Was it the larger screens that debuted with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, finally bringing the iPhone to parity with Android phablets? Perhaps frustration over the lack of Android software updates? I decided it was time to try iOS for myself.
Where Apple wins
1) Timely software updates
2) Apps still come to iOS first
3) Touch ID is incredibly fast
I've used fingerprint sensors before, but Touch ID feels faster than the rest. I rarely saw the lock screen. A simple press on the home button would turn my screen on and unlock it within seconds.
Where Android still wins
1) Fast charging
I had to charge the iPhone at least once, sometimes twice during the work day.
2) Front-facing speakers
The Moto X Pure is one of a handful of Android devices that include front-facing speakers — a feature I desperately missed.
4) OS-level Google integration
It's scary how much I rely on Google for both work and personal use. While the search giant has all of its essential services on iOS, I miss how everything was integrated with Android.
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