iPhone 6 vs Android: Why Android Wins In Best Way Possible

Last September, Apple launched the iPhone 6 and it is truly a global phenomenon. This is not surprising since every iPhone release has been insane on a global scale. While the iPhone 6 might come with some tremendous upgrades, it is still nowhere near as great as the Android devices.

Of course, this is not to say that the iPhone 6 is bad at all. What we are saying here is that there are plenty of other things that can be improved on the iPhones and they are already available on the Android devices.

The iPhones have never stop creating new benchmarks in user experience but it is high time for them to start being the best in battery life. Most Android smartphones today are equipped with large batteries together with power saving features. The iPhone 6 does come with better battery life but it is not the best.

The other single most important feature missing on the iPhone 6 is rapid charging. At certain times in life, smartphone users pray that the 5 minutes of charge can offer sufficient usage time for them to complete an important call or such. Well, the Android smartphones are offering that right now. This is evident with the Note 4 that offers an extra 8 hours of usage time from just 15 minutes of charge.

Our message here is that there is no point to having an exquisite device if it cannot last long. The technology is already available and Apple is still not going all out with it when producing the iPhone 6. Maybe it is a business decision? Whatever the excuses could be, it is simply unacceptable.