I will never be a fan. After all, fanaticism presupposes unaccountable worship of anything without a chance for criticism. I can not do that. No matter which smartphone I use, I invariably find flaws in it. Of course, someone will say that a pig will find dirt everywhere, but, in my opinion, this approach is extremely erroneous, since it is foolish to ignore the shortcomings, especially if they really exist. Therefore, I bring to your attention my personal top disadvantages Android, because of which I love iOS more.
In my opinion, iOS is more convenient than Android
Why biometrics on iOS are better than on Android
iOS does not limit you in how you verify your identity, unlike Android
It always seemed strange to me that users Android accused iOS of being closed, but at the same time they themselves could not choose a method of verifying their identity. Despite the fact that devices based on the OS from Google have long supported face recognition, and fingerprinting, and scanning of the iris of the eye, the only way to confirm an identity when entering banking applications and contactless payment is just a fingerprint. Even Pixel 4 owners still log in with a password, not a face. There is no such zoo on iOS. There, if a smartphone has a biometric scanner, then it works with everything and everywhere.
Why are quick commands needed
Quick commands greatly expand functionality iPhone
I think this is generally the best feature that has just appeared on iOS. Thanks to 'Quick Commands', I can perform tasks that were previously beyond my iPhone and iPad. They allow you to play YouTube videos in picture-in-picture mode, download photos and stories from Instagram, music from VKontakte, convert documents, automatically find new proxy servers for Telegram and do a lot. much more. On Android there is no such option, and the 'Rules' that Google introduced for Pixel smartphones has an extremely limited range of options.
Why on iOS the folders are named by themselves
Why is iOS able to name folders on its own, but Android not?
I bet you never gave it a thought that on Android they are named 'New Folder' by default when you merge applications into folders, and on iOS they are automatically named as intended applications. For example, if you combine Spark and Gmail, the folder will be called 'Mail', and if the stock application is 'Photos' and 'Google Photos', then 'Photo'. In general, it's not difficult for me to write the name myself, but why should I, if it can be done automatically. But, apparently, this is obvious to everyone except Google, which for some reason does not offer such an opportunity.
How to find a smartphone if the charge is low
If you have lost iPhone, you can find it even discharged through Locator, but with Android – smartphones will be more difficult
The Locator app only appeared on iOS last year, but it really won my heart. It allows you to search for a lost iPhone or MacBook, even if it is disconnected from the network, and its battery is dead. It turns out that the devices Apple reserve a small amount of energy in reserve, and then simply send out a distress signal to the iPhones of passing users. They may not even know that their smartphones act as transmitters, but since this does not violate their privacy, this technique turns out to be super-convenient, since it makes it pointless to steal strangers iPhone. All that Android offers is to locate the lost device, but only while it is connected to the network and charged.