iOS 9 vs. Windows 10 Mobile – Which One Is Better?
Microsoft never stops improving its Windows operating system. Whether we’re talking about the desktop or mobile version, we’ve seen many changes in the past years. Today we’re going to talk about the Windows 10 Mobile and its direct competitor – Apple’s iOS 9.
According to Microsoft, once the Windows 10 Mobile build 10586.29 will be released for your device, you will notice that the operating system will be greatly improved. At the same time, you will notice that the Microsoft Edge browser will run way better than before.
The American multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington, confirmed that this new build will improve the capability of some Windows 8.1 applications. It seems that Microsoft is trying to focus on making some features and applications to run smoother on its operating system.
Is Windows 10 Mobile Better Than iOS 9?
This is one of the common questions out there. The new mobile operating system that Apple has released is iOS 9. They’ve received overall positive reviews from critics, but let’s not forget that this new operating system was released this fall and there are still many people who have the iDevices running on iOS 8. With other words, we can’t say yet that iOS 9 is better than the Windows 10 Mobile, but we’re pretty sure that any issues that was found is being worked on, or already resolved.
On the other hand, Microsoft has confirmed that some future updates will keep coming for the Windows 10 Mobile. As they release new Windows 10 Mobile builds, the users will be able to receive them. All the updates will be released via the Windows Update. With other words, all the problems that are currently found in Windows 10 Mobile will most likely be resolved soon enough by Microsoft.
Apple has made a few changes on its new iOS 9, but we have to agree that Microsoft has worked a lot on its Windows 10 Mobile. The new Microsoft Edge and other new features that Windows 10 Mobile comes with will surely be enjoyed by anyone who owns a mobile that runs on this new operating system.