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And this week, Cook reiterated that the trend is accelerating, saying: It was the highest ever by far. As an avid Android user, I had never thought of switching, but was curious why others were jumping ship at higher rates.
Was it the larger screens that debuted with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, finally bringing the iPhone to parity with Android phablets?
Perhaps frustration over the lack of Android software updates? I decided it was time to try iOS for myself. I've used an iPhone on a few occasions for work purposes, but this would be the first time I was using an iPhone albeit a temporary loaner as my personal phone.
That means not carrying my Android device with me for two months, which included a hectic week in Las Vegas for the CES trade show.
I'll state one obvious thing right up front: They're also, at this point, more similar than different from each other. And while I was moving from one high-end phone to another, I was focusing on software differences, not so much hardware ones, although I've included some below.
I started using the iPhone in early December and since then received two software updates iOS 9. And these software updates are available around the world, simultaneously, to all supported iPhones regardless of wireless carrier.
Even more impressive, the company is still updating the iPhone 4S , which was released back in For Google's operating system, the situation couldn't be more different.
The latest operating system, Android 6. You can thank the large number of Android hardware partners -- and their insistence on customizing the OS -- for that, but it's still frustrating for the user.
Unless you are on one of Google's Nexus devices, you rarely receive software updates on Android. It's not nearly as bad as it used to be, but developers still tend to develop apps for iOS first.
The live-streaming app Periscope was available on iOS two months before Android. Periscope's new GoPro compatibility can only broadcast from iPhones for now as well.
And the list goes on. I've used fingerprint sensors before, but Touch ID feels faster than the rest. I rarely saw the lock screen. A simple press on the home button would turn my screen on and unlock it within seconds.
I had to charge the iPhone at least once, sometimes twice during the work day. I've come to expect this with many smartphones, but charging the iPhone can be a real pain.
A majority of recent high-end Android devices include a quick-charging feature. I could get about 8 hours of power from a minute charge on my Moto X Pure.
The huge market for iPhone battery packs and charging accessories shows that battery life remains a challenge for iPhone users. The Moto X Pure is one of a handful of Android devices that include front-facing speakers -- a feature I desperately missed.
The iPhone speakers sound clear, but they just don't seem to get loud enough. Apple has Apple Music, which has no free option but integrates impressively well with your iTunes downloads.
Android uses Gmail as its main mail app, no matter what email service you use. Google Maps is the best mobile app ever designed. Most Android phones require a separate app to do that.
The iPhone has a physical switch. On Android, you have to log into your phone, press the volume button, and tap the bell to set it to vibrate.
Some Android apps, however, let you automatically set your phone to vibrate in certain situations - when you arrive at work, for instance.
But Siri has a fun personality and understands natural language a bit better than Android. Google Hangouts lets you combine texts and Google Hangouts messages in a single app, and send them from your computer if you have a Google Voice account.
But it still feels like a work in progress. Make a call iPhone win. Check the time iPhone Android win. Take a photo or video iPhone Android win.
Type iPhone Android win. Use apps iPhone Android win. Get and Manage Notifications iPhone Android win.
Listen to music and podcasts iPhone win.