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Switching From Android To iPhone? Here's 5 Big Reasons Not To
While Apple products have a certain level of personalization features, they are nowhere near as in-depth as those found on Androids.
Not only will you have more wallpaper options, but Androids will give you the freedom to download your favorite launcher, font pack, app themes, widget size, and more.
Apps & Sideloading
Apple’s App Store has over 1.5 million apps, but the Google Play Store boasts over three million, even before considering sideloaded apps.
Androids allow users to get apps from third-party sources. However, you should always be careful choosing who you get the programs from.
More Options
Android phones come in all shapes and sizes. They offer different features between their various products, which include cutting-edge foldable devices.
Where Androids come in many models, Apple’s iPhone only offers a handful of different devices with features only supported inside the company’s ecosystem.
Other Devices
Apple devices can seamlessly connect, but this isn’t the case for other devices. While an iPhone will struggle to connect to Windows, it’s a breeze for most Android devices.
Sharing between your Windows and Apple device is possible with apps like Microsoft Phone Link for iOS, but the process isn’t as efficient and could trouble you in the long run.
Before running into any fees, the latest iPhone 14 starts at $799 for just the basic model. The Pro sells for $999 and the Pro Max starts at $1,099.
While the top-of-the-line Android models can rival these prices, devices such as the OnePlus 11 and Google Pixel 7 Pro can go for much less.