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Android 5.0 Lollipop Makes Nexus 6 Better Than iPhone 6 With Its iOS8 By – Oct 28, 2014 0 0 SHARE

Guest Mode

Guest mode means that the Nexus 6 and any other device running Android Lollipop will have access to multiple profiles on the handset. This is helpful for those who want to use the phone to entertain their kids or what not, but are afraid certain settings and files might get lost. The feature has been already made available on tablet devices, but Google saw it fit for the feature to expand to the smartphone market.


Another thing that lacks from Apple’s ecosystem is the amount of trust that Google is showing to its customer base. While the iPhone 6 and the iOS8 respectively will limit your access to a lot of things, that isn’t the case with Google, as they let customers install whatever app they want. This means that Android users don’t have to limit themselves to using the apps that are sold on the official Play Store, but also any they can find in other sources, although apps that don’t come from the Play Store come with their own risk attached.


With the Nexus 6 bearing the Android 5.0 Lollipop, but also with any other device using Google’s Android OS, you can gain access to all the folders and files in your device by plugging it into the computer by using a USB cable. Doing the same with an iPhone 6 or any other iPhone for that matter won’t get you anywhere, as Apple has restricted the access of users through USB.


Apple’s iPhone 6 and their iOS8 operating system are doing pretty well in terms of battery, thanks to the optimization between the two which makes it more efficient with handling the phone’s energy.

The Nexus 6 benefits from Google’s unique power saving feature. This feature comes with Android 5.0 Lollipop and is called Project Volta. With Project Volta, users can experience even 90 more minutes before the device will finally give out.

It seems like the software found on the Nexus 6 put the iPhone 6 and its iOS in a tight spot. However, Apple can still be relieved, as its October-released device still has some time left before the Nexus 6 makes it appearance.


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