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Life is good in modern times. You can connect with your loved ones, do work and stay entertained without a care in the world. Amazingly, it's all thanks to the tiny computer that you carry in your pocket.
Sadly, the fun doesn't last forever. Between hazards like planned obsolescence and your smartphone's seemingly irresistible attraction to open bodies of water, it's only a matter of time before you're faced with a tough decision. You'll either have to pay for an expensive phone repair or live with a severed connection to the modern world.
When it comes to hot tech products, new launches can be somewhat hit or miss. That's why it's particularly interesting when devices garner widespread attention before even hitting the market. For a perfect example of this, you need look no further than Apple's upcoming iPhone X. Thanks to one of the most thorough redesigns in years and its inclusion of some fresh features, fans are already doing everything in their power to get their hands on one.
If you're the type of person who gets a warm, fuzzy feeling at the prospect of a new iOS platform, then you're probably looking forward to the near future. The iPhone X premium platform is said to blow the old iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus out of the water with advanced wireless charging, a custom iOS 11.1 version, and Apple's hexacore A11 Bionic system on a chip. The device also eliminates the Apple Home Button, and this touches on why some people are hesitant.
With the world's leading two mobile operating systems celebrating their decade anniversaries, it's only natural to wonder how far each has come. Fortunately for those who love comparisons, both saw major releases in the summer of 2017. This makes it a bit easier to weigh Android and iOS on the scales of consumer opinion.
Which platform will ultimately win the battle for smartphone and tablet supremacy? Although it may still be too early for hard predictions, there are definitely a few things we can say about Android Oreo and iOS 11.