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    IOS versus Android Android and iOS are operating systems primarily used in mobile technology, such as in tablet, smartphones, iPad and more. Both operating systems are made by enormous companies Apple and Google. Apple produces the iOS operating system for iPhone, iPod, iPad and Apple TV, likewise Google makes the Android operating system for all kinds of smartphones and tablets that are compatible with the Android operating system. The two of them are quite popular and progressive. They similarly expanding in a great speed, for instance, they both introduce their new versions of the operating system in a five or six month which creates a massive demand in consumers market. Although Android and iOS operating systems have many similarities, but some of the differences make these two operating systems separate from each other; these differences are commonly in their technical mechanism, interfaces, their product value and manufacturers. The first difference between these two operating systems is their technical mechanism, they both use different…

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    At the same time, iPhone was a new smart phone of Apple Company. iPhone had the camera, music player and many programs in phone, especially a multi-touch. Furthermore, in the same year, Apple Company, Inc changed into Apple Inc. It was when the company developed and grew to be more famous and spread the world with its advanced technology of the year. Not only introducing the new smart phone but also attracted the customers with the new programs of its, App store. App Store is a downloading…

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    with our phones than in the presence of others. Ultimately, this idea of "social interaction [not taking place] over the backyard fence but, rather, in a physically remote location, acts as a barrier to the development of social capital" (Ling, pg 175). Social capital is the ties that connect the individual to society. Because we can pick and choose who we talk to at any given point, we no longer have to communicate with those who make up our local society. Smartphones have created a scenario in…

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    Essay On Jailbreaking

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    illegal to jailbreak an iPad (but not an iPhone or iPod touch)2. It seems Android has completely skipped this roadblock and has not faced such similar bans on rooting. While Apple can still void your warranty for doing so, as of 2016, it is legal in the United States to jailbreak your iPhone under an exemption of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) of 20103. The DMCA is a digital rights management law that was signed by President Bill Clinton. It was intended to protect digital rights…

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    Os Vs Android Essay

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    War of the Operating Systems: iOS versus Android To understand why Apple and Google are in a power struggle to gain consumer attention, it is important to find out what exactly these operating systems are. By definition, “iOS is Apple’s proprietary mobile operating system (OS) for its handheld devices, such as the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The operating system is based on the Macintosh OS X.” (Rouse, “iOS”). On the other end of the spectrum, “Android OS is a Linux-based platform for mobile…

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    Android vs IOS Technology has many controversial topics and the OS battle is one on top. Around the world people are choosing weather to go with android as there first smart-phone or IOS. There are many factors that new buyers tend to look for when choosing there first smart-phone. When a new smart-phone user chooses there first phone they look for how the phone will work in day to day operation, what kind of apps can you get, what and how can you customize it to make it yours and how secure it…

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    Apple not only created the first smartphone to use a multi-touch display, they also pioneered and set a basis of how a smartphone is supposed to operate. For example, the iPhone 6 has been praised for how quick and responsive the phone is from when you touch it all the way to when you speak to it or use its fingerprint security system. User’s of an iPhone 6 experience an almost instantaneous reaction from tapping what you want on the screen to the phone’s processor analyzing information,…

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    Selfiesahre Case Study

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    selfie isn't too imperative however they are alright sharing fun minutes in their own particular setting and condition. Surely there are contrasts by age gathering. 6. Will the OnePlus 5 come with a dual selfie camera? If you have already read all the rumours about OnePlus 5, Then you will be shocked with my answer. One Plus 5 doesn’t have dual front camera. However, it has dual primary camera with 16MP and 20MP. Moreover, front camera has 16MP as equal as rear camera. For your reference I have…

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    SAMSUNG WOULD WIN THE BATLLE, WHY? Samsung and Apple are the two greatest cell phone organizations with a consolidated piece of the overall industry of more than a large portion of the worldwide cell phone market. Consistently both the organizations get new advancements in their cell phones, which extraordinarily expand their cell phone deals. In any case, in today's business where there is ferocious rivalry it is given that every organization will attempt to exceed the other in every…

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    Sylvia Plath had a troubled life. She tried to commit suicide once, but failed. She ended up marrying and having two kids, but the marriage ended in divorce. She later tried to commit suicide again, this time she succeeded. As seen in the poem Mirror, if we aren’t content with our reflection or focus too much on finding ourselves through the mirror, we will end up losing ourselves and never find happiness, just like Plath. We need to find ourselves without looking in the mirror, because if…

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