So, you’re choosing your next phone, however, this time you’re considering that integrating your work life into a potable device might be a practical idea. But you’re stuck on what to get. Should you use an Apple device that runs an iOS operating system or use an android device that is integrated on many well-represented phone companies? Our services will make sure you get the best out of your phone.
Here I will list the obvious reason why without going into too much detail.
Starting off with the ease of use and navigation. Many users who have used both android and iOS devices have said that learning an iOS device was more user friendly than android phone, it doesn’t get any easier than iOS. Talk to any iPhone user, or user of any Apple device, and they’ll tell you that one of the main reasons they use Apple is because of how easy and intuitive the tech is to use.
Apple operating system typically remains the same even after software updates.
If you’re looking for an easy operating system that any employee can quickly get to grips with, iOS could be the best choice.
Security has become less of an issue between iOS and Android – but iOS is renowned for its security. One of the reasons iOS is still ahead when it comes to data security is because it has strict protocols and procedures before apps can be allowed in the App store.
Unlike Android, iOS isn’t an open-source platform, so applications can only be edited by the initial company who created them and ideally making them safer. All apps and features are tested rigorously on iOS’s specific platform before being launched.
Optimised for business
All business applications are available on iOS and the platform also supports highly popular apps like Office365. For business users, iOS allows users of Office365 applications to use them over the cloud to allow real-time collaboration between teams.
Of course, android devices are very similar but the later and more up to date models will perform better at these tasks.
iOS still lags behind Android when it comes to simple popularity, given that Android operates across mobile manufacturers and iOS is strictly for Apple products. Having said that, iOS is incredibly popular, particularly among younger users and within certain industries.
This means that if you’re planning on having multiple mobile phones within your business, there’s a good chance your employees will already be familiar with the iOS operating system.
If you’ve ever used iOS before you’ll know that it’s a great tool for multitasking and can withstand multiple applications running at once without problems. You could easily listen to voice notes while reviewing documents at the same time or write emails while listening to a podcast or some focus music and you won’t see any drop in performance.
Like most business smartphones, iOS comes complete with Apple Pay built into devices, making it easy to use your iPhone for business purchases. It also has a digital wallet built in meaning you can keep any conference passes, payment cards and any other mobile card stored safely in one place.
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