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Top message:  WOW by Ashke13   Sep 23, 2012, 9:59 AM

Replying to:  Re: WOW by Slammer   Sep 23, 2012, 12:06 PM


by Vmac39    Sep 24, 2012, 8:21 PM

But, unlike Microsoft, Apple's software isn't everywhere and nearly on every computer. I believe that's where the difference will be, not just for entertainment or casual use. I'm speaking more on Windows 8. The unification of all their ecosystems will be a major step in the right direction for them, considering, love it or hate it, most people use PC's and they have the know how to do it right.

As for WP7, it has some short comings but, nothing that keeps it from being a phone. With WP8, it stands to be a great phone. If the core of the OS is the same as the desktop version, then they will have room to improve where they need to. On another note, despite some of the short comings, it's funny seeing a feature that Droid thinks is new and WP has been doing it for two years. Being able to open apps using voice. You can do quite a bit using voice but, that's just me noticing the small things.

While this feature alone isn't a major selling point, my point for even mentioning it is, No OS will do everything that everyone will want or like. It will just boil down to what you're use to and like. I think WP8 will be just fine and I'm eager to get my hands on one of these new devices. With the top three carriers supporting WP8, more people who have been wanting one but, didn't want to leave Verizon, just to get a particular phone, which is understandable.

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