- Apple’s iPhone 12 comes with several upgrades like 5G support, a refreshed design, and a camera that’s better at taking photos in the dark.
- But there are several useful features found on Android phones that the iPhone still lacks.
- These include a fingerprint sensor and an always-on display.
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Apple’s iPhone 12, which is available for pre-order starting Friday, brings a number of changes that differentiate it from last year’s iPhone 11. These include an updated design, 5G support, improved cameras, and new size options.
Plus, the iPhone 12 lineup will be compatible with a new line of accessories Apple is launching called MagSafe, which as its name implies uses magnets to quickly and securely attach to the iPhone.
The addition of 5G and a wider range of sizes and price points certainly gives Apple more leverage to compete with products from Android rivals like Samsung and Google. But there are still a few small but useful features found on Android phones that I had hoped to see on the iPhone 12 lineup.
Here’s a closer look at the top Android features missing from Apple’s latest smartphones.