iPhone Vs. Android
People buy iPhones and Android phones to meet their needs; you cannot say a road bike is better than a mountain bike because they the customers have different needs. For example hunch, a personal recommendation service, surveyed 15,818 of its users with interesting results. Android users were more likely to be men, ages 18-34, while iOS users tend to be women over 35 years old according to Hunch's data.
Apple products have likely been a part of our lives for a while, with apple computers being widely used in K-8 classrooms and the groundbreaking iPod in the digital audio market. Android, released 2007, is new enough to bring about uncertainty and skepticism in comparison to Apple's brand trust and confidence. To understand what drives android you must first understand its goal.
"Android is an open-source software stack for mobile devices, and a corresponding open-source project led by Google. We created Android in response to our own experiences launching mobile apps. We wanted to make sure that there was no central point of failure, so that no industry player can restrict or control the innovations of any other. That's why we created Android, and made its source code open."- http://source.android.com/
Google has focused their market on the United States, leaving many popular languages somewhat unsupported in Android. Android phones do not come with any language support for any non-western characters while Iphones support many international languages such as German, Spanish and even hand-writing input for Japanese and Chinese. Although there are third-party solutions, it may be difficult to install them on a phone which you can not navigate.
While better call quality and battery life can be often attributed to iPhones, it is only circumstantial with which iPhone and which android phone to compare and how they are set to run. Still, while iPhones win that battle more often, Android users could attribute this...