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(Special) What could Android learn from iOS?

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(Special) What could Android learn from iOS?

The Android vs. iOS rivalry has been around for many years, and of course, millions of fans on either side of the barricade. Still, I am of the opinion that Google could draw some inspiration from its rival to improve its operating system. After all, one of the biggest defects of Android is its updates that are super dependent on the manufacturers, which end up creating a terrible segmentation in the ecosystem… If you don't know, whenever Apple releases a new update, it immediately reaches all compatible devices without any waiting times or postponements / cancellations.

That said, the truth is that the updates Apple makes to its devices not only define the future of iPhones and iPads, but also help shape the future of Android phones. After all, fans on both sides can say what they want, but in truth, Google loves to always take a look at what Apple is magicking. (The reverse also happens!)

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However, this is not something negative, quite the contrary!

Therefore, if some highly desired functionality reaches a certain platform, it is normal for the other side to want it as well.

Which ends up raising a question … What features would be welcome in the world of Android smartphones?

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<p>There are several interesting features in iOS 13! With many more on the way to iOS 14</p>
<p>One of them is ‘Sign in with Apple’, which guarantees even more secure authentication. Subsequently, we also have the automatic Dark Mode (which already exists … more or less …), optimized battery charging (Use of Artificial Intelligence to extend battery life), full page screenshot, Find My Device offline, a clone to AirDrop that is not limited to certain manufacturers, etc …</p>
<p>Not to mention the situation I mentioned above, the timely software updates. I still find it a shame the lack of support from some manufacturers. When is an OS independent of brand input?</p>
<p>In short, it is undoubtedly a list of features that would look good on any Android device.</p><div class='code-block code-block-6' style='margin: 8px auto; text-align: center; display: block; clear: both;'>
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Especially now, that Donald Trump's decision to antagonize Huawei seems to have attracted the attention of Chinese manufacturers to the need to create their own operating system. Will Google have a new rival Operating System in the very near future (in addition to iOS)?

Furthermore, what is your opinion? What features would you like to receive on Android? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.

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Since I was very young I became interested in computers and technology in general, I had my first PC at 10 years old and at 15 I built my first tower, since then I never stopped. Whatever technology is, I'm in the front row to find out more.

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