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iOS 12 vs. Android 9 Pie, Other

this week's Cult of Mac Magazine: How will future mobile operating systems compare to the new Android platform? We will give you a blow-by-blow comparison of all the best (and worst) features.

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Cult of Mac Magazine, Issue 257

iOS 12 and Android 9 Pie
Android 9 Pie landed on the Google Pixel device one month before Apple released iOS 12. Both have new features and improvements, are they better than other features?
A comparison of Android 9 and iOS 12 is as follows.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Samsung Galaxy Note 9 prepares the 2018 iPhone
Samsung expects this galaxy note 9 this morning as the Galaxy S 9 of this spring does not sell it well. This 6.4-inch Android device has to compete with iPhone X, and a new smartphone Apple will introduce in a couple of weeks will also be required.

do not disturbYou need to use the call at bedtime at 24 hours a day
As a new feature of iOS 12, there is a possibility that calls may be rejected at bedtime. I think it is boring, but if you ask a person using a beta, it will tell you that it will shake. Apart from becoming active overnight, the main difference between a normal incoming call refusal and the new 'at bedtime' is that all notifications are hidden from the lock screen until intentionally swiped on the screen.

Aos 12Improve iPhone's portrait mode with iOS 12
iOS 12 has greatly improved that Apple did not get the opportunity to introduce during the WWDC preview. According to one developer, one of these is a significantly enhanced portrait mode for the compatible iPhone model.


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