The trope used to be that #Android was for nerds and iPhones were for technophobes. But as Android has gotten easier to use over the years, #iOS has grown more complex. With iOS 9, Apple's latest mobile operating system that will launch in the fall, the #iPhone is officially "all growns up." By adding complicated features into iOS 9, #Apple is giving the iPhone a somewhat steeper learning curve -- but also making it far more useful. Come the fall, your iPhone will be able to better understand the world around you and provide handy information based on where you are, the time of day, who you know and what you've recently been up to. It will also give you a tailored news feed, let you take notes more easily, and it will come with a vastly improved Maps app. http://cnnmon.ie/1MXhfsD
Is it easier to sell a device that is easy to use or one that is complicated? Android's sales have been largely driven by ease of use. The market is evolving. A certain degree of saturation has been reached. You want to sell more computer/devices? Make them easy to use and cheap to make.
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