1. Better hardware and Software integration
The iPhone 7s, 7s plus, 6s plus introduced a new feature that no Android phone maker could copy, and the iPhone takes it to the next level. The new Home button also leverages the Taptic engine, so it doesn’t physically depress. Plus, you can set the sensitivity level. The 3D Touch display is smart enough to sense pressure, allowing you to take quick actions from the home screen just by long pressing on an app icon. Surely, Android phones have offered haptic feedback for ages, but the Taptic engine in the new iPhones promises to be super efficient.
2. The Better App store
The iPhone app store is still favored by developers as the launch platform of choice for the hottest new apps. The Google Play store gets the hits, but usually after they see their first run on iOS. For instance like instagram, Periscope video streaming app, Vainglory game takes lots of time to launched on Android after they launched for the iPhone.
3. No Bloatware
Bloatwares are unwanted software included on a new mobile device by the manufacturer. In iPhone you won’t find a single piece of carrier software pre-loaded, making for a clean out-of-box experience. Some android manufacturers have gotten better at minimizing the all carrier bloatware into a single folder, but it’s still just crap taking up space on your phone.
4. Apple Pay
Apple Pay is the most popular method for making mobile payments. It’s also dead-simple to use. All you have to do to use Apple Pay is, bring your iPhone close to the supported payment terminal at the checkout counter, then press your finger on your phone’s Touch ID sensor. Samsung Pay can be used in more physical locations, but Apple pay can also be used within apps and now on the web–without having to log in.
5. Best Customer Support and Help
When you have a problem with your iPhone, you can tap into a vast database of useful help articles on Apple’s website, get help via live chat, or you can schedule an appointment at an Apple Store Genius Bar. But Android doesn’t have this kind of direct relationship with its customers.
6. Easiest to use
In iPhone there’s no separate app drawer for your apps and no annoying overlay to get in the way. Pick it up, turn it on, touch the app to open. Some may argument that the lack of change in the look and feel of iOS over the years, but now iOS 10 and Siri are open to developers, and there are customizable widgets on the Today screen. So you can’t really make the argument that the iPhone has limited services.