Are you an iPhone fan?

Good.

Are you more comfortable with Android phones?

Use it for good.

But we live in a competitive society, and so the company that introduces iOS phones and the multitude of brands that make Android phones always feel like they have to explain why their product is "greater, more flexible , more secure, and offers more fun and everything more than any other phone powered by any other operating system," writes The Verge, Telegraph reports.

Multiple stops on the map

You're on your way home from visiting family, and you suddenly realize that if you make a short trip, you can stop at one of your favorite bookstores.

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Don't want to miss out?

Now in iOD 16, you can put the bookstore's address in your travel planner and get directions that will enable you to stop there and find your way home again.

Email: Schedule, Undo, Remind Later and Follow-Up

In iOS 16, if you hit the Send button on an email and suddenly realize you put in the wrong person's name, you now have 10 seconds to "change your mind and undo" it.

Gmail has actually used the "unsend" button since 2018, but since you get a choice of 5, 10, 20 or 30 seconds to "change your mind", you can set the chosen time in the Gmail web app .

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Apple Live Captions

iOS 16 has added Live Captions, which provides live transcription for video, audio, and chat.

This is a very useful feature, not only for the hearing impaired, but for anyone who needs to follow a conversation all the time.

In fact, Android has had the Live Caption feature since 2019, and it currently offers instant translation of those subtitles in five different languages.

Always-on Display

Okay, this is a big one.

One of the many features introduced at the recent event by Apple is the always-on display, which will be available on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Always-on display allows you to see the clock and widgets and also get important information when the phone is locked.

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This feature is something Android phones have had for 10 years.

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