7 iOS 16 features that Android 13 doesn’t have

It is always the case of whodunnit when one compares iOS and Android. We often end up comparing who brought which feature first, whether it was iOS or Android. Now that we have the newest versions of iOS and Android out, it is time for another whodunnit. So, let us go through the features that iOS 16 brought first or the features that Android 13 still does not have.
‘Passkeys’ is the big idea to replace the good old passwords. But why Passkeys over passwords? They are easier to use and much more secure than typical passwords. And Apple is the first to bring it with iOS 16. We do expect Google to incorporate this sooner or later in Android.
Live Text in Videos

Yes, we know you can copy text from pictures on Android using Google Lens, and Apple was late to adopt it. But, in iOS 16, you can copy text from videos. You only need to pause the video and select the text to copy, translate or share it. This feature is still not available in Android 13 or any of the third-party skins.
Safety Check
Apple’s Safety Check feature is not similar to the Safety Check available on Pixel. The two are useful in their own ways, but the one in iOS 16 is for the victims of domestic abuse, while the Pixel ) one is for when the user is alone.
The Safety Check in iOS 16 revokes and resets the privacy access the users have given to others in case of domestic violence. There’s no equivalent for iOS’ Safety Check on Android or Pixels
Edit or undo a message

WhatsApp, Telegram and many other apps have the option of deleting a message. But, there is no such feature for the in-built messaging app on Android. However, the Messages app in iOS 16 gives users an option to undo a message, and even an option to edit messages. None of them is available on the Messages app on Android.
Track your medications
Using the Health app in iOS 16, users can now manage their medications. You can set a specific time for a medicine, and you will get the notification to have that medicine. You still can use third-party apps but there is no such in-built feature in Android 13.
Unit conversion

This might not seem much of a big feature, but it is very handy. In iOS 16, users can convert units within the Photos, Notes, Messages and other apps; just tap the unit, and the converted unit pops up. Meanwhile, on Android, you will have to use the Google Lens app for unit conversion, which is not as seamless as the unit conversion in iOS.
Lockdown mode
This is an extreme security mode that limits the functions and enhances security further to prevent any spyware attack. You will not find such security features on any Android smartphone.

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