Published on September 20th, 2011 | by Tawann Guice0
iOS 5 Vs. Mango
First off allow me to great you all as I gear you up for this years forth quarter wars, as I would like to call them. This is the time where the technology world pulls out their “best of the best” to rival the competition with new tweaks, features, software changes, options and all. The hardware giants also play a part in all of this but today we are going to focus on the two all time rivals from day one, Apple & Windows. The two have often been synonymous with words like innovation and creativity, and both companies have put out incredible devices, software as well as hardware; all of which are very specific from person to person. Windows may give you user ability, from a broader perspective, where Apple may give something more tight knit. Apple’s iOS focuses on an application based device giving the user the option to download and install what they would like, giving a more personal feel to the device, where as with Windows Phone (that is also in part app based) gives you something a little bit more conventional, uncluttered, and practical. The close out of 2011 will bring us two new yet totally different functioning ways of enjoying the way we use our devices, whether they be cellular devices, or tablet style.
Below, I will be giving you the reader something to look forward to as well as helping you to make a better decision as to what direction you may be looking to go in when purchasing your next mobile device. No disrespect to Android and Rim but lets call a spade a spade, when speaking about the leaders in innovation Windows and Mac clearly lead the way. Check out the video below…
WINDOWS PHONE MANGO:
APPLE iOS 5:
These two videos give you a manufactures view of both devices, yet ultimately it is you the user that determines the devices personal worth. I ask of you when choosing either a Windows Phone, or Apple device not to allow yourself to be swayed by fan boys or one particular device but to make the decision on your own personal needs and or what is convenient for you. Take what you see, and apply that to you, how it can work for you, if it can work for you, or if it is just not for you.