Constant Software Updates
When Apple identifies a vulnerability or an issue with its software, it typically patches the bug in the next software update (or as soon as possible). That’s already a huge step above the fragmented Android ecosystem. But once a patch is out, it’s up to the user to actually download and install that update.
Luckily, Apple’s devices are extremely easy to update when compared to some of its competitors — due to the company’s tight integration and controlled device base. Apple can also be annoyingly persistent about its updates, which turns out to be a good thing for users.