[INFOGRAPHIC] Google vs Apple: Who Rules in 2017?

Google or Apple: Which big-budget is actually worth your cash?

Both will take a sizeable chunk out of your bank balance and offer you top-level performance and features in return . Both companies share many common traits which have contributed to their success. Even the best defence in the world can’t win a game if the offence doesn’t put some points on the scoreboard.

Google could have made the decision to stay solely focused on search, but they had the foresight to move beyond the certainty of what is to pursue new opportunity by focusing on what if. Apple on the other hand, while once the leading innovator in their space, has ceded that position to other more aggressive players like Samsung, HTC and yes, Google.

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Google Pixel 2 XL vs Apple iPhone X

Google Pixel 2 XL (4/5)

Google begs to differ, and managed to put its version of Apple’s Portrait Mode in both the Pixel 2 XL and the regular-human-sized Pixel 2, using the exact same sensors in both phones.

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In Apple land, if you take too many photos and video you basically brick your phone, and even if you pay for extra iCloud storage beyond the sad default of 5GB, it’s a chore to keep your local storage clean.

My solution? Don’t take too many pictures. In Google’s world, cloud storage is cheap enough to offer as a carrot, and with the Pixel 2 you can upload unlimited original-quality video and photos to Google’s cloud. A

s a company desperate to contend with Apple and Samsung as a hardware brand, it makes sense that Google is willing to spend a few extra 2017 dollars on data centers to win converts who might stick around into the future.

Apple iPhone X (5/5)

Apple makes some bold statements about Face ID, such as that it’s less prone than Touch ID to being tricked, can also work in the dark, and will recognize changes to your face, if you grow a beard, or wear glasses, or change your hair, or put on a kooky outfit.

But we still don’t know how Face ID will work in the wild when millions of people are using it. Technology is not infallible, and it’s impossible to predict what could go wrong with this unlocking method. The iPhone X is a sensational-looking iPhone – but it obviously comes at a huge cost, and you’ll have to wait to get it.

Question marks remain over Face ID as a way of unlocking the phone, but if your face truly does get ‘learned’ over time, it could work well. Face ID was erratic in demos,Cost is so, so high, the iPhone X is one of the most expensive flagship phones ever made. if you want an iPhone X, getting one in 2018 is pretty unlikely.

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Google Pixelbook vs Apple Macbook

Google Pixelbook (4.5/5)

The Pixel book is the best of both worlds – it runs both Chrome OS and tons of Android apps natively out of the box. It’s great news, then, that Google has finally chosen to give its long-neglected premium Chrome book. Pixelbook will be Google’s first stab at a 2-in-1 convertible Chrome book.

Apple Macbook (4/5)

Apple has given the MacBook’s performance a much-needed boost, and it helps OS X zip along much better. Its critical flaws remain, but the 2016 version is less of a risk than it was last year. We just wish it was a bit cheaper.

Google Pixel Buds vs Apple Earpods

Google Pixel Buds (3/5)

Google’s bitten the audio bullet and launched its first-ever pair of wireless headphones: Google Pixel Buds. The Pixel Buds are likely overpriced, but we love the quick access it offers to Google Assistant. The Pixel Buds will release in November 2017.

Apple Earpods (3.5/5)

Air Pods are the first completely wireless earphones from Apple, and they’re sold as the perfect companion to the new iPhone 7. In lots of ways, they’re the best wireless ear buds you can buy right now, thanks to a rock-solid connection, easy setup and great battery life. It’s a shame that the limited fit won’t suit all ears and the sound isn’t quite worthy.

Final Words

All this makes us realise that Google vs Apple is a never-ending battle..

I hope you loved to read my views and my efforts in bringing out the best and the worst in each of the latest devices by the two giants. Let me know in comments if you think I share awesome content and do share the post if you liked it. Cheers!

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