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Quote: Originally Posted by magnek View Post
An Apple a day keeps all the problems away.

I mean c'mon, the answer was just so obvious.
For all the hate I have on how Apple does just about everything, if I had to recommend a one size fits all set it and forget it solution I would tend to agree. Apple phones by default along with it's very restrictive walled in ecosystem are leaps and bounds more secure and provide a lot better personal protections all around when compared to just about any stock OEM Android phone.

Modded Android is a different ballgame and can be made more secure than the above two but that requires some serious power user sysadmin'ing if you want to go down that road.

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