Apple officially announced iOS 6, and while it is a welcome update for iOS that I look forward to installing on my iPad 2, most everything Apple revealed can already be done today on Ice Cream Sandwich Android devices.
Apple does a good job of taking existing technology and features and making it more user friendly (they did it with iOS 5 last year), but ICS took Android a long way and the experience on the HTC One X is fantastic.
Apple stated there are over 200 new features in iOS 6 and we will have to wait until the fall to see everything. They did reveal several major features and functions, so let’s take a look and compare them to what we see with existing Android ICS.
It looks like the “new” iOS is old already, I can use all the features above on my phone that i’ve had since May 2012. What are your thoughts on this?
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