Google VS Apple, or Rather, Nexus VS iPhone

When it comes to updates in the mobile world, on the one hand there is Android and the other is iOS. Lately even Windows Phone luckily is becoming protagonist but still is not considered a lot when it comes to comparisons between mobile systems. Considering only Google and Apple, almost always notice a certain discontent among users in relation to updates of Android devices. The various brands in fact do not update very products and although Google releases update frequently, these are implemented quietly, on a few devices and still completely changed.

Everything changes if we take into account only the Nexus, smartphone products in collaboration with Google and managed directly by big g. The Nexus could be defined the iPhone with Android and in fact are the first to be upgraded. But in a direct confrontation with various Apple smartphone, update policy and longevity of support are comparable?

The chart above looks at the release date of a product and the time that Google or Apple have supported that particular smartphone. If graphically is understandable, need further explanation of course differences between firmware and what Android or iOS have resulted in various releases.

If on the one hand, we can see an advantage for Apple, on the other hand it is to stress how frequent are the updates on iPhone will go on for years, but as time passed, each new version becomes more and more a small number as the new features are hardly on older iPhone why not supported by the hardware. This applies of course also for Android except that a Nexus after 2 years is not updated with “fewer features but with the latest OS,” simply is not released the update.

The chart above is even easier to read and view numerically the months of support for each product.

Also applies in this case, the first speech but we are expanding to another concept. If both the ecosystems it is true that applications run better on newer software on iOS is still more marked the difference because developers tend to abandon the old app on firmware compatibility. As an example, a Nexus One, iPhone 3 g and 3Gs, released between can navigate even today in Play Store and download the latest update from Twitter, Gmail or other although with some limitations. An iPhone 3 g is an App Store quite bare and some apps just don’t work anymore.

Essentially Apple is ‘ forced ‘ to update the version number although there are no real software news, in order to preserve the option of downloading and installing apps thing in Android is decidedly less marked.

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