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  Unlike Samsung's products, every single iOS device has had a major OS upgrade available.   Unlike Samsung, Apple's current entire iPhone iPad and iPod Touch lineup runs the current iOS 6.       In the past twelve months Samsung has released Gingerbread phones like the Pocket and the Ace 2.   It seems Samsung doesn't want its budget customers to benefit from Android's new APIs.   Samsung is partially responsible for the Android fragmentation issue; other manufacturers...
  stike vomit thinks big letters and shouting will make him right.  SHOCKER!     BUDGET PHONES GET UPDATES TOO!*  SHOCKER! *though much less likely from Samsung or Sony     NOKIA Asha 203 SIM-FREE £50 It was launched as a budget phone in 2012 yet Nokia has already released several software updates   Support for your Nokia Asha 203   Credit where credit is due, Apple and Nokia believe in strong after-sales support.
  which will lead to most developers not bothering to support new features offered by more recent Android versions and APIs, and thus most android manufacturers not bothering with the extra complexity of dealing with a more recent Android version.   This may go some way to explaining why the bulk of Android devices are 2.6.3 or below.   In contrast, my four year old iPhone 3GS with its current iOS can take advantage of the latest programmes with the latest APIs.
No fragmentation in Android?   Consider this, straight from the horse's mouth:   Supporting Multiple Screens   also:     but these APIs are not available to the majority of Android devices, yes, even as of now, most Android Devices are running 2.6.3 or below: again, straight from the horse's mouth:   Current Distribution of Android Devices Accessing Google Play     Consider the irony of my experience: I have an iPhone 3GS purchased in Nov 2009, it shipped with iOS 3 but...
  Oh please, get some perspective, there's no way the UAE and Dubai, which is little more than a huge shopping mall and theme park, can compare to the Intellectual, Economic, Financial, Industrial and yes Military powerhouse that is the United States of America.   consider:  Welcome to the World's Largest Gold Vault where is this vault?  It's the Federal Reserve in New York.   List of sovereign states by foreign-exchange reserves in millions of US...
  It's no different from Gmail's automated systems going through your emails to display targeted ads: Ads in Gmail   Google assures us no human reads the emails but don't forget their humans have access to the servers and the code they run.   This is true of iCloud, Hotmail etc but these services are all provided for "free".   People who want complete peace of mind that nobody's been meddling or snooping at their emails should rent a mail server from a hosting company or...
Over the years I've been bemused and to a degree, disappointed with the obsession with the Microsoft Office Suite.   I hope that people are slowly waking up to the fact that you don't need the full Microsoft Office suite to type up most letters and documents, just as you don't need Internet Explorer to view web pages.     I can recall the very first Excel and Word release, it was created for the then new Apple Macintosh, only later did they migrate to DOS and...
  and it's probably a freebie if you're an executive at Microsoft...   Do you have any offers for the majority of users not fortunate enough to work amongst the select companies?
  Interesting, you insult an entire nation of people by calling them an evil country and yet you say I'm insulting by using the word grumble, which is a synonym for complain, protest or criticise.  I concede that grumble can be perceived as being "loaded", but your original post was indeed, a criticism.   As for don't like the price, don't buy, Apple doesn't provide an essential service nor are you compelled to purchase Apple products, especially when there are so many...
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