Are iPhones worth it?

If you’re thinking about buying a new phone, should you consider an iPhone? If you already have an iPhone, should you upgrade to the latest one? There are loads of pros and cons to consider when checking out a new mobile phone. We’ll take you through the pros and cons of using an iPhone.

Comparison to Android

If you’re considering moving away from an Android device to buy an iPhone, will you be getting anything better or just something different? The truth is that both IOS and Android devices are pretty much on par now when you consider their features so the choice appears to be a personal one based entirely on your likes and dislikes. First of all, the iPhone is very easy to use. That’s probably it’s biggest selling point. You’ll find it more user friendly than an Android device, but the reason it’s easy to use is because it’s limited. With an Android phone you need to make modifications to make the device to your liking. This can be annoying at first, but after a short while (let’s say a month), the Android phone’s adaptability becomes one of its strongest assets.

The latest iPhone

Let’s say you’ve chosen to buy the iPhone, which one should you get? The latest model often comes with a few extra features (check out the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus that has features like “Peeking” through 3D Touch). A lot of the latest features are available with older iPhones as long as you keep them updated with the latest operating system. Improvements in battery life and security are often part of the software updates so you don’t need the latest iPhone to get most Apple’s best features.


The iPhone is worth investing in as long as the price is right. You can’t fault the technology but don’t blindly walk into the Apple Store to buy one. Check out what’s available from Sony and Samsung as their phones are more than a match for the latest Apple device.

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