Apple’s user friendly software, design, and bionic processing chips have come a long way. Everyone is holding on to their seats as soon as a new Apple device is rolling out for electronic device consumers. For good reason.
Since it’s first release in 2007. Apple iPhone has been one of the top electronic mobile devices of its kind. Taking two and a half years to develop the first iPhone, Apple has taken design, structure, and user friendly capabilities to compile a powerful mobile device that is reliable, and of course; it looks good.
Who has an iPhone ? Well, almost everyone. Apple’s iPhone has been one of the most, if not the most popular, amongst a wide range of consumers at various age groups. Everyone from ages as low as 8 years old, to middle age adults, and even individuals in their late 70s currently have, or have owned, an iPhone at some point in their lifetime.
Why Apple? There are many other devices out there to choose from.. The answer is, yes, there are! User ability is very important to each individual consumer. Many consumers are already privy to Apple devices and their user abilities. Some have used Apple computers all of their lives, and keen to the operation, navigation, and software of their devices manufacturer.
Others use Apple software for completely different aspects other than just on their phone or tablet. Let’s take a look at audio engineers.
Apple software has been highly regarded in the professional audio recording field. Many engineers use Apple only compatible software and devices for their high quality A to D converting (Analog to Digital), microphone preamplifiers, HD quality recordings, and audio/video editing platforms and software. These are known today to be industry standard tools.
Other consumers use Android, which in itself can be a very custom user experience if you would like it to be. Android software can be tailored to run custom operating systems, as well as being compatible in terms of usage and connectivity with any desktop or Windows operating system or programming. Using a specific software for a manufacturer is everything but Android.
Android OS is used in every device from Samsung and LG, to Motorola and OnePlus. That there is a whole different bowl of fruit.
Although some people buy a device just so they can surf the internet, make phone calls and texts, and receive emails, iPhone, along with two other manufacturers, are the cream of the crop in terms of up to date features and new compatibility with your favorite apps and device performance integrity. Did I mention it looks good too ?
From 8 bit computers developed in the late 70s, to iMac; then iPod, iPad, and of course, the iPhone.
Apple has come a long way in its adversity to create new looks, programming, and device features to keep consumers interested with eyes on the future.
Hold on to your seats. The iPhone 14 is just around the corner. With new features of pill shaped design for front facing camera, proximity sensor and Face ID layout, 48mp camera in the Pro models, Bionic A16 chip in the Pro models, and A15 in the 14 standard model, the new iPhone retains previous design attributes, with up to date performance and hardware tweaks.
By the way did I mention it looks good too?