Is iOS so well-loved by users that any attempts by Apple to innovate or reinvent the operating system might stop people upgrading or buying new iDevices? I don't think so.
on 02/23/2013 – Made popular on 02/23/2013
Android is the one of the leading operating system which is used in most of the mobile phones rather than using iOS. Since apple comes with its iOS devices, people are buying android based smartphones for their day-to-day use. In the field of entertainment, Android is the king which plays various roles in creating innovation among the developers.
Apple’s magical and revolutionary ways have seen in introduce (but not yet release to the public) its OS X Lion and iOS 5 operating systems, along with a new cloud service that wirelessly synchronises various iMacs and iDevices, but couldn’t Microsoft quickly catch up?
I've heard that it's now possible to run Mac OS under VirtualBox. I tried to discuss this on another Linux forum and the mod basically went ape**** on me, claiming that I wanted to rip off Apple and blah, blah, blah. I fail to see how buying their OS and using it is ripping anyone off. You would think Apple would welcome business from Linux users.
In San Francisco today, Apple shared some numbers during its keynote. Only five days after the iOS 7 release, 200 million devices ran the new operating system. It represents a 64 percent adoption rate.
As always, this massive adoption rate is one of Apple’s major strength.
An ex-iPhone user is suing Apple, claiming Apple’s messaging system interfered with the delivery of text messages after she switched from an iPhone to an Android device.
According to Adrienne Moore, Apple’s iMessage retains SMS messages sent from other Apple users, and will not deliver them to her Samsung device.