Iphone’s operating system is completely closed, which means that limited input leads to limited devices. In addition, software is developed just enough to fit the companies needs. It also has a built in memory. If you want slots, it is not the way to go.
With android it depends on what carrier you use. It is not exactly the same and does not have quite as many apps yet. It’s still rough and in the making. This is more of a personal choice that should be based on what is better suited for the individual.
Both are nearly exactly the same but a person one probaly use more features on the iphone then the Android the Android is not suited for a younger audience and more towards people around 21 iphone is more of a toy with phone capabilities that edit to much when you text
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