By Sisqo Berrios
Have you ever been asked what phone you have? Many of us who have been to a phone company store have seen many different devices and brands. When we go to these stores, we try to choose the phone that is best for us, whether it’s for work or to be up to date on trends. The iPhone vs. Android debate has been a big topic between many people, especially teenagers. There are some qualities these two devices and brands share, which are touch screen, apps you can use and of course calling and reaching out to others. Even though there are many similarities some say the difference is quite big. Some examples are the emojis, camera quality, and music.
Apple has the iPhone which many younger people select because it’s a trend. iPhone has FaceTime and were the ones who brought emojis back into trend. iPhones are also considered the easier phone to use. Even better Apple provides the new updates to iPhone so their customers can update their own phone. iPhone also has some cons on the list. One of the big ones is their screens crack easily, which is one reason why many customer prefer android at times because of how delicate iPhones are.
Androids have many different brands, including Samsung, Windows, LG, and even Google Pixel, with Samsung Galaxy being one of the most used. Androids were the first to have many of the features that iPhones have now like being waterproof, having full screens, and being made of better materials. With Androids you have to know which phone to use because not all Androids have the same things. Some cons about Androids are that it’s hard to find good music apps and if you don’t have a Galaxy Note then your camera quality isn’t really that good.
Both phones have positives and negatives and the most important thing is to do your research and find the right phone for your needs.