“‘With their own data, only 16 percent of Android users are on year-old version of the operating system,’ he said. ‘More than 50% are still on software that is two years old. A really big difference,’ he told Reuters,” Holt reports. “Mr Schiller said the fragmentation – the number of versions of the Android operating system out in the marketplace – is in itself a problem, adding: ‘And that extends to the news we are hearing this week that the Samsung Galaxy S4 is being rumoured to ship with an OS that is nearly a year old,’ he said. ‘Customers will have to wait to get an update.’”
Holt reports, “He continued: ‘When you take an Android device out of the box, you have to sign up to nine accounts with different vendors to get the experience iOS comes with. They don’t work seamlessly together.’”
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