Android and iOS have been dominating the market in the recent years where they have tried to compete well with each other. These two platforms have been utilized primarily as the mobile technologies improvised in devices such tablets and smartphones. Android apparently happens to have attracted a bigger crowd than the iPhone. But this is not to say the Google platform has nothing to learn from the iPhone. In this article, we look at a few areas where the iPhone just happens to be doing better than Android. Both platforms have some things in common. For instance, you can tap, swap and also zoom your applications very easily using these two operating systems. Software makers and electronics manufacturers happen to have perfected the art of copying each other. This can be one off the reason, to an extent, why both Android and iOS share a number of prominent similarities. Generally, the Apple apps store seems to have better applications than Google’s Play Store. Most developers tend to prefer iOS development as opposed to Android. Although the subsequent financial motivation plays a role, iOS just seems to be attracting some very interesting development talent. For call features, iOS has better apps compared to the Android Operating System. With Android, you can send self-composed messages which are sent as auto-replies the moment you don’t pick a call. The iOS has an ability of replying a phone call using a text message rather than answering the call. On voice commands, iOS has a way of responding to spoken commands and also the dictations for emails and texts. The app used for this is called Siri. Siri’s features can also enable one to read interesting sport news and do other handy things on an iPhone. Android also uses this app but not in a better way than the iOS. When it comes to social networking, iOS makes it possible for Facebook users to update their statuses and also upload images much more easily.
What's my model number?
There are several ways to locate your model number:
- Option 1
- On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
- Option 2
- Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
- Option 3
- Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool