Not every problem with Android should be called "fragmentation"
0. phoneArena 22 Mar 2012, 16:40 posted on
Every single time we post an article about the next Android OS update, there is the inevitable calls about fragmentation, and how Google should fix its "fragmentation" problem, which people claim is exacerbated...
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110. Whateverman (Posts: 3236; Member since: 17 May 2009)
Yeah, what Michael said! That's what I was saying, but he made it sound real pretty like.
97. PhoneCritic (Posts: 466; Member since: 05 Oct 2011)
Great Artical Mike. I hope that both sides realized that al platforms suffer from Fragmentation. this is not just an Android thing but also an Ios issue as well. The point here is that Mr. Jobs did such a number on Apple customers that they belived what he was saying without questions. That is a no no. People needed to investigate for themselves. Never belive marketing not from Google not From Apple not from Microsoft etc... A company will always cast it's self in the best light and its competition in thee worst of light. Great read Mike very fair indeed.
123. c.hack (Posts: 528; Member since: 09 Dec 2009)
What a suprise. Fandroids agreeing with each other.
102. hepresearch (unregistered)
That's alright... there's no shame in taking a nap once in a while. I'm also starting to get too old to be awake for the whole day, anyway.
119. vslayer (Posts: 34; Member since: 12 Dec 2011)
that what is good with my 1st gen windows phone i must say that my phone is updated up to the latest which is droids dont have ;0
122. c.hack (Posts: 528; Member since: 09 Dec 2009)
Droids go obsolete in about 3 months, with "support" for about 6 months - on a 2 year contract. They're a case of you don't get what you pay for.
124. remixfa (Posts: 14255; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
if you consider support as
"in a year, we are going to upgrade to iOS"x", but you will only get 80% of it, just to say you are on the same OS as the new phone. If you want ALL the features, you must buy a new phone model. Oh and we may purposely slow down your phone to force the upgrade".
then yea, iphones are well supported. lolz.
132. c.hack (Posts: 528; Member since: 09 Dec 2009)
Like "in a month we are upgrading to Jellybean but 90% of phones won't even get ICS?"
Fact is iOS devices get upgrades and droids don't
125. remixfa (Posts: 14255; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
can you tell me all the apps that an android 2.2 device can not get that an android 2.3 device can? can you name 3? 2? Can you even tell me the major difference between 2.2 and 2.3? What benefits does ICS actually bring that the end user will notice?
dont spend too much time searching the internet for the answer.
128. solidsnakeduds013 (Posts: 218; Member since: 20 Oct 2010)
I thought I was the only person who thought that. At least I'm not the only one
127. Habib (Posts: 114; Member since: 26 Feb 2011)
Again a very clear and objective article by Micheal!
I got my answers now :D!
and for those who are still in debate with the Fragmentation.
I think its more of this feeling " why dnt i get the newest thing quickly" and
other parties get angry bcuz they buy a new phone, they expect it to have the "NEWEST" of everything and when they notice tht its not the case they get
aggravated. And they find an excuse which is, by default in ANDROID, fragmentation!
I hate ignorance!
131. c.hack (Posts: 528; Member since: 09 Dec 2009)
And more fragmentation. You can ignore it or whine that iOS has it too, but the fact is Android fragmentation is there and is a PITA