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Android is safer than iOS according to experts

Android security

The battle between iPhone devices and Android phones seems to never come to an end. Some say that the Cupertino brand is much safer than Google, not in vain the great G lives on advertising and data. Others, on the other hand, say that Apple is all facade and that the truth is that they are like us like the rest of the big companies.

Nonsense wars that will never have a clear winner, at least in the frequent debates that arise on the web. Because another thing is reality and that is little or nothing practice has to do with the theory. Is Apple safer than Google? Is my data more protected on my iPhone?

Android and iOS: two fully secure operating systems

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<p>As the digital media Vice reports, for Rex Kiser who conducts the forensic digital exams of the Fort Worth police department, <strong>The answer to all these questions is quite clear</strong>.</p>
<p>It is of the opinion that both Apple and Google only try to hinder the work of the police, making excuses so that they cannot access their phones under the pretext of safeguarding consumer privacy. You just have to look back and remember the San Bernardino affair, <strong>when the FBI asked Apple to release a terrorist's iPhone to access their information</strong>, something the company of the bitten apple refused to do.</p>
<p>According to Rex, a few years ago it was impossible to hack and access the information of an iPhone, while all Android devices were easily hackable. Today recognizes that it is the opposite: the police can access any Apple device <strong>while many Android phones are quite inaccessible</strong>.</p>
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<p>It is clear that we have reached a point where all companies are manufacturing devices that are quite safe for users. At the end of the day, choosing between an iPhone and an Android should be made by parameters other than security – design, ecosystem, camera etc.) as it is clear that <strong>both iOS and the Android operating system are very similar in this regard</strong>.</p>
<p><em>And you, what do you think?</em></p>
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