Apple releases video answering questions about switching from Android to iPhone

Apple releases video answering questions about switching from Android to iPhone

With the introduction of the 2022 iPhone 14 series about six weeks away, Apple is taking the opportunity to plant a seed in the minds of Android users. A video released today by the Cupertino team is titled “Switch to iPhone. All your questions answered.”

The video opens with the majestic front door of the Apple Store in Barcelona, ​​Spain. The video’s host (an Apple Genius) answers some of the most wanted questions asked by Android users about the move to iOS and iPhone. “It’s a simple and easy process,” says the host. And as someone who’s been back and forth over the years, this writer would have to agree.

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The first question asks if it will be easy to transfer contacts, photos and messages from Android phone to iPhone. Thanks to Switch to the iOS app, found in the Google Play Store, the answer is “yes”. You can select the content you want to switch to your new iPhone, including Messages, Contacts, Calendar, Camera Roll, Your Google account, and more.
An Android owner wants to know that if he decides to buy an iPhone, can he trade in an Android phone? The answer, of course, is “yes” unless the device is not eligible for a trade-in. In this case, Apple will help you recycle it. And if you don’t know which iPhone to buy, Apple will help you decide.

Another question asks, “If I switch to the iPhone, will it hold up over time?” Our host says “definitely” since the iPhone is durable and resistant to dust, spills, and splashes. She also brings up the battery life which is simply spectacular, especially with the iPhone 13 Pro Max. In our tests, the iPhone 13 Pro Max streamed video for 10 hours and 23 minutes, browsed the web for 18 hours and 52 minutes, and played 3D games for 10 hours and 29 minutes before the battery does not run out.

Those who upgrade to the iPhone will also be able to experience the handset’s smooth performance that will last for years. This means that when it comes time to trade in your new iPhone, it will “still have value”. And Apple uses the video to emphasize that iOS is reliable and prevents the phone from crashing because it comes from Apple. Other phone makers, our host notes, get their software from another company (i.e. Google), resulting in delayed updates that could be less reliable.

The next question asks “If I switch to the iPhone, will it get the latest updates?” The answer is that the iPhone comes with the latest version of the operating system right out of the box. “That’s another big thing that Android users would love to own an iPhone,” the host said. And to show how long Apple has been supporting older models, she notes that the iPhone 6s, released in 2015, was still getting iOS 15.

Try not to get caught up in the excitement that a new phone unveiling brings

Regarding the protection of personal information, Apple states that “iPhone is designed from the ground up to protect your privacy and put you in control of your information.” And if you need help from Apple using your new device, the video shows that Apple is here to let you chat or iMessage with a real member of the company’s support staff without the Apple employee tries the upsell.

Not only is the Tips app available to help you use the phone, but you can also walk into any Apple Store and talk to the staff even if you haven’t purchased one yet.

It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement surrounding the unveiling of the new iOS and Android phones. If you’re not a phone enthusiast, ask people you know about their experiences using a particular device. Go to a retailer and check out the phones they have on display by putting several in your hand to see how you feel. And keep coming back here for the latest news and reviews that might help you make an informed decision.


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