iOS is really a mobile operating-system developed and written by Apple Inc. It was originally released in 2007 for that iPhone, iPod Touch, and Apple TV. iOS comes from OS X, that it shares the Darwin foundation. iOS is Apple’s mobile version from the OS X operating-system used in Apple computers.
Why People choose iOS Instead of Android?
Apps are overall higher quality. They do more, crash less, and are generally more aged than the Android Apps.
There tend to be more apps. Not as big an offer as it was previously, however, many businesses are still supporting only iOS.
Usability overall better. This is subjective, but I still can’t stand Android’s usability overall just as much. It feels clunky when compared with iOS and merely isn’t as smooth to scroll around, or use and things just seem better considered on iOS. I know many individuals who have the opposite, though, so that your milage can vary.
Integration along with other Apple devices (my iPhone runs my Apple TV, for example).
More third-party accessories. Generally iPhone, due to the standard connector, includes a much better third-party accessory market, including being included in many new cars.
Stores offer more help. Compare the experience of walking into an Apple store and becoming help vs. walking into an AT&T or Verizon one (I’m usually told to sign in to the store at AT&T and wait my turn, only one small illustration of how the Apple stores get it done better).
More bleeding edge apps. The photo above is of Otavio Good, author of WordLens, that translates Spanish to English and the other way around. His app, and several other “bleeding edge” examples are just available on iOS.
Only developers care, however the tools and consistency of iOS platform makes it easier to build up on. They also let me know it’s simpler to monetize apps around the iOS platform. They let me know that they need to perform a lot more testing of numerous devices on Android platform which that platform has fragmented a great deal. Which is why we still see better apps on iOS.
No bloatware. My Samsung Galaxy S included 52 icons. The iPhone includes a fraction of this many.