Though, we all eagerly wait for upcoming smartphones to be released, but it is the operating system which makes the true difference in the performance of phone. Most of us witness the release of Apple’s iOS 7 with an Android upgrade, 5.0 Key Lime Pie due in just weeks. So keeping these things in mind we decided to compare Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie with iOS 7 in terms of their iOS7 and Key Lime Pie speculated features.
Till date nothing has been confirmed regarding these two upcoming OS. But the iOS 7 was unveiled at WWDC event of Apple on two days ago (June 10). Moreover, the iPhone 5S device would be the first to feature it. On4 days a the other hand the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie has been expected to make its debut in the I/O event of Google in the month of May. In fact there are rumors that it will be either Nexus 5 smartphone or the mysterious Motorola X device to feature KLP.
If we see the current trend, a device must not only have a good hardware, but must have a great software feature too. In our previous articles on possible features & wish lists of Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie vs iOS 7, we received quite impressive number of comments. This has given us an idea regarding what features you all would love to see.
If we talk about Key Lime Pie first, there is a possibility for it to come with a night mode for saving power, a game mode for maximum power with the improved performance profiles. There is also possibility for extra support regarding multiple devices & improved touch keypad. Some of the other features which we discussed before are enhanced Voice Assistant, improved back up & video chat app.
Now regarding iOS 7, some of the features would be fingerprint software technology, additions to lockscreen, Apple Maps 2.0 & superior performance of battery through software tweaks. We previously noticed some improved app management, means to hide apps, quick reply, smarter auto-correct, pop-up toggles, widget integration, iRadio, Pull-down icons menu, etc.
As a matter of fact Sir Jonathan Ive (Apple hardware design guru) is inclined towards the software side, so the new OS is completely different. If this turns out to be true then there’s no doubt that it will be well accepted by the consumers.