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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Do you want your mobile phone updated? Choose iPhone and not Android

On September 19th, Apple released the iOS 11 public , the operating system that will carry the iPhone X, among other compatible devices . The update for iPhone and iPad is packed with new features such as a new control center, redesigned dock, notification center merged with lock screen, new App Store, Do Not Disturb feature ... and much more!

Unfortunately, with iOS 11 say goodbye to devices and apps with 32-bit architecture , especially reeseƱable is the farewell of the iPhone 5, iPad 4 and iPhone 5c. In the first two cases, we are talking about terminals presented in September 2012, while the colorful failure of the iPhone 5c came to light in 2013. What does this mean?

Basically if you made the mistake of buying the controversial iPhone 5c, the estimated life of Apple is at least 4 years and 5 in the rest. Eye, these terminals are still fully functional , but Apple consider them obsolete and will no longer receive updates.

And this curiously is a plus over Android . Why? Very easy. When we buy a mobile we want to be updated to enjoy the best features of our operating system and also the latest security patches, something that in itself is an advantage with iOS, being a closed ecosystem in which all the updates are compatible for all terminals and we are warned machinely of the need to install them.

Buy an Android and forget about updates

In Android, it is not clear whether a manufacturer will count on them or not, there is more to see Android Oreo and how some new phones are left out . Do you see any Xiaomi on the list? So on Android you can buy a mobile today and not know if you will enjoy updates .

But even if your Android phone comes within the typical updates "Marshmallow", "Nougat", "Oreo" ... its scheduled obsolescence is shorter. In fact, normally even the most leading Android phones support 2 ½ years of updates , just half the iPhone. As a matter of curiosity, the android that has lasted the longest with updates is the Nexus 4, it went on sale in October 2012 and was updated until May 2015 with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. 

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