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IOS VS ANDROIDSUBMITTED TO:- SUBMITTED BY:-Mr. KAPIL MADAN RUPESH YADAVASSISTANT PROFESSOR UMAIR AHMEDC.S DEPARTMENT SUMIT VIKRAM SINGH
WHAT IS MOBILE OS? A MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEM is the operating system that controls a Smartphone, Tablet, PDA, or other mobile devicesMAJOR MOBILE OS
COMPANY PROFILEApple Inc. (IOS) Type :Public Industry :Computer Hardware and Software, Consumer Electronics Founded :April 1,1967 Founder :Steve Jobs Steve Wozniak Ronald Wayne Headquarters :Cupertino, California, U.S Revenue :US $ 156.508 billion (2012) Employees :72,800 (2012)
COMPANY PROFILEGoogle Inc. (Android) Type :Public Industry :Internet, Computer Software, Mobile OS Founded :September 4,1998 Founder :Larry Page Sergey Brin Headquarters :California, U.S Revenue :U.S$ 50.17 billion (2012) Employees :53,861 (2012)
IOS AND ANDROID Right now, It’s two horse race – IOS and ANDROID. Everyone else is toast Android and IOS devices are being adopted globally 10x faster than the PC, 2x faster than the 90s Internet Boom and 3x faster than recent social networksIOSIOS is the new operating system for mobile devices.It’s the product of Apple which you seen in Apple devices like iPhone, iPad, and iPodtouch.IOS provide good interface for mobile devices where user get more comfort in touchinterface.ANDROIDAndroid is Linux- based Operating System designed primarily for touchscreenmobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. Initially developed byAndroid Inc. ,Which google backed financially and later purchased in 2005
LET’S TALK IOS IOS comprises the operating system and technologies that you use to run applications natively on devices , such as ipad, iphone and ipod touch. IOS even ensures that performance and battery space life don’t suffer even if you are multitasking. It had a 14.9 % shared of the smartphone mobile OS units shipped in the third quarter of 2012, behind only google’s android. Programmed in :C, C++, Objective-C OS family :OS X, UNIX Initial release :June 29,2007 Kernel type :Hybrid (XNU) Default user :Cocoa touch interface (multi-touch,GUI)
DEVICES WITH IOS IPAD MINI IPOD TOUCH 4TH IPOD TOUCHIPHONE 5 GEN 5TH GEN IPAD 2IPAD IPHONE 3GS IPHONE 4S
IOS ARCHITECTURE At the highest level, iOS acts as an intermediary between the underlying hardware and the apps that appear on the screen. The apps you create rarely talk to the underlying hardware directly. Instead, apps communicate with the hardware through a set of well-defined system interfaces that protect your app from hardware changes. The Kernel in IOS is based on same variant of the basic mach Kernel that is found in MAC OSX In IOS, there are four abstraction layers:-
FEATURESNotifications Newsstand Safari SiriFace time Twitter Whatsapp Maps Wifi sync Accesibility Air play Facebook
LET’S TALK ANDROID Android is a Linux based Operating System. Android is open source and Google releases the code under the Apache License. This open source code and permissive licensing allows the software to be freely modified and distributed by device manufacturers, wireless carriers and enthusiast developers. Programmed in :C, C++, JAVA OS Family :UNIX-LIKE Initial release :September 23,2008 Kernel type :Monolithic (Modified Linux Kernel)
FACTS iPhones account for 48.1% of US smartphone sales, compared to 46.7% for Android 39% of those in the US who intend to buy a smartphone in the next 6 months plan to buy an Android phone, vs. 42% for a IPHONE iOS and Android apps will generate a total of $8.7B in 2012, a 60% increase over $5.4B in 2011 31.9% of U.S. smartphone owners use iPhones At the half of 2012, there were 410 million (41 crores) IOS devices have been activated so far Android had a worldwide smartphone market share of 75% during the third Quarter of 2012,with 500 million devices activated in total and 1.3 million activated per day