Nov. 18, 2012
-- The Android Phone has a different intended market focus in the marketplace than the iPhone does. As a result, the Android Phone marketing releases focus on what it can do, and the iPhone press releases and video focus on why individuals who own such a phone designate a phone to do any task. The iPhone can be used as the executive secretary's task-list. An Android is viewed,using my metaphor, as a vehicle to "drive" the Internet. This gives rise to a different range of capabilities for Android, an egalitarian team view of abiding within Google's plans.
The Android phone does have a map locator on Google.(Source 2). The iPhone is marketed as an extremely wide-angle camera phone, an LTE media-strength wireless source, and an excellent 3D-representational map source, paraphrasing Mr. Joni Ive.(Source 1) The power of the iPhone message is that the people who supervised its manufacture discuss this process in general terms. This emphasizes the customer's power. The Android user can view the maps or process his or her photos from Google's platform, hearing the map directions, while average connectivity lasts.
1.Mr.Ive. Apple intro video.
2.Google. Intro video to Android visible from the Google platform. Google.com.
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