iPhone uses iOS and Android uses Android OS. Both have their own unique features, design, and user interface.
iPhone has the App Store, which is known for its strict app review process, while Android has the Google Play Store with a more relaxed app review process.
iPhones are known for their premium design and build quality, while Android phones come in a wide range of designs and prices.
Android phones offer more customization options than iPhones, including the ability to change the home screen layout and use third-party launchers.
iPhones are known for their high-quality cameras, while many Android phones also have great cameras.
iPhones are usually more expensive than most Android phones.
iPhone users are more likely to use other Apple products such as MacBooks, iPads, and Apple Watches, while Android users have more choices when it comes to device compatibility.
Battery life on Android phones can vary depending on the device, while iPhones generally have a consistent battery life.