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This is why iPhone is the best smartphone in the market

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This is why iPhone is the best smartphone in the market
iPhone is one of the best consumer good available in the market and there is no second thought about it. But the biggest question arises here is what makes them the best. There are many competitors who are trying to match that level but, still, they are far behind (as per me).




So, if I ask you this question you might have different answers to this question, and you can let us know those answers in the comment section below.

But in this article, we are going to talk about the 6 features from the consumer's point of view that makes the iPhone best available smartphone in the market.

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Great combination of Hardware and Software

The iPhone 7's 3D Touch display is smart enough to sense pressure, allowing you to take quick actions from the home screen just by long pressing on an app icon. Or you could peek at that email just by lightly tapping on it in your inbox. Sure, Android phones have offered haptic feedback for ages, but the Taptic engine in the new iPhones is super efficient.

On the iPhone 7, the Home button also leverages the Taptic engine, so it doesn't physically depress. This prevents lint and another crud from getting underneath the button. And you can adjust the sensitivity level.




User friendly

Despite all the promises by Android phone makers to streamline their skins, the iPhone remains the easiest phone to use by far. Some may lament the lack of change in the look and feel of iOS over the years, but I consider it a plus that it works pretty much the same as it did way back in 2007. Pick it up, turn it on, touch the app to open.

Of course, Apple has folded in enhancements over the years, such as Siri and Control Center (though I think the Today Screen still isn't useful enough). Yet the iPhone still has zero learning curve. With iOS 10, Siri and iMessage are now open to developers, and there are customizable widgets available for the Today screen. So you can't really make the argument that the iPhone is a walled garden anymore.

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OS Updates available for all




This is going to hurt a little to Android fanboys. As measured by the App Store in February of 2017, about 80 percent of iOS devices were running iOS 10, the latest version of Apple's software. That's five months after launch. In early April, Google reported that Android Nougat was a measly 4.9 percent of Android devices. That's pretty sad since it's eight months after Google released the new version of Android.

The problem is this' with the exception of pure Android phones like the Pixel, the Samsungs, LGs, and HTCs of the world have to jump through more hoops to bring you the latest version of Google's OS, including carrier certification plus, phone makers typically drag their feet on updating older phones, so as to encourage folks to upgrade. All iPhone owners can update to the latest version of iOS on day 1 (or close to it, depending on how Apple's servers stand up to the strain). These dynamics aren't going to change anytime soon.

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The best syncing experience with other gadgets




While having an iPhone will give you the above advantages, owning other Apple devices too unlocks several other unique advantages, that you just can't get with any other ecosystem. For example, you can answer phone calls on your Apple computer. You can also copy something on an iPhone, and paste it to your Mac, or vice-versa. With AirDrop, you can also copy and paste files over Wi-Fi, quickly and easily. These little conveniences aren’t built into today's Android phones.

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One of the best after sales support

Where do you go if you have a problem with your Android phone? The service center. But these outlets don't have the same kind of support the iPhone maker provides at the Apple Store. If something goes wrong with your iPhone or you just want to learn how to use it, Apple has covered better than any Android phone maker.




iPhone is status symbol

One of the biggest reasons iPhone is most wanted smartphone is also that it’s a status symbol. If you are reading this article in US or UK you might feel most of the people own iPhone there, but here we are talking about Asian countries where buying an iPhone is equivalent to people 2 or 3 months’ salary. There keeping an iPhone is the status symbol.


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