Apple vs. Android
Apple and Android are the two highest selling products, have fast processing, and are very sleek. Apple Inc. is worth approximately $560 billion dollars. Android, owned by Google, is worth approximately $186 billion dollars.
Similarities of Apple and Android products are basic. They are both two fast developing systems. They both produce phones, tablets, and run their own internets. They are the two highest products sold in the world. They also have the highest rated and updated software.
Apple has closed software, and runs their own product internet, Safari. 27% of U.S. owners alone own an Apple smart phone. The Apple iPad’s beat Android tablets by a 66% to 26% vote. People used more IOS than Android products by a vote of 58% to 31%. 45% of U.S. owns an iPhone. Apple blows away Android by 90% of revenue going to Apple products and sales. Steve Jobs, who died last fall, is the beloved owner of Apple.
Android is owned by Google. They have an open source purchased by Google. Android has over-taken Apple in app sales, since January of 2008, out of over 12,000 people. Over 80% preferred Android operating systems over Apple. 43% of the U.S. own Android products. Gingerbread, owner of Google, owns Android.
These products are the two highest selling products in the world. No other name brand product will get between the two of these in products. Apple sells more products, so we can infer that more people prefer Apple. Between the two of these incorporations, they both do a very good job in sales.
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