The iPhone 13 offers a ton of upgrades that bring a lot of excitement to iPhone users. From new movie and video modes to longer battery life and more storage, the iPhone 13 is a welcome improvement over its predecessor. But Apple still lacks some useful features compared to some of its Android rivals.Many Android phones, for example, have nicked, edge-free screens with built-in fingerprint sensors. These features aren't new either, having existed on some Android phones for years. The notch-free designThe iPhone 13 notch isn't as wide as the iPhone 12, but it is definitely there. On the other hand, many Android device makers have successfully designed screens with barely visible camera cuts that make the front of the phone feel more like a seamless piece of glass.Samsung Galaxy S21 smartphone, for example, has a small hole near the top of the screen for the camera, and the company has been implementing a similar design on its flagship devices since the Galaxy S10 was released in 2019.However, there may be a reason why the iPhone gap is bigger than Samsung and other Android devices. The iPhone notch doesn't just include the selfie camera; It is also where the sensors for Apple facial recognition feature are located. Facial recognition technology is widely seen as ahead of competitors and more secure. A screen that displays the time and calendar events even while sleepingWhen your iPhone screen is off, your phone turns into an empty black rectangle. But many modern Android phones can display information like time and calendar events even when the screen is asleep. Device makers including Samsung, Huawei and Xiaomi have released phones that turn on displays with touch. Charge other devices when you're not near an outletMany people have the habit of charging their phones overnight. But if you own a smartwatch or wireless headphones, there a good chance you forgot to plug them in at least once.Android phones like Samsung Galaxy S21 and Google Pixel 5, as well as older Galaxy phones like the S20 and S10, have a feature that is useful in this situation. Samsung calls it Wireless Power Share, Google calls it Battery Share, but the two are essentially the same. The back of these devices can be used as a wireless charging pad for products compatible with the Qi wireless charging standard. Most modern mobile phones and accessories use the Qi wireless charging standard. The on-screen fingerprint sensor unlocks your phoneFacial recognition works well in most situations, but not when you're wearing a mask. If you're an iPhone user without an Apple Watch, you might miss the old days of putting your thumb on the home button to unlock your iPhone.Sadly, that hasn't changed with the iPhone 13. This feature is very useful and much faster for many users. A charger that also works with Macs and non-Apple devicesWouldn't it be great if you could use the same charger to power your iPhone and Mac?Like all iPhone models since the iPhone 5, the iPhone 13 includes Apple proprietary Lightning charging port. You can also charge the iPhone 13 with Apple MagSafe charger or the standard Qi wireless charger, but if you want to plug it in, you'll have to use Lightning.It is a shame the iPhone doesn't have USB-C support, even though it is the charging standard for Apple iPad Air, iPad Pro, MacBook laptops and the new iPad Mini. Using one charger to power all devices is the simple type OF thing I'd like to see from Apple.USB-c is the established charging standard on Android devices, and these included USB-C cables are more common and useful than the iPhone because you can also use them with other devices and accessories.It is unclear if we'll ever see USB-C on the iPhone. Apple is said to be working on a bottomless iPhone, and its MagSafe charging system seems to be a step in that direction.About OriwhizOriwhiz (Shenzhen DongYe Tengfei Electronics Co.,Ltd) is a professional iPhone repair parts, iPad, iMac, MacBook, Xiaomi, Huawei, Samsung, Sony, LG, Asus repair parts and repair tools supplier which has served thousands of repair shops with wholesale parts and hundreds of thousands of individual customers with the parts needed to fix their own iPhone, iPad, MacBook, and other digital devices.If you would like to buy iPhone repair parts replacement or other phone repair parts, please feel free to click on products category and select the product you want.