In iPhone vs Android Speed Test, The Winner Is...

iPhone vs Android: Over 24 million views for this video

In iPhone vs Android Speed Test, The Winner Is...

iPhone vs Android: Which phone works faster? Watch the video to find out.

An iPhone vs Android face-off video has reignited the old debate around which phone works better. While there are several companies you can choose from if you want to buy a smartphone, most of them will run on one of two mobile operating systems: iOS (for iPhones) or Android.  

Both platforms have amassed their own fan following over the years. While iPhone loyalists claim their phones - manufactured by tech giant Apple - are technically superior and have better cameras, Android fans refute such claims by talking about the advantages of their phones - more functionality and more features for half the cost of an iPhone. 

Now, a video that has gone massively viral on Twitter claims to show, in real time, which phone works faster. The video was originally uploaded to TikTok by user '@corylewis04'. In the 33-second clip, an iPhone and an Android smartphone are placed side by side. A user clicks on both of them simultaneously to see on which phone apps open faster. 

The user opens a variety of applications - from Twitter and Instagram to the hugely popular mobile game Among Us. In almost all the cases shown in the video, apps load faster on the Android phone. 

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"Androids will forever be superior," wrote the Twitter user who shared the video on the microblogging platform. Incredibly enough, they used "Twitter for iPhone" to do so - a fact that did not go unnoticed.  

The iOS vs Android face-off video has gone massively viral on the microblogging platform, collecting over 24 million views and thousands of comments debating the pros and cons of both platforms. 

A number of Apple fans pointed to the superiority of iPhone cameras.

"iOS devices are so consistent and the in-app animation and scrolling are so much smoother than Androids," one Twitter user said.

Android fans rushed to defend their phones, pointing to the many cons of owning an iPhone

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