Apple confirms the advantage of the iPhone over Android
iOS 13 continues to make Apple’s install record glory. Catalina has now been installed in half of all iPhones sold and 55% of iPhones launched this year. It was only launched on the 19e September.
The Google Android dashboard, on the other hand, remains unchanged since May 2019. It doesn’t look like Android can compete with Apple at this point, as only 10.4% of phones running Android have updated to Android 9. nine months. after its release.
Since the two operating systems use different business models, it might seem unfair to say that Apple comes out on top. However, it shows the success and failure of companies in controlling its distribution system in which Apple has made a name for itself. Indeed, Apple updates directly reach the user while Android deploys them to mobile manufacturers and leaves them to personalize and distribute them. This process involves verifying each variant and initiating a regional deployment with the manufacturer.
Android’s monthly updates along with bug fixes and security patches keep them safe without any issues, but don’t update operations. Apple has fewer variations and the user interface remains relatively unchanged. Thanks to a direct relationship with users, they are able to perform these updates without lag.
This is the reason why Apple seems to have taken precedence over the Android operating system. Their brand new iOS 13 has taken the market by storm, although five updates have already been released to fix system bugs.