It seems like Apple has decided to take its new iOS on a different path, and use a more flexible approach for the new operating system. While this can potentially be a very good thing for app developers, but it could also have a negative impact. The newest rendition of Apple’s OS is bound to facilitate consumer’s experimentation with new apps. Like every year, the iOS will have stiff competition from Google’s Android operating system, and maintaining the top sport will be hard for either one of them. Google has announced that it’s coming out with Android L, but analysts give Apple confidence that it will come out as victor in the end.
The new direction that the iOS 8 has taken encourages new audiences to join in, as the the software will reportedly focus on app marketing. Improved re-targeting is on the to-do list as a result of the Advertising Identifiers as they’ve reached a consensus.
This has crossed over from the mobile scene as it’s now experienced by both Twitter and Facebook. Both have been reporting a very great deal of mobile users. As the IDFAs become a standard thing and media channels also enter a development stage, the iOS 8 launch will apparently benefit from a great timing.
The install numbers for the iOS 8 will reportedly e bigger than last year’s upgrades, as the iOS 7 managed to become the version in use for about 60% of the total amount of consumers that use the iOS operating system. The iOS 7 managed to achieve its numbers in a 10 day span.
Also, the new Apple piece of software comes bearing promises of a strengthened ecosystem for Apple as a whole, thanks to a feature in iOS 8 that lets you easily swap between platforms. If you were doing something on your Mac computer, you can switch it to the iPhone in no time. As previously specified, this will greatly affect the platform’s ecosystem, in a positive way. The platform-crossing feature will facilitate handling your messages and calls, as you can now do these things from your Mac OS X laptop. Google hasn’t been able to come up with an ecosystem this tidy up, at least not yet.