Hands-On: Google Nexus 5
http://developer.android.com/about/dashboards/index. ... »
http://appadvice.com/appnn/2013/06/ahead-of-wwdc-app ... »
And just because you call 4.1, 4.2, and 4.3 the same name doesn't make them the same version.
I like Android, but I think the manufacturer support from upgrading OS sucks. I'm happy with my HTC One and HTC's commitment to getting the latest OS out relatively quickly, but that is far from the norm. Next device will be a Nexus any way so I can be sure of getting the latest.
http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/156165/ios-6-1-2-al ... »
But your graph hid all the different versions of iOS 6, while you had the audacity to criticize Android for multiple versions of Jelly Bean. And there are multiple versions of iOS 7 as well. And lets not forget that some devices that have iOS 7 are unable to use all of its features. And the same was also true of iOS 6. Where is all that hidden fragmentation on your chart?
The common mistake that people make with Android coming from ios, is that they try to treat it the same way as an Apple device. They are so vast in differences that you can't just jump into the change. And what do most people hate the most? Change. Then they wonder Android doesn't seem to live to their expectations. However, in contrast, I have colleagues that have owned every iteration of the iphone since its debut and very recently switched to Androld. While admitting a slight learning curve that brought ...
But that doesnt chang...
Just admit it people, they are the damn same, except one is more customizable. I see no difference in stability, all the apps that I use are available to both. On-device settings are GENERALLY the same.
At first glance, simply looking at a home screen from each OS, they look very much the same. A screen full of icons you can tap on. I see no and experience no "Fragmentation". As good as an android device is, for its memory, ram, and processor speed, 95% of the manufacturers / carriers have updated the devices to the latest version they can possibly support. Don't get upset when your 486 wont ...
But I have to dissent from one of your comments above...
My 486DX2 runs Windows XP (I have 96MB of RAM memory, yeah baby )
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