There you go, iOS 12 vs Android P! 😉
Android P has introduced a lot of new features and iOS too. But these two OS may not be ready for the public just yet. Both are running their betas and are still buggy.
In short, Android P has introduced the gestures for supporting the all-screen display and also a notch. Gestures aren’t new in iOS 12 but they are certainly better.
There is a lot to compare between the two operating systems. In this infographic, you can see a head-to-head comparison. 😀
iOS 12 vs Android P: Who’s better?
There’s really not many changes in both Android and iOS. But this update is more focused on adding new features to make better use of today’s hardware.
Phones are evolving! The notch which was so hyped a few months back just got ditched by those hidden camera phones which just pop out! 😉
It’s a time that Android is becoming so well optimized such that the OnePlus 6 actually beats the iPhone X in performance. Digital Trends did a great job of comparing the Android P and iOS 12 gestures which are the biggest changes so far.
Even if we compare, it’s hard to get a winner. Some people might like iOS more and others Android. I use the iPhone 8 Silver and I have to say, Android P beta on my friend’s OnePlus 6 just blows my mind. It’s too good. 😀
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New Features of Android P
There are some of the improved and new features of Android P.
- New gestures for Android P.
- Notch support has been added for Android phones.
- Google Assistant is now better than ever (totally beats Siri).
- Monitors your screen-on time and which apps you spend your time.
- Wind Down mode will greyscale your display during bedtime.
- Face down your phone and this will enable “Do Not Disturb”.
- AR fun with friends (Cloud Anchors).
- Better optimized and speed.
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New Features of iOS 12
These are the new features and improvements that you’re getting in iOS 12.
- Improved and smoother gestures.
- Siri gets 6 new voices.
- More Animojis and Memojis.
- Play AR games with friends!
- More security.
- Faster performance.
- Monitors your usage and gives weekly reports.
- Do Not Disturb mode turns off almost all notifications at bedtime.
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Both iOS 12 and Android P are on their betas right now. They are not yet ready for the public. Both iOS and Android are getting better than their previous versions.
People can argue that Apple copied Android on some of their new features while other can say that Google copied Apple’s gestures. It’s true that Android and iOS are getting closer which is a good thing. 😉
I personally appreciate the new and fast Android P which is really optimized for speed. There was a time when iOS would easily beat Android in the performance department.
But now, it’s kinda the opposite. Android P is great and introduces a lot of features while making a few design tweaks. iOS on the other hand introduced a better UI and slight improvements. 😛
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