The next innovation that gave Android brings the iPhone 6s
the next not so small UX revolution 0.2 mm - behind this mini value is hidden in the iPhone 6 s. And once again she comes not from the Android store but by Apple. Unfortunately.
We have said it many times: we have no problem with Apple products or their users. And ultimately, it doesn't matter whoever injects the innovations into the market that sustainably improve our user experience. As Android-boyfriend it hurts us still always a little bit in the soul when it is once again Apple has a clever idea on the market which is so obvious, that actually any of them could have come.
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May the force be with you
The perhaps most recent example is called force touch and is not really new, because in the Apple watch and the new MacBook is already implemented. But it has 6s iPhone with the in the Smartphone market and as always we can assume that soon also Android manufacturer will be addressing it, depending on the patent right.
A little refresher: Force touch is Apple's name for a feature that is based on a pressure-sensitive display. Correctly, the screen detects what intensity you type. Scandalous simple idea or? The consequences for the operation are scandalous comfortable and versatile: نظام التشغيل أي فون أبل
Different actions for different pressures, a strong short or long pressure, a wiping gesture with pressure with one and two fingers - arise so many new ways of operating. This is actually in every imaginable context useful for gaming, the productive work with the Smartphone -. Why could not Samsung think of something? Or HTC? Or Sony? Or LG?
Why always Apple?
I'm not saying of course, that only Apple innovations brings - what would be a sad world? Often enough, Apple of even less is the innovator, as the optimizer. But then when do suddenly such ideas from Cupertino that truly sustainable change, how we deal with our technical toys.
Why Apple Android needs
In the iPhone 6s will cost an increase in (supposedly 0.2 mm) housing thickness and probably even a slightly increased weight the implementation of force touch according to current information, to gain a verschmerzbarer price for a so useful, you'll not find? How long will it take probably until Samsung and co. follow suit? And: will they ever?
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