Source: 9 to 5 Mac
quote: Moto phones are the worst with updates.
quote: She went into an outlet to get help removing a virus and they sent her home with a packet to update her phone to 2.4.
quote: That said, I WOULD be kind of upset if I was stuck on Android 2.1 or earlier.
quote: Most are not stuck at 2.1 (and not upset as far as I can tell). 2.1 to 2.2 brought some changes to Android that I appreciated. That's why being stuck at 2.1 would have been frustrating. It's not clear to me why that makes everything I've said irrelevant, since I'm basically saying some updates are more important than others.
quote: What is interesting is that you don't care if the iOS update actually does anything for you. You're just happy to get it...
quote: In the same vein, there's no specific reason you really wanted an update for your Android phones, you're just upset you didn't get it???
quote: This has reminded me that there really is a group of people out there who would be happier with their device as long as the OEM or Google or Apple incremented the version number on a regular basis (and maybe changes the system theme colors or something).
quote: As far as the button goes: Apple decided not to have more than one button. That doesn't make it useless. Not a whole lot more to say about that.
quote: However, you're actually describing an aspect of how Apple's task switcher works - it's showing a list of recently used apps. Not multi-tasking.
quote: Did you know that you can double tap the home button and see a list of all the apps currently open at the bottom of the screen? If that isn't multi-tasking I don't know what is.
quote: When you move focus off an app it saves the settings and stops running, it does not continue running in the background. This isn't multi-tasking.
quote: iOS, made for the minions and stupid teenage girls of the world. It might make a lot of money, but it's not made for me.