Pretty sure that's what they call BURN!While watching the press conference, Tim Cook took a stab at Android and here the info of what he said.
Tim Cook Just Ripped Android To Shreds - Yahoo Finance
Apple CEO Tim Cook just ripped Android to shreds on stage at the company's big developers' conference, WWDC. Android is the free operating system distributed by Google and used by most competing mobile phone companies, like Samsung.
Cook told attendees that 130 million Apple customers who bought one of the company's products in the last 12 months were first-time Apple buyers.
He deadpanned: "Many of these customers were switchers from Android. They had bought an Android phone, by mistake, and then sought a better experience. And a better life. And decided to check out iPhone and iOS."
Cook got a big laugh from the audience, bigger than the one he'd gotten earlier for jabbing at Microsoft's Windows system.
He gave this stat: "Nearly half of our customers in China in past six months switched from Android to iPhone. This is incredible." (In fact it's not that incredible: Apple only began focusing on China recently and most of the Chinese market was previously on Android, so where else were those customers going to come from?)
He also zinged Android for not having as many people as possible using the most recent edition of the system:
About 98% of Apple users are on iOS 7, according to the most recent Apple release. Yet only 9% of Android users are on KitKat, the most recent Android system. "Some are on [Android] from four years ago — that's like ancient history!" Cook said.
"Less than 1 out of 10 of their customers are on their latest versions," Cook said. "That means these customers are not getting great new features. They're not able to run the latest apps, and they're not getting security updates they need to stay safe."
The he showed this brutal slide:
Yep, most viruses and malware are in Android apps, not in iOS apps.
After that, he showed this slide (below), which described Android as a "toxic hellstew of vulnerabilities." Ouch!
I got Microsoft Office 365. It installs Office on your Mac, and you can download the Free apps from the App Store for the iPad. There isn't anything for iPhone yet, other than office mobile which is pretty bare bones. You can download OneDrive (also free) and save your documents there, or save it to iCloud. If you are looking portable, the 11" Macbook Air is now $899 with a 128GB flash drive and 4GB of memory. That should be more than suitable. Although personally, I'll probably go for a 13" MBA or even a Macbook Pro to replace the one I'm on now which is circling the drain.I been looking into updating my PC, but I really don't want to deal with Windows 8 even though it got somewhat better with 8.1. But after watching the WWDC video, I kinda like how Mac has to offer and it would be pretty cool to sync my iPad and iPhone with OS X: Yosemite and I know I can sync with Windows, but I'm getting a bit tired of Windows. But I am do like how Microsoft Surface Pro has to offer and replace my bulky PC.
I been pricing Macs today and the iMac is too way expensive and have no use for another laptop again, I saw they offer a Mac Mini for a few hundred dollars and it could fit me well, since I hardly use the PC for all of it's use. I really use it mainly for internet, iTunes and Microsoft Office. Finally Microsoft Office has come to the iPad, but how well does it work with Mac or do I need to use all of these programs like Keynote, Numbers and Pages?
I have all of the Office apps on my iPad, but I have no use for a laptop anymore. The Mac Mini can hook up to my keyboard and mouse via bluetooth and I own a 23" monitor and sometimes I do mirroring from my iPad to my 50" TV and plus I own a 4TB WD My Cloud, so I got plenty of space for music, movies, pics and whatever else. My portable PC will be basically be my iPad, iPhone and maybe a Surface Pro?I got Microsoft Office 365. It installs Office on your Mac, and you can download the Free apps from the App Store for the iPad. There isn't anything for iPhone yet, other than office mobile which is pretty bare bones. You can download OneDrive (also free) and save your documents there, or save it to iCloud. If you are looking portable, the 11" Macbook Air is now $899 with a 128GB flash drive and 4GB of memory. That should be more than suitable. Although personally, I'll probably go for a 13" MBA or even a Macbook Pro to replace the one I'm on now which is circling the drain.
iPad is nice, and mobile is a good way to get stuff done, but I find for most tasks I still need a keyboard and a screen, and a fully functioning OS backing it up.
This might show you what the new iCloud has to offer.How is iDrive gonna be different than google drive?