iPhone 5, iCloud and iOS 5 VS Android:
In the recent quarter of this year, it was viewed that the sales of Android Mobile OS is slogging.
According to the recorded statistics of ChangeWave survey, it shows that only 32% of the consumers are planning to buy the Android OS (Google) devices in the next 90 days, while a larger 46% are planning to buy the iOS (Apple) devices and a far behind 4% for Blackberry OS (RIM) devices.
It can be noted that in terms of market share, Android Mobile OS devices seem to be dominant, however due to the upcoming iPhone 5, the iCloud service and iOS 5 the dominant standing of Android OS is currently destabilizing by ranking only next to iOS in the said survey.
Apparently, these results are direct effects of the consumer’s continuing demands on smartphones and mobile OS as well.
Considering the anticipation of the people for the release of Apple’s 5th generation iPhone, the upcoming service of iCloud and iOS 5 and their claimed satisfaction to Windows 7, we can almost say that there’s no greater and better than the service we can get with Apple.
Add to that is the increasing popularity of Apple that helps in utilizing its dominance are already a crystal-clear factor for both consumers and their rivals.
In my own view, it’s quite normal to see Android Mobile OS struggling at this point against iOS because the market as always is an arena of challenges where everyone is taught to compete with each other as hard as they can, in order to improve.
For now, we have seen that Apple is just right in applying the formula to success.
So, which smartphones are you going to buy, iOS, Android or Blackberry?