For the Galaxy S6, Samsung has ditched the same old plastic body and introduced an aluminium chassis. Not just that, the Galaxy S6 has the most impressive screen on the market right now.
Both these devices are the best smartphones onto the market today, but there are certain core differences which makes the iPhone 6 a much superior handset over the Galaxy S6.
Today, we'd like to point out some of the reasons to buy the iPhone 6 over the Galaxy S6.
Generally Samsung introduces its Galaxy S smartphone every 24 months so does Apple with its iPhone range. However, the key difference between the two companies is that how they support their respective devices. Apple always keeps its iPhones updated for three year. In case of Samsung, we're not sure how long the company will support the Galaxy S6.
The iPhone 6 is a killer phone, thanks to iOS mobile operating systems. The phone holds an advantage over the Samsung Galaxy S6 in the app department. Often, popular apps come to iOS first, as compared to Google's Android OS. Plus, third-party apps on Apple's iOS are of higher quality.
iOS Vs Android
With the Galaxy S6, Samsung tried to modify its depressing TouchWiz UI but the company failed to make it intriguing. iOS, on the other hand, is easy to use and simple to understand. Importantly, iOS 8 looks great on the iPhone 6.
The iPhone 6 has a non-removable Li-Ion battery, so does the Galaxy S6. During our use of the iPhone 6, we usually manage to squeeze two day' of battery backup. With the Galaxy S6, the case is entirely different. The phone (literally) pales in comparison to the iPhone 6 in the battery department.
Unlike Google's Android OS, Apple's iOS ecosystem is closed. But there's a huge advantage attached with iOS mobile operating system. Because Apple has complete control, it's being able to push software updates at once. In case of Samsung Galaxy S6, updates will start to get slower as the company turn its attention to newer smartphones.