Mail: will any android phone ever beat the iphone?

Last updated on 9 June 2011

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A few days ago, on Twitter, Thomas asked me if I thought that the iPhone would still be the dominant smartphone in several years on the road. Trying to look at it objectively rather than Apple fanboy, I honestly don’t see a script where it wasn’t …

I know what you’re thinking, Android has more turns than iOS. The media likes to give this theory a lot of games, and I remain unconvincing, but let’ s say, for the sake of argument, that it is true, and android will surpass the iPhone 2-1 in a few years. That is the problem; even in this worst case, Apple will still be the most “dominant” phone in any important measure …

The first problem with Android facto is fragmentation. There may be a ton of Android devices, but all of them are made by different companies, and all of them are competing for the same customers. This is the same concept as Macs and PC’s. Apple can only have about 10% of the PC market, but few will argue that the company is not doing well in the market. They are, after all, the most profitable computer manufacturer in the world. Today, if you look at the market share of smartphones, Apple and Android have comparable user bases, but Apple sells much more smartphones than Motorola, HTC or Samsung separately. This is unlikely to change significantly in the future, as the Android software will be chandeliorizing …

Apple also has great leadership in thinking. They were the first on the market with what we would regard as a modern smartphone, and they never sold their earlier versions. Every new Android-phone that comes out is compared with the iPhone. Many sets of phones are called “iPhone killers,” especially if they arrive at the end of the iPhone product life cycle, because Apple’s hardware starts the age. Of course, none of them are ever the killers of the iPhone, but this is too much of a comparison that says that the iPhone’s Power is on the market …

This, of course, is associated with the excellent marketing of Apple. While people who read this site can’t be caught by advertisements and billboards, their importance should not be overlooked. If you see an iPhone ad, you’ll know that it’s an iPhone ad. Apple is doing a brilliant job convincing you that you need an iPhone, and they can do it in a single, cult, 30-second place. I don’t know who the android manufacturer pays for the ad, but they have to do their business elsewhere. Special effects, robots, lightning and meteors will not sell phones as we would believe in HTC. Apple has always succeeded in this area, and their experience makes it hard for someone to stand on the market …

We also cannot forget about the iPod Touch. It’s not a smartphone, but it’s a collar for the iPhone. If someone spends the year with an iPod touch, paying for the application and finding out how to use the operating system to run them from scratch using Android-the phone is a hard sell. At present, there is no real competition on the Android base to the Apple MP3 player, which puts the platform at a disadvantage. The same argument could be argued with respect to the tablet market, where iPad is based on iOS.

Finally, I would be away if I did not point to Apple’s obvious advantage in choosing an application. Yes, Android is more “open,” and will allow some applications that Apple will not, and it’s all good and good for readers of the site who like to send their phones. Hell, even I hacked my iPhone. But the fact is that the average consumer does not care to download different task managers and web browsers, but they can be made to be immediately melted like Infinity Blade play, Epic. Tim Sweeney spoke to Matt Buchanan of Gizmodo recently and said it was

Android is an impressive platform, don’t get me wrong, and you’ll see it on a lot of phones in the foreseeable future. According to him, no Android-phone in the next few years has a chance to beat the iPhone from his mantle as a smartphone “model.” Android may have a bigger market share than iOS (many measures already have), but I will go to the record and predict that no Android-phone will have more market share than iPhones at any point in the next five years. Can you honestly imagine a world where the iPhone 7 was exhibited as a potential HTC (insert a random force of nature or a high-word adjective)-the killer, not the other way around? I know I can’t …

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