The Great Debate: Samsung vs iPhone

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Attractive man in glasses working with multiple electronic devices. Freelancer businessman has laptop and smartphone in hands and laptop on table with charts on screen. Multitasking theme.

Every week we debate the topics that drive you nuts – this week we compare the Apple iPhone and Android’s Samsung.

Samsung

David Baylis, Photography Manager

I have been an Android user for several years now, after moving away from the Apple iPhone.

The choice and flexibility available to Android users is immense.

Almost all apps these days are released for both platforms at the same time, so no more delays.

The customisation options on my Android are almost limitless, allowing for constant changes to the user experience.

This makes my phone less boring to use, compared to limited user choices with an iPhone.

After using both, it’s Android all the way.

Cobus Bothma, IT Manager 

As an IT professional I have always been an iPhone user and will remain one.

In my opinion, Apple designs continue to enhance the technology with the customer in mind, focusing on quality, reliability and usability.

The key difference iPhone has over Android is making sophisticated technology accessible through an easy-to-use and understand interface that non-technical people and even children can interact with easily.

This is a feat that Android is yet to achieve successfully.