As with the release of a new iPhone, there has been a new buzz. Apple Inc. has just released the update ioS 7. With all the craze around Apple, one big competitor has been overlooked. Android has just released Kitkat. Which one do you like better? You may find out.
With the release of ioS 7, there was lots of speculation on what the tiles would look like. Some said they would be circular, others said they would stick with the square. Well, they kept the square but gave them rounded corners. After their feud with Samsung and winning, they had to make a statement and they did. If you don't know, Samsung sent all of the money that they owed Apple in nickels. After this, Apple was mad and they had to do something. Some other problems is that the update is for iPod 5, and the iPhone 4 and up; plus the update takes 5 hours to install. One feature most people don't like is that the password screen is different. It still has the “slide to unlock” feature, but it just slides to the left.
Now into the land of Android. Rumor had it that the next Android was going to be Key Lime Pie 5.0, but it is Kitkat 4.4. Android has focused more on the apps part of it more than the system itself. Along with the new name and partnership with Kitkat, it brings new advertising for Android and Kitkat. The final version is going to be very streamlined and easy to use along with a better interface.
All that goes with this argument is this: do you like Apple or Android? Once you go to Apple you never go back. My advice to you, if you have a 4 or a 4S, it will use your battery 2 times faster. And on that note, I wish you all a good day.