Apple After Steve Jobs

So, Mr Schiller, according to you:

Android users are often running old operating systems and that the fragmentation in the Android world was “plain and simple.”

OK. How do you explain that Apple refrains from taking advantage of the possibility to push more frequent iOS updates to millions of users in order to make this platform, your platform, alive and at the forefront? Explain to me, Mr Schiller. 

So, Mr Schiller, according to you:

Android users are often running old operating systems and that the fragmentation in the Android world was “plain and simple.”

OK. How do you explain that Apple refrains from taking advantage of the possibility to push more frequent iOS updates to millions of users in order to make this platform, your platform, alive and at the forefront? Explain to me, Mr Schiller. 

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JFMartin

Falling behind Android is unbearable

The simple and well known fact that Android fragmentation is such a big deal for developers and OEMs, it didn’t prevent Samsung and a few others to move forward, and fast. Android is improving at such a pace that many think Android is more innovative than iOS. This is unbearable to me. Here is why.

How can Apple, with its homogeneous iOS ecosystem and device lines coupled with the ability to push iOS updates over the air, can start to look so bad and fall behind Android? They have the lever to bring us forward at unprecedented speed but they don’t use it. They choose to keep a one per year update for iOS. What a waste of power. 

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JFMartin