Android or Apple: Which army are you?

Top left to right: iPhone generation 4s to 5s.
Bottom left to right: Both phones are Androids.

Top left to right: iPhone generation 4s to 5s. Bottom left to right: Both phones are Androids.

Robert Alvarez, Columnist

I mostly write about video games, consoles, apps, and such. But I’d like to give my opinions on the Smartphone “war.”

Ever since the release of Apple’s iPhone, other companies hopped into the battle to surpass one another. Since Android was shown to the public, the question always remained, “Which one is superior?”

Do you prefer Android or iPhone?

  • Android (40%, 16 Votes)
  • iPhone (30%, 12 Votes)
  • It doesn't matter (20%, 8 Votes)
  • Both (10%, 4 Votes)

Total Voters: 40

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We know android as that little toon robot, green and has the look that stares into your soul. Most of android’s OS focuses on it being “You” with free customization.

Android’s devices will always please each and every customer due to its physical attraction and specs that make it for “you.”

From my experience of being an Android user for four years, it went quite well. The multitasking on it was fluid and quick, using it was a breeze and I did enjoy the customization thoroughly.

The one thing that ruined it for me was the battery life. The battery life on my past devices always died so quickly. I followed most of the tips to save battery power, but they never worked.

The performance of Android is amazing. But the one thing I noticed is the battery will focus most of its percentage towards one thing all the time, that being the screen. Opening too many of the apps made it slow for me, which is ironic because it is meant to be a perfect multitasker.

Apple, on the other hand, for me of course, is something I don’t ever want to change from. The multitasking is far superior to any devices I’ve owned. Although the IOS is pretty to the eye, it obviously lacks open OS customization. But, it’s one con I can live with.

The one thing I enjoy most of it is the battery life. At the end of the day, I come home to 65 percent battery life, rather than 15 percent battery life on Android. That to me says a lot.

As of now I have no complaints, and hope my iPhone will never let me down.

In my opinion, iPhone is superior.