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Apple Devices Performance Better Than Android Devices

By Logan , May 17, 2016 06:30 AM EDT
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The competition between Android and iOS phones has evidently affected the reports and reviews of both sides. For each part, users and enthusiasts have their own great and falling experience whether they use Android phones or the iOS mobile. Hence, people can say that it is a progressing experience as both parts are doing their best to fully comply the customers' needs. However, there must be one that exceeds the other in terms of device performance.

According to a post via Blancco Technology Group, in the first quarter of 2016, Android devices were found out that these are prone to high rates of device failures, crashing applications and application cache. In addition, there is a disparity of the two faces that is as follows: in Android, the device failure rate is 44 percent and the iOS device failure rate is 25 percent. Out of the 44 percent Android failure rate, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S5 and Lenovo K3 Note models have the highest failure rate. On the side of the iOS, which has 25 percent failure rate, iPhone 6 has 25 percent and iPhone 5s has 17 percent failure ratings. Crashing applications are more observed on 74 percent Android devices. The device failure rate is significant in Asia, which has 55 percent rate than in North America, which has 27 percent and Europe that has 35 percent failure ratings.

According to Business Insider, the top five Android devices that have failure issues are as follows: Samsung Galaxy 5s and S6, the Lenovo K3 Note, the Motorola Moto G and the Samsung S6 Active. On the other hand, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 5 had the highest failure rates on iPhones. Despite the huge success of the Android phones in the market when it comes to marketability, its performance, security and application development have been put into a lot of queries. There are some key takeaways from the report. Read here.

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