Latest iPhone trumps Galaxy overall

By: Jason Rathjen

With the latest release from Apple of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s+, Apple and Samsung are in heavy competition with each other, as they have been since the beginning of the smartphone era.

Apple’s latest edition adds a more powerful processor with the A9 chip. It also boasts features such as 3D touch and a more refined Siri. The latest iPhone also can shoot 4K video along with other new and exciting camera features. The 3D touch feature also brings the ability to turn the keyboard into a trackpad to navigate the cursor on the screen. Overall, the iPhone 6s and 6s+ are two more powerful and sophisticated additions to the iPhone family.

Samsung’s S6 comes in a few different varieties. There is the S6, S6 Active, S6 edge and S6 edge plus. The first three variations are similar in size to the iPhone 6s, while the fourth option is comparable to the iPhone 6s+.

The feature that takes the spotlight in the S6 lineup is the wrap around screen on the Galaxy S6 edge and S6 edge plus. This feature allows the user to get notifications discreetly and have easy access to basic settings. This is one feature that the iPhone lacks.

Between the two phones, I personally believe that the iPhone is a much better phone than the Galaxy S6. The iPhone has a better user interface that is convenient and also caters to the interests of the user. While the Galaxy S6 may be more customizable, I feel that the user interface can get a little bit confusing and a little over-engineered for someone like me who wants a phone that is simple, yet powerful.

I used to own a Samsung Galaxy phone and always had issues with glitches. With the iPhone, I have yet to have any issues. So if you are looking for a sleek and sophisticated phone that has the power to do almost anything, grab yourself an iPhone. If you are in the market for a phone that you can customize to no end, then the Galaxy S6 is for you.

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