iOS 13 and Android 10 which one is more secure?
Keeping your phone up to date seems the easiest way to secure your phone from malware and Apple is the winner in this case. Why? because Apple fans just needs to push the update button to get the latest update from Apple. In another side, Android fans need to wait for a while to get the latest updates from Android because their phone manufacturers or carrier networks need time to integrate those updates to their customized Android versions, and do final checks before publishing it to their customers. Is it too late? So Apple is the winner in this battle.
In another story about permission control feature, Android 10 have many changes to be the winner. Specifically, allowing apps with excessive permission to access phone’s data leads to leak data, now you can monitor, block permission request from app via dedicated Privacy section in Settings.
Photo with included geolocation info is also another privacy-related issue. On both iOS 13 and Android 10, user can decide if geolocation is included into shared Photo. Furthermore, Android 10 gives user 3 options: deny permission, accept them, or let an app access your location while you are using it.
In conclusion, with whichever OS, you still have to protect your privacy by yourself. So we give you another solution, that’s is AnyBackup which is an Apple MFi-certified device that can backup your phone data automatically, just plug it to your phone to start backing up data from your phone (or even social network data) to the tiny Micro SD card or even an External Portable Hard Drive. Hence, AnyBackup can charge your phone up to 100W while backing up data from your phone. How cool is it?
AnyBackup will be introduced on Kickstarter by this March, 2020.
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