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Differences between iphone and smartphones?

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6 months 3 weeks ago - 6 months 6 days ago #970 by yeoffer
yeoffer created the topic: Differences between iphone and smartphones?
-iPhone is the flagship phone developed and manufactured solely by Apple.
-The device operates on Apple’s iOS operating system.
-Smartphones are any mobile phones that are similar to a mini computer.
-Smartphones offer a variety of features that allows advanced computing capability and connectivity.
-iPhones are one of the most popular phones that are currently available on the market and is single-handedly providing competition to Android, Windows and many other operating systems available in the market.
-A smartphone is a phone that allows computing capabilities and has an operating system.
-The iPhones allows 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi and many other capabilities and runs on the iOS operating system.
-The latest phone was the Apple iPhone 8, launched on September 2017.
-The first generation or the original iPhone was announced by the company in June 2007.
-The idea of a multi-touch screen that allowed users to directly input data on to the screen, thus eliminating the need for mouse, keyboard or keys, was conceived by then Apple CEO, Steve Jobs.
-The iPhones have been praised for their looks, design, performance and their tight security; however, they lack customization ability, they are strict in terms of guidelines, they are quite expensive and even if damaged, repair is quite costly.
-Smartphone is a mobile phone that operates on an operating system, similar to a mini computer.
-They offer a variety of features such as calling capabilities, computing capabilities, video conferencing, online surfing, cameras, media players, GPS navigation units, etc.
-Smartphone are powered by operating systems such as Android, iOS, Windows Mobile, etc.
-The term ‘smartphone’ was introduced into the market by Ericsson in 1997, when it used the word to describe its GS 88 ‘Penelope’ concept as a smartphone.
-There is no clear distinction that decides which phones are smartphone and which phones are not.
-However, with the increasing technology and offerings in a phone, the category has expanded to include all the new features that are currently available in the market.
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