It is a well known fact that in global usage the market of smart phones is under 20%. That means that most of the people remain traditionally devoted to the normal phones, that have buttons, aren’t using any operating system and certainly don’t run applications. For these people, even if they will ever want to renounce at their old cell phone, the choosing of a new one can be quite picky. And that is because the Apple fans stay loyal to the product and often say there are no flaws in the iPhone.
Maybe there aren’t, but for me not having a flash support or the fact that loses network where there is no good coverage in ATT wireless features , can be a problem. But there must be a reason why iPhone is so popular. I guess the fact that it’s interface is very friendly and has an easy way to access all the folders and sub-folders of the operating system. The iOS is simple in managing and also givers the users multiple possibilities in downloading application. An for that reason iPhone is so popular. The last version of this smart phone has new features like Face Time or multi tasking.
“Face Time” is in fact a feature that allows you to chat with other iPhone 4 users. It’s like a chat room where devoted clients of iPhone have the chance to save money as their communication is entirely free. As I spoke about the Iphone operating system I must add that the competition is bitter, as the Android OS is gaining each day more users. Also this OS seems to be favorable for the manufacturers that are choosing it indifferent of the model or brand. And so we have the high Android platforms in HTC or Samsung and then we have the low ones that run in Motorola or LG.
And I must add here that depending on the producer so is the Android system. Some may be very developing as they allow the software to create new applications down-loadable by any of the platform’s users, or others may just close the system as they manage it in an incorrect way. I also must mention the Blackberry operation system that is a property of the Research In Motion, a Canadian company that is placed in selling on the first level in the United States.11