8 things Apple’s iOS does better

Apple’s current generation iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max feature the toughest glass ever in a smartphone and are rated IP68 for water resistance up to 4 meters for up to 30 minutes, and are protected against everyday spills including coffee and soda.

“We are tech lovers before anything else, and have to accept there are certain things iOS does better,”

• iOS is generally faster and smoother:

Having used both platforms daily for years, I can say I have encountered way fewer hiccups and slow-downs using iOS. Performance is one of the things iOS does better, most of the time… In fact, it has been proven Apple processors are better than Qualcomm’s… [Plus, there’s] the optimization between hardware and software. Since Apple controls production from beginning to end, they can make sure resources are used more efficiently.

• iOS is super simple to use]

• Timely updates:
Updating software is definitely one of the things iOS does better. If your iOS device qualifies to get the latest update, it will get it as soon as it launches.

• The Apple ecosystem:
Apple products like iPhones, iPads, Apple TVs, Apple Watches, and Mac computers are tightly integrated with iCloud, iMessage, FaceTime, and other in-house services.

• Security:
iOS has more consistent updates for all devices, a closed ecosystem that is harder to penetrate, and a stricter app store. All of these factors combined make it harder for attackers to target iOS users.

• Apple CarPlay:
No matter how many times one gives Android Auto a chance, they will keep going back to Apple CarPlay. Sometimes I carry an iPhone just to use CarPlay in my car! There seems to be no muscle memory with Android Auto, which I believe makes it more distracting while driving.

• Superior support:
Having an iOS phone or tablet sure beats the competition if you ever have a problem with it.

• Resale value:
iPhones, iPads, and other Apple products typically hold their value much better than otherr` products. This means you can sell them for more when it’s time to switch devices. And because Apple products are so popular, they usually sell much faster too.

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Mr Gilbert J Herouxsays...


The one thing I have trouble with Apple stuff is the price for replacement parts on products Apple no longer support.

I can buy a NEW Mother board for a CP laptop for under $100, but for a MacBook, it will coast you over $200 for a USED one.

For a refurbished Mother board for in 17” MacBook Pro I could buy a nice 17” PC laptop.