I suppose we all have our tastes and preferences when it comes to using a piece of technology. In the case of mobile communications devices, sometimes it not just about your taste and preference, it is about affordability.
In the mobile realm there are currently two big players; iPhone and Android phones. Well, it is actually iOS- and Android-phone, but it makes sense saying iPhone since only iOS runs on them; so iPhone and iOS phones are synonymous in this case.
Android phones are often the entry phone for most users looking to use a smartphone. Mainly because there are differently priced Android phones to suit all pockets, from as little as $30 to as high as $700. So chances are you are probably going to be able to afford an Android phone before you can afford an iPhone.
However, when you do afford an iPhone, you would think making that transition from Android to the iOS-run device would be easy, wouldn’t you? Well, it turns out things aren’t as easy as they may look.
Switching from Android to iPhone headaches
Moving from Android to iPhone can be likened to …read more