Apple is a lot more restrictive in permissions in general.
On Android you have to accept a laundry list of permissions when you install the app. You cannot selectively restrict what it can or can't do.
When you install an app on Apple you don't need to accept any permissions. The app by default gets no permissions but must request it when it needs it. For example "AppName is requesting access to your contacts: Allow / Don't Allow".
I'm an Android user (formerly Apple) and I think this is one area Apple has done it right.