Should I switch to iPhone or stay with Android?

The survey shows that 49% of Android users are considering switching to Apple’s iPhone due to its “perceived superiority” in security and privacy. Additionally, consumers reported feeling more secure using the iPhone 13 Pro Max instead of Samsung’s Galaxy S22 Ultra.

What is the advantage of iPhone over Android?

When it comes to choosing a smartphone, Apple is definitely the first choice. With its elegant design and easy-to-use interface, iPhone is a joy to use. Unlike Android, however, iPhones tend to hold their value better. You will be able to resell them much easier than Android phones. However, Android phones are not that easy to resell, which can be a big drawback for some users.

Despite these drawbacks, the iPhone’s performance is still better than most Android phones. The latest versions of iOS are available on 80% of iPhones, while Android Nougat is only available on 4.9% of Android devices. Android phones have a harder time getting the latest version of Google’s operating system, while iPhones get updated on the first day of purchase. Also, Android phones have more computing power. This means that they can multitask more efficiently than iPhones.

Superior multitasking

No matter how much Apple tries to optimize the iOS experience, multitasking will always be better on the Android side. It’s a numbers game and high-end Android devices come with either 8GB or 12GB of RAM. They can easily keep dozens of apps open in the background. Let me share an example.

I use the OneDrive app on the iPhone XR and Pixel XL. I have enabled the camera upload option on both platforms. On the iPhone, I have to keep the app open in the background for the download process to go smoothly. There is no problem on the Android side. You will also notice frequent app reloads on iPhone compared to a compatible Android device.

Odds and Endgames

Choosing an iPhone is a much simpler affair because you can only choose between different screen sizes and storage options. Consideration of software skin type, support, raw performance, camera options, display quality, and other features come into play when looking for an Android smartphone.


First feature to compare between the two mobile giants; iPhone and Android is the price. It is common knowledge that the Apple brand is a very luxurious brand compared to most of its Android counterparts. Apple products have always been considered as high-end products in the market, especially the iPhone.

When the iPhone X arrived, it took things to a different level with a starting price of $1,000. The iPhone 11 Pro Max starts at $1,100. Other iPhone models include the iPhone 11 starting at $700 and the iPhone SE starting at $400. That makes the iPhone pretty expensive, doesn’t it? Hold that thought.

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