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BecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseButBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseBecauseiPhone is betterthan Android1.2iPhone orAndroid?You decide!1.1DISCUSSION QUESTIONS:1. The "iPhone" side has many premises which highlight how iPhones are designed to protect users'privacy. How important is privacy to you personally?2. What is the most important thing to take into account when choosing a phone (e..g. price, userexperience, durability, camera, etc.)? Why is this the most important aspect of a phone?3. Would you consider yourself loyal to any specific brand like Apple or Google? If so, do you everwonder whether it's healthy to be loyal to a company that exists to make money on you?4. Do you think it's fair to say that you are addicted to your phone? (Have you ever tried to gomore than 24 hours without it?)Android is betterthan iPhone1.3Android offers goodvalue for their devices(quality plusaffordability)2.7The Google pixel 4Acosts $3003.12The Pixel 4a wasrated 9/10 by "Wired"3.13The Motorola Moto GPower costs only $2003.14The Motorola Moto GPower has a three daybattery life3.15Value should be themost importantconsideration whenbuying a new phone2.8Android allows usersto customize theirexperience2.9Many Androids offerexpandable storage3.16Users can changetheir default apps3.17Users can install adifferent operatingsystem3.18Customizedenvironments offer agreater sense ofmedia enjoyment forconsumers2.10Many users do notwant to customizetheir device veryextensively2.11An Android user cancharge multipledevices using thesame cable2.12Most Androids use aUSB-C charging cable,which is also used inmost new computers3.19Android phones oftenhave innovativefeatures2.13Some companieshave releasedmodular (foldable)phones3.20Android has releasedno-touch controlswhich allow you touse your deviceentirely by voice3.21iPhone is oftencriticized for a lack ofinnovation2.14Apple offers manyiPhone-specificaccessories2.1Apple has released"AirTags" (a trackerused for personalelectronics)3.1Apple has mademultiple wirelesscharging systemswhich are specificallydesigned for iPhone3.2Very few Androidaccessories arespecific to a particulardevice2.2The iPhone offersextensive personaldata protection2.3iPhone allows you toopt out of appstracking you acrossyour phone3.3Apple still collects alot of user data3.4Google reportedlypayed Apple $9 billionto remain the defaultsearch engine inSafari on iOS4.1Google collects largeamounts of user data4.2Google manufacturesthe software for 70%of Android's phones4.3Apple’s CEO, TimCook, said that hebelieves that "privacyis a fundamentalhuman right"3.5Apple does not usethe "Maps" app totrack your locationhistory3.6Any text sent on theApple messaging appis encrypted3.7The Apple app storerequires apps todisclose how they useyour data on easy-to-read privacy labels3.8Personal dataprotection is vitallyimportant whencompanies are willingto violate their users'privacy in order toincrease profits2.4Unlike Android, it iseasy for an iPhone tobe serviced reliably2.5There are 271certified Apple storelocations in the USalone3.9The iPhone is easy-to-use and beginnerfriendly2.6The iPhone integratesseamlessly with otherApple products3.10Every app's content issynchronized fromone Apple device tothe next, since all thestorage is in iCloudand all Appleproducts use thesame Apple ID4.4iOS is designed to besimplistic andstreamlined3.11

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