iOS is traditionally considered to be more optimized and efficient from the point of view of the performance of the operating system compared to Android. This is due to the tight integration of hardware and software optimization platform for a specific hardware. Recently, however, Apple is less and less attention to the old iPhone model and optimizes the software only for the new devices.
Browser resource Mobile Review I am sure that over the past two years Apple device has lost a major advantage over Android devices in the form of code optimization. The company should pay more attention to the testing of the operating system on older devices, if it wants to compete with Google.
I remember the days when Apple users condescending look at the owners of Android, where everything slows down and is discharged in half a day. It’s amazing how much has changed the situation since then.
I started quite late to use the iPhone, it seems after the death of Steve jobs. But I have a home iMac and in conjunction with the iPhone he has a lot of advantages, plus I really like the design of iOS, in my opinion it still looks better than the same Material in Android. Today I want to talk about it.
My main camera — the iPhone 6, I use it when I have nothing to test. Approximately 40% of the time. During this time, I’m used to iOS, its features and services. I like that I have a shared library and notes on macOS and iOS, I can select text on the Mac, press CMD + C and paste it on the iPhone etc
But there is a thing that I was very upset with the new iPhone. In a recent presentation, Apple CEO Tim cook showed a graph in which the indicators updates to iOS are much higher than Android. But I forgot to add one important detail. Older devices sometimes slow and downright blunt with each new update. The same Nexus after each update it only gets better. Well, two or three years later, it is possible to extend the life of using custom CyanogenMod.
The second is the battery life. I’m working on a review of Asus Zenfone 3 and LeEco Max Le 2, and so, both smartphones are not only working in half to two times longer, but also are charged the same amount faster. Little over an hour I get a 90% charge.
Don’t know how it happened, but over the past few years the iPhone seems to have lost the two important advantages over Android is the speed and time of work. And I, as a loyal Apple user, this is very frustrating.