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Apple attack Android users in new way

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Apple attack Android users in a new way
Revelry between Android and iOS is not new to any of the Smartphone, while Android gives great flexibility from the hardware vendor to your budget, while iOS is only available to iPhone (Mobile Users) with no flexibility, still, I believe iPhone or iOS is the better option when it comes to consumers.

Some of the features which are carried by Samsung and other Android flagship Smartphone vendors are missing from iPhone, which might be covered in 10th edition iPhone. But before we get hands on to iPhone 8 Apple has launched a website to convince Android users to switch to iPhone.   

The iPhone maker on Monday launched a new website that's aimed at persuading people who currently have an Android phone to buy an iPhone from Apple. The colorful web page includes a link to buy an iPhone as well as answers to a series of questions related to why users should switch and how difficult the transition will be.

One example question: "Why is iPhone so fast?"

Apple's reassuring answer: "iPhone runs on high-performance chips that are custom-designed by Apple — including the most powerful chip ever in a smartphone. And because these chips are so efficient, iPhone delivers long battery life. Combine all that with the latest iOS updates offering smart new features, and everything you do on iPhone feels fast and fluid."

The iPhone giant has been focused on been focused on luring over Android users for a while now, and Apple CEO Tim Cook likes to throw out statistics about the number of "switchers" from Android to iPhone, indicating that it is one of the data points that Apple closely watches. This is the similar attempt to what we have seen in Apple's campaign last decade to convince Windows PC users to “Get a Mac.”

"We saw the largest absolute number of switches outside of Greater China that we've ever seen in the same period," Cook said during the company's last earnings call.

Apple has targeted Android customers before with a separate website. And two years ago, it released an app called "Move to iOS" for Android that was designed to help switchers.

Apple launches single-topic sites like this for many of its programs, including its recent push to hold classes at Apple retail locations, as well as a web page heralding the number of jobs Apple says it is responsible for creating in the United States.

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