“While there’s a lot to like about Android, there are a few things that seem to keep it from really jumping into the driver’s seat and making the iOS second-string,” Sara Wells writes for Apple Gazette.
“While successful releases of the iPhone 4 and 5 in recent years have helped Apple’s cause, Android shoots itself in the foot in several areas,” Wells writes. “Here are some of the most notable drawbacks.”
1. Bugs and non-responsiveness
2. Not as smooth as iOS
3. Too many choices
4. Feels like Windows: Android is in a sense to the iPhone what the PC is to the Mac. It’s the less sleek, more troublesome option that has a lot of bells and whistles, but tends to leave people more frustrated and laden with bugs and technical issues.
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