Educated, illiterate, professional, stay at home moms, all of these have the same thing in common. Majority of them all have some type of smart phone whether it is an Android or IPhone. Fifty percent of American adults have a smart phone (cite this). Smart phones tie into everyone’s life at some point. Whether you are an adult looking to replace your phone or if you are trying to decide what phone to buy your child or mom. IPhone and Android have a great amount of similarities, at the same time they have a great amount of differences. The software and performance, space, user friendliness and cost are all major considerations between the Android and the IPhone.
The Android and IPhone can be two very different devices when it comes to software and performance. Android is an open source, made by google to where the phone maker can put their own twist on it, if they choose. Open source means that the software is open for change. For example, different software includes: jellybean, ice cream sandwich, honeycomb, froyo, éclair, donut, and cupcake (Cupcake, Donut, Éclair, Froyo 1). Google wanted a different name for their software and not just the standard names so they came up with desserts in alphabetical order as their software names (Cupcake, Donut, Éclair, Froyo 1). In essence, you will rarely see two different types of android with the exact same software but the same base of software powered by google (IPhone vs. Android 3). IPhone has a more unified platform; iPhone has Apples software. The software for iPhones are the same on every new iPhone that comes out. It includes the MobileMe, which allows users to sync what is on their phone to their other apple products; that way you do not have to reenter and retype information that is on your phone into your iPad (iPhone vs. Android 3). In contrast Android is made up of mostly Google based software and there is always a tie to google somewhere within the android. Whereas the iPhone has certain