Almuhannad Alrabia

Topics: IPhone, Mobile phone, Facebook Pages: 1 (284 words) Published: April 15, 2013
IPhone vs. android

First, some people are confused of what they should buy from the market, an iPhone or an android? Some people would argue that the two are different in many ways. But when looking closely at the new iPhone 4s and the Android sells you can see that there are minimal differences. In this research I am going to state the similarities and differences of these two software’s. This research will include the screen size and definition, the processer, and the operating system of each (e.g. texting, images, voice recording, etc.) Second, the iPhone and Android both have high definition screens in their own way. The Android has a 4.8 inch screen which was the first high definition screen for galaxy. However the iPhone for instance has a 3.5 inch screen with retina display. The both have great technology but due to the original iPhone screen, it gave more clarity and brightness. Some customers prefer a larger screen while others prefer more detailed images. Third, the iPhone’s icon interface is simple to understand and to operate. The rows of icons allow easy access to all of the downloaded applications and preloaded icons. The iPhone’s pull down notification system allows you to see what updates you have for your applications, social networking sites, and keeps you up to date on weather. On the other hand Android phones interface system allows you to do more from the notification system. When in the notification area of some of the HTC Android phones you can change the phone settings and switch between applications. Android phones use widgets that allow you to switch between different applications and see different information on one screen.
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