Why do we feel so passionate about our operating systems? In the latest episode of Adventures in Tech, we explore the psychology behind smartphone fandom. Hit the link below to explore our findings, and click through these photos to check out the biggest moments and products in the iOS/Android war. Enjoy!
iOS 6 introduced features like Passbook, which stores your tickets.
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It also added Facebook integration. So far, so good, right?
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Unfortunately, Apple's own iOS 6 Maps app was a total disaster compared with the Google Maps data used in iOS 5 and earlier versions. Apple's effort offered subpar information and was packed with comical errors.
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The 3D Maps in iOS 6 sounded great, but were often ugly and hilariously out of shape. This is not how Clifton Suspension Bridge is supposed to look.
The latest Nexus smartphone is the glorious Nexus 5. Both Android and iOS have come a long way in a few short years -- but which do you prefer? Stick your thoughts in the comments, and click below to check out our feature on the psychological processes that fuel the smartphone war.