The reasons make the iPhone user do not want go back with Android
Not only does it provide a smooth and sophisticated experience, Apple’s iOS ecosystem is always more secure than Android.
Overall, the iOS user experience is judged smoother and more refined than Android, despite the current clutter of the latest iOS 11. Apple’s mobile platform and desktop are also Much more scientific than Google’s Android platform and Chrome OS. Apple’s hardware is very good, and its platform and user experience make it very user-friendly.
In addition, the reason many users stay away from Android and stick with the iPhone is Apple’s barrier, limiting third-party applications to access many of the core operating system functions. This will help prevent malware, viruses infiltrating iOS devices, providing much better security than Android devices.
The next reason for users to stick with the iPhone and never move to Android is “USB Restricted Mode” – USB Restricted Mode is included in Apple’s latest iOS 11.4 beta 4 operating system, is expected to launch in the release version of iOS 11.4 officially.
What is USB Restricted Mode?
USB Restricted Mode functionality is when the iPhone or iPad is updated to the latest version of iOS that supports this feature, the device turns off the USB data connection via the Lightning port a week after it was last unlocked. The USB port will be blocked if the device has not been unlocked with a passcode for 7 consecutive days (password or biometric) or has not been unlocked when connecting to a USB device or a trusted computer.
To say it was a direct response to the NSA, the FBI and other law enforcement and intelligence agencies. Apparently, Apple is protecting user data not only from hackers and malware but also from intelligence agencies that frequently infiltrate devices to collect and analyze personal data.
Currently, devices like the iPhone Unlock Tool – Graykey are routinely used by law enforcement agencies to crack iPhone PINs and passwords. However, with Apple’s new USB Restriction Mode, these devices will no longer be able to connect to locked iPhones and iPads for at least seven days.
Many experts say that the protection measures are to promote the company’s advertising to users. “We are not like Google and Facebook, we care about your privacy and we do not sell your data.” Thus, there is no denying that personal data of users will be protected on their iPhone more safely than on Android.