After the successful launch of 2 new flagships from the 2 Smartphone Giants-Apple & Samsung, we are already looking forward to the launch of the next successors to these hugely popular devices. While Apple’s iPhone 6S is touted to be under production already, Samsung is also rumored to launch new flagships by the end of this year to take Apple head-on. With a lot of hype has already being created beforehand, enough to make people go ga-ga over the launch of these new flagships, for all those who are planning to buy a new phone and are confused between the Apple iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy S6,we bring to you 5 good reasons why you should prefer Apple iPhone 6 over Samsung Galaxy S6.
5 Reasons Why You Should Prefer Apple iPhone 6 over Samsung Galaxy S6
1. More than just specs
While Samsung’s Galaxy range may beat Apple iPhone 6 hands down when it comes to the specification they offer on paper, when tested in real-world scenarios, mind you, iPhone’s are no push-overs. With a A8 64-bit dual-core 1.4GHz processor loaded with 1GB RAM, Apple iPhone 6 offers the best in class performance compared to any iPhone launched till date, mainly due to the optimizations done with the processor to work seamlessly with iOS. Also with the launch of new ‘low-power’ mode, iPhone users are set to enjoy an extended battery backup of upto 3 additional hours once that mode is turned on.
2. Shallower Learning curve for new Users with intuitive UI
Well, being new to a phone and it’s OS may take you some time to get used to all the features and the functions that the device can perform. For this, iOS powered iPhones score better than the Android powered Galaxy S6 because they tend to offer a more intuitive and uncluttered user interface that lets the users feel at home. Be it the revamped search screen that lets you find anything and everything that resides in your phone with a simple query for the same or the use of intuitive app transitions and interactions that lets you fare better through day-to-day functionalities you perform on you phone, iPhone are surely one up on Android run Galaxy’s.
3. Well nurtured App Ecosystem
With the ease to code application for iOS better than that for Android, iOS surely is Developer’s first love. What that means is that every major app gets its first release or update on iOS powered devices viz iPhones and iPads. Also, with the largest pool of apps to choose from, iPhone users always have plethora of options on their hands for performing a specific task with availability of multiple apps for similar purposes.
4. Longer support for Software Updates
One of the main feature that Apple has been haunting Google ever since of is the fact that iOS allows software updates to older devices offering longer rope for old hardware to run the latest OS. Compare this to the Android where only the Nexus and Moto devices get the latest updates from Google while all the other Smartphones need to wait till being prompted to upgrade or otherwise.
5. Apple Pay
Taking a leaf out of Apple’s book, Google launched its NFC-enabled contactless payment system called Android Pay to take Apple Pay head-on. While Apple Pay is already a hit amongst US, it is set to be launched in UK this July with support for more than 70% of all the debit/credit cards that ply in the country. In contrast, Android Pay is still to launch in US and later extend support to UK and other countries. This makes Apple Pay reach out to a larger set of audiences making NFC-enabled payment system a hit among the iPhone users.
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