The two most common types of smartphones are Apple iPhones and Android phones. These devices differ in their operating systems, design, and app ecosystems. Apple iPhones run on the iOS operating system and are designed solely by Apple. They are known for their sleek design, smooth performance, and secure app ecosystem available through the Apple App Store.

Android phones, in contrast, use the Android operating system created by Google. These phones are manufactured by various companies such as Samsung, Google, and OnePlus. Android phones provide a more flexible and customizable user experience, with a wide variety of designs, features, and price points. Apps for these phones are available through the Google Play Store, which offers an extensive selection, though there may be more variation in app quality.

The guides will be different depending on whether you have an Apple iPhone or an Android device. To access a guide tailored to your specific device, click the image below that corresponds to the type of smartphone you have.