Follow up: Nazik Issa
The similarity in many features between Android and iOS systems has become the talk of people, especially with the emergence of some similar features, whether on the iPad before the iPhone, or in the Android versions of Samsung and LG.
To take a more comprehensive idea of this “suspicious” convergence of features, we present some examples:
iPhone X has adopted a completely new way to navigate between apps like swiping up to go back to Home, swiping up and holding to see recent apps, etc. Which is what Android has adopted for both Android 9 and Android 10.
Do Not Disturb mode is a staple of modern phones, and Apple first added this feature to iOS 6 in 2012. Google took its time and added it to its operating system in 2014 with the launch of Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Update for Apple iOS 5, over Wi-Fi without requiring you to connect your phone to a computer and sync with iTunes.
Android users have already been updating their devices the same way for several years.
Apple reached this feature first as the iPhone 4 from June 2010 was the first with a front camera, and Android phones didn’t adopt it until Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which was launched in December of the same year.