Is iPhone better than Android? We are here to give you more details about the upcoming iOS 13 and Android 10.
It’s all about privacy, really. iOS 13 seems to win this one.
In the last few years, Apple has tried to make user data as private as possible. And we all know that Apple is different than Google – they are not relying on targeted ads which are based on user data. They get all of their money from the services they offer. The company said that they would give its users greater control of location permissions when it comes to app. Let us not forget about the new sign-in method, which allows you to sign in to websites and apps anonymously, and it is all without being tracked by anyone. This brand new feature is called “Sign in with Apple,” and it will come together with the new phones this fall.
The CEO from Google, Sundar Pichai, said in a statement that privacy is not a thing to be given only to those people who can afford to buy premium products and services. From where they are standing, it is a bit complicated, because they get a considerable part of the revenue from the ad business, and it is all based on what their users search for. However, the company said that Android 10 would come for users with more control over the information they share when using services and apps.
A dark mode never really hurt our eyes. iOS 13 seems to win this one, too.
Not only black mode helps your eyes, but it also preserves battery life. It reduces eye strain, and it lights up fewer pixels on the screen. We’ve seen how Google included the dark mode in the Android Pie update, but they didn’t use it all the way. At the beginning of the road, Android 10 came with a dark theme that’s more evenly distributed on the operating system. But there are some of the apps that still didn’t get the feature, such as Gmail and Chrome.
When it comes to Apple, things are different. It first came up with a dark appearance in macOS Mojave back in 2018. iOS 13 is set to come with this feature for its users. Apparently, the dark mode will be here for wallpapers, notifications, widgets, Calendar, and even Messages.