad or Mac and send text messages from your other devices. There is also support for Handoff that allows you to start a task on your iPhone and continue on your iPad or Mac.
The iPhone works great with the iPad and Mac.
Overall the connectivity between these devices is something Android doesn’t yet match without relying on a collection of third-party applications and services to hodgepodge together a similar feature.
Sharing a file from your iPhone to your Mac is also faster and easier thanks to AirDrop. This built-in service sends the file wirelessly directly to the Mac, even when there is no other WiFi around.