| BY THE APPLE GIRL
Here are some of the key new features in iOS 4.3, which will just be an overlay on the existing iOS on the iPad.
Here are some HoneyComb features that you should consider before deciding on either device
All in all, if you are geek and like to twist your brain around how to get your tablet to work best for you, then Android is the way to go. If you want a tablet which is intuitive and hassle free with the best user experience, then iOS is your obvious choice.
P.S: Check out the demo from the Android Honeycomb release. I would’nt blame you if you can’t get past 10 mins of the hour long video. Really, Google you need to learn how to get past your geekiness and reach out to the customers!!
| BY THE GOOGLE CHIC
I would have to say that the most exciting feature of iOS 4.3 is the personal hotspot. I thought AppleGirl would be jumping up and down for this since she won’t have to tether off of me anymore 😉
The only downside to this is that it’s available only for the iPhone 4 and it looks like AT&T is putting a 3 device limit on this 😛 Apple is just a little behind in the game on this!
As for the intuitive multi touch features, if there’s one button on the device of course you would need an “intuitive” gesture to go home. What’s more intuitive than a home button on the device ?:)
As for the Honeycomb features here are the highlights I pointed out the other day.
I guess AppleGirl, just doesn’t understand the concept of customization since it’s not available on iOS. Apple users are given what Steve Jobs says it’s good for the masses. I could see how having options would be confusing and frustrating for an Apple users. Most people would welcome the fact that you can choose which ever widget you would like to use whether it’s a grid or stack widget. No, I don’t think it’s for the geeks, if you don’t like it, simply don’t put it on your desktop.
The notification looks pretty seamless to me. If I’m working on something I can easily see gtalk messages coming in. It’s much better than a number over an App icon 🙂
Lastly, Steve Jobs must feel pretty insecure about iOS to have to distort the truth when it comes to number of apps available for Honeycomb. A majority of the apps on the Market will work on Honeycomb. There is a smaller percentage which has been optimized for Honeycomb but I wouldn’t take Job’s number as a fact considering his known distortion reputation.