"might not offer all features which its full-fledged sibling" ...since when does ANY new version of iOS offer all features to older devices? Apple always chops out features regardless of if the Hardware can support it or not.
so apple is still supporting iphone 4s that was released 2011 while android stop supporting a long time ago the galaxy nexus which also came out 2011.
the contrast on which company has device support in mind
I want to cam delete the legacy apps.
I want more memory free in my iPhone 16Gb.
This is what sets apple apart from the others (bar nexus devices). Unlike pushing out many variants of a phone (looking at you Samsung, LG, HTC) apple release one phone a year and then focus best of delivering updates. Whereas Samsung pushes out half backed updates after a six month delay with bugs that never get addressed. Experience from my Note 3! Not saying Apple is innovative, it's doing quite the opposite recently playing catch up with entering the phablet and wearables business, but when Tim Cook gets on that stage and brag about a 99% customer satisfaction score, what he refers to is the excellent after sales support both in person and over the air.
So Apple is now copying Microsoft in bringing the mobile and desktop platform cost together.
Its funny how people fights here.everytime i see the comments make me laugh
Anonymous, 23 May 2015Fragmentation.Yes. That is something that android is peerless in.
iJUNK will get a better life...for people with less money buy theyr older devices...apple are joking with it! stupid capitalism
AnonD-189020, 23 May 2015Just lacking creativity. They can't innovate any moreIt's called after-sales support. It's not meant to be innovative. It's supposed to make customers happy. I think you iHaters associate Apple with innovation so much that you think every shred of news about them is some sort of innovation.
Anonymous, 23 May 2015Wonder what will be the oldest device it will support. Sounds like something cool from Apple though.It already said ipad mini and 4s
Wonder what will be the oldest device it will support. Sounds like something cool from Apple though.