iPhone 6s Plus vs Nexus 6P: Software
We're not going to sit and compare Android to iOS, as that's like comparing Apples to oranges. Everyone has a preference, or some just want the latest of whatever is available. Many are tied into the Apple ecosystem and won't wander off, but if you do, the Nexus 6P delivers the best of Android.
Running on iOS 9 the iPhone 6s Plus has tons of new features, improvements across the board, and a brand new 3D Touch feature unlike anything we've ever seen. The phone can feel how hard a user presses. Allowing light taps on the screen to show previews of an app, setting, or email, and a deep (hard 3D press" will go from the preview, to opening the app. This allows for quick launching certain aspects of apps, multi-touch controls like we've never seen before and more. Reviews all around the web are praising 3D Touch, and you'll want to experience it for yourself.
Users also get live photos, a better camera software, Apple Pay mobile payments and much more. Again, everyone is different, but these are just a few of many points.
How Apple changed touch with 3D touch, Google's revolutionilzed multi-tasking with the Nexus 6P thanks to Android 6.0 Marshmallow and a new feature called Google Now on Tap. Long-pressing the home button while doing anything from reading an email, texting a friend, or messaging with Facebook will read what's on your screen, and find relative content to it. A user can lookup a movie, see the reviews, watch a preview or trailer, buy movie tickets with an app installed and more all without ever leaving the email, conversation, or message thread. It's a powerful new search and multi-task feature that Android 6.0 Marshmallow users are going to love.
Here's a video of Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Google Now on Tap, but this is just a small example of the many possibilities it brings to the table. Both of these phones run the latest and greatest mobile OS versions in the world, are packed full of features, and it's up to buyers to decide what they want more.
Obviously there is much more to the software than these points, but we could talk about Android vs iOS for hours on end. You know what they both offer, so choose what's best for you.
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