11 features Apple 'borrowed' from Android in the last year
That's not necessarily a bad thing - it shows Apple is willing to adapt to customer demand. By doing that, it's giving people more incentive to switch from Android to the iPhone. In fact, Tim Cook couldn't stop talking about "switchers" - people switching from Android to the iPhone - during the company's most recent earnings call in April.
This trend has become more evident in recent years than ever before. Here's a look at the features Apple has "borrowed" from Android over the past year.
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