Why I Will Never Convert from iPhone to Samsung
The two titans of smartphones, Apple and Samsung, have long been rivals in the industry.
If you’re looking for a high-end smartphone, it’s only a matter of time before you have to make the decision of whether to choose iPhone or Samsung. Every season, these phones compete on the latest features, for the best camera or screen or design.
Fortunately, I’m here to tell you why I will never be caught making the switch from my beloved refurbished iPhones to Samsung.
The multiple lens, telephoto, and ultrawide camera
One of the most important parts of any smartphone is the quality of the camera.
Apple fully updates its camera technology with each upgrade, combining multiple lenses to include 12MP wide and 12MP ultrawide options. You can even find an additional 12MP telephoto lens and time-of-flight lens on the 12 Pro.
On top of their existing Portrait photography options, these lenses optimise the latest in camera technology to make iPhone cameras a sure winner against Samsung cameras.
They also offer a range of genuinely useful post-processing effects, filters, and enhancing features to edit your photos. Blend multiple photos for the best shot with Smart HDR, change the depth of image fields, and make every photo Insta-worthy.
The superior, sleeker, and more familiar design
The iPhones have come a long way from their original, plastic-backed designs. They now have a sleek glass and stainless steel model that always looks professional and high-end in my hand. They always include the very latest screen technologies. Apple never shies away from high resolutions, sharp images, and bright colours.
What’s more, I’m a homebody at heart and for that reason, I love the familiar home page on every iPhone. Unlike Samsung, I don’t feel like I have to relearn the software or where to find my go-to apps or even how to change the wallpaper. iPhones feel like an old friend.
The screen is never too small or too big
While the Samsung screen sizes vary wildly, offering either subpar resolution compared to iPhones or screens too big for most hands – Apple always seems to make phones perfectly suited to hand size.
If you’re like me and you’re constantly using your phone with one hand and doing something else with the other, you’ll know how important optimal screen size is.
iPhone also uses a Super Retina XDR OLED display which demands less power than the display system used in Samsung phones. It’s also more visible in sunlight which isn’t just more accessible for the visually impaired but great news for anyone’s who’s frequently outdoors.
I have been a devoted Apple user for a long time and I would never consider making the swap from refurbished iPhones to Samsung – it has too many familiar and high-quality features that I could not live without.