This week, Android fans were in uproar over the features that Apple borrowed for iOS7, and Samsung launched the Galaxy S4 Zoom, while the Galaxy NX leaked. Meanwhile Sony prepares the Xperia ZU, HTC the One Mini, and Google floats above it all with internet providing hot air balloons.
What we saw was so oddly different, we we’re still not sure what to make of it. We’re still cocking our heads like so many pugs, wondering if iOS 7 is even interesting. The wholly new look suggests that they were as bored of looking at the interface as everyone else was. So where are their strengths?
iOS 7 borrows heavily from its competition, but should we care?
Apple's latest iOS 7 was finally announced yesterday. Looking at the OS, we can't help but feel like we've seen many of these features somewhere before. Apple's iOS 7 draws inspiration from many rival platforms, but should we care?
Apple drops Google for Siri searches, switches to Bing
During the keynote presentation at its developers conference, Apple has revealed that Google is to be dropped as the Internet search engine for Siri in the next release iOS 7, Bing will now be used instead. Are Apple making a mistake by switching to Microsoft's Bing?
iOS 7 unveiled, includes new UI and features – all you need to know
Apple’s WWDC will be upon us in a few hours, and Apple hopes to reignite a stale iOS, after it has fallen behind Android in recent times. Join us as we take a look at all of the reasons why Android is king of the mobile operating system world.