Apple are so keen in releasing beta version of iOS 6 before of its official launch in near future. This is suspected as the preparation of perfect iOS version to be fit in the rumored iPhone 5 which expected to be announced on September. We still have no idea what are those features to be removed/added in the latest OS from Apple but one thing for sure, improvement in security and privacy settings are guaranteed. On the other hand, Apple’s greatest competitor, Microsoft, was also actively preparing for the launch of its latest OS – Windows 8 on both computer and smartphone version. To be surprised, some internet users seem to able to “obtain” a leaked version of Windows 8 OS in online file sharing platform like mediafire.
Despite of this “exciting” news, there is another good news to Window’s fans. The first Windows-Phone-8 running smartphone is expected to be released on the early September by Nokia, I believe you already familiar with the metro style of Windows phone 7 or the latest Windows 8 PC version, it will not be much difference in term of layout in Windows Phone 8. But still there will be many additional functionality and features included in this most anticipated mobile OS from Microsoft since Android and iOS have not much significant changes in the latest version.
From the computer aspect, it seem like Apple receives negative feedback from Mac users in which the latest Mac OS X Mountain Lion drained out battery life faster than previous Mac OS version. According to Engadget’s report, there is 43 percent of more than 18000 respondents have significant battery life degradation after downloading Mac OS X Mountain Lion. This incident may really sound good to Microsoft for releasing its latest OS at the right timing. But there is also negative feedback given on Windows 8 regarding to the removal of home/Windows button. It is much troublesome to turn off your Windows-based computer now and I guess it is the intention of Microsoft of doing so. LOL!
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