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Slide 1 - iPhone/ Android phone - iPad – iPod/MP3 A new digital era 1
Slide 2 - iPhone vs Android 2
Slide 3 - In contrast to iOS that was a closed source software Android provided an open platform to all major players like HTC, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, etc. a wave of new smartphones packed with features that were not inferior to iPhones at any cost appeared the load time calculated on the basis of 100 websites browsed on both 3
Slide 4 - iPhone Android 4
Slide 5 - Steve Wozniak, co-founded Apple with Jobs in 1976, says he’s a big fan of Android phones Woz says: "My primary phone is the iPhone. I love the beauty of it. But I wish it did all the things my Android does, I really do.“ He is impressed by: the voice recognition, GPS navigation and, since the launch of the iPhone 4S, battery life. While he admits that iOS is more immediately user-friendly, he goes on to explain that with Android phones "if you're willing to do the work to understand it a little bit, well I hate to say it, but there's more available in some ways.“Speaking to the Daily Beast, Jan 2012. ? ? ? There’s a theory that Android could do to iOS (Apple’s mobile operating system) what Microsoft Windows did to the Macintosh in the 1990s. Microsoft triumphed because it licensed its software to many different hardware makers and ultimately had much greater market share than Apple, which would only sell its operating system on its own hardware. In the mobile space, Apple is using the same playbook, tying its software tightly to its own hardware. And with Android, Apple is facing the same kind of foe that it once faced in Windows. “I can see the similarity,” Woz says. Worse yet, this time, he says, Apple is up against a stronger competitor, since in his mind Windows was never a very good program, while Android actually is. “There’s not as big a difference [between iOS and Android] as there was between Mac and Windows,” he says. The other difference involves applications. It took a long time before applications looked as good on Windows as they did on the Mac. But with Android, that’s not the case. In fact, in some ways Android might have an edge (advantage). 5
Slide 6 - iPod vs MP3 Players iPod MP3 player Apple iPad using the built-in iPod music browser. 6
Slide 7 - iPod nano (6th generation) Swipe sideways to move to the next or previous screen. Flick your finger quickly up or down to scroll rapidly. Rotate. Tap an icon to activate it. Multi-Touch gestures 7
Slide 8 - iPad laptop iPad is a tablet PC, with the size & weight roughly between smartphones & laptops. It uses the same OS as the Apple iPhone & the iPod Touch. The iPad can be a mobile gadget, equipped with an e-reader, gaming device, digital photo frame and iPod (music). iPad works best as a media player & as an ebook reader. The switching to a touch screen keyboard may not be comfortable. Some tablets use android operating systems. iPad has up to 10 hrs of battery life on a single charge. The charger fits easily in a purse or pocket. With additional keyboards & accessories, a tablet can be converted into a PC. The touch screen is responsive & more natural to use than a mouse. OS of a TAB cannot be changed (apps from the App Store/ marketplace can be used). The maximum hard disk capacity (currently available) in an iPad or any other TAB is 64 GB. If: portable, efficient & smart device, with good handy apps & easy wireless connectivity. Laptops have Wi-Fi, bluetooth, USB connectivity, web cameras … A laptop lasts at a max of 3 hrs and life decreases with applications like games or video. Laptop chargers are heavier than iPad chargers. Laptop is more productive than tablet. Laptops can have any OS (even the MacBook Pro allows you to have Windows as a secondary OS). The average laptop has at least 200 GB. If you are looking for: heavy-duty gaming, serious programming, software & hardware support … vs 8
Slide 9 - Advantages of Tablet vs Laptop Disadvantages of Tablet PC vs Laptop the term 'tablet PC' was first introduced by Microsoft in 2001. the concept was built round a mobile computing device that used a pen to input info & would include handwriting recognition software. a truly mobile device with wireless connectivity. tablet PC is lighter than most laptops. smaller in sizes. tablet PC can be laid flat on the working surface. tablet PCs take their input basically with the help of a special pen (handwriting is the input, the input can be fine-tuned better with a pen than with a mouse or a touchpad). tablet PC becomes more personal to the user than a laptop. there are handwriting recognition applications that will train the tablet PC to understand handwriting & convert it into text to up to 99% accuracy. the screen size of the tablet PC too small in comparison with a laptop (max size the tablet PC screen goes up to is 14.1"). it does not have an inbuilt optical drive, though you can connect it externally. a tablet PC is not good if other people besides you are planning to share it. The tablet PC understands handwriting & writing gestures, and it may not understand those of others (laptops can be used by any number of users). there are more chances of screen damage to tablet PCs than to laptops (because of the of input they take-the pen device). input with tablet PCs becomes slower than those with laptops (handwriting inputs cannot match the speed of the keyboard & mouse). tablet PCs are more expensive than laptops. 9
Slide 10 - iPad & iPad 2 - difference between the two tablets(need to upgrade iPad to iPad 2?) 10
Slide 11 - What’s new Front-facing VGA (Video Graphics Array, a multipin format developed by IBM for PCs and similar devices with resolutions of 640x480 and 800x800 pixels) camera, (pin - the part that connects the Ram to the Motherboard is the Pins part). Rear-facing 720p camera. Gyroscope. New case (optional) that attaches to the iPad 2 with magnets and features a microfiber surface for keeping the screen clean. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) output dongle (optional). Dongle - an electronic device that accompanies a software item to prevent the unauthorized copying of programmes. What’s changed Processor: Gone is the single-core 1GHz single-core A4 chip, in its place is a dual-core 1GHz A5 chip. RAM: The iPad had 256MB of RAM, while the iPad 2 doubles that to 512MB. Graphics processor: The PowerVR SGX 535 chip and instead Apple went with the PowerVR SGX543 which offers between 3x & 7x faster framerate. Dimensions: While the footprint has remained the same, the thickness is down from 13.4 mm to 8.8 mm. Color: Now available in black and white. What’s the same Screen: No change to the 9.7” LED-backlit IPS 1024 x 768 screen. Storage: The options for storage remain the same - 16GB, 32GB & 64GB. Battery life: faster hardware but the battery life is the same. March 2011 11
Slide 12 - New iPad: The Third Generation March 2012 The new iPad has what Apple calls a "Retina" display, which displays 3.1 million pixels - a higher screen resolution than an HDTV. The Retina display sharpest, most vibrant, highest-resolution phone screen ever. It uses technology called IPS (in-plane switching) — the same technology used in the Apple LED Cinema Display and iPad — to achieve a wider viewing angle than on typical LCDs. It means that you can hold iPhone almost any way you want & still get a brilliant picture. The screen has a 264 pixels per inch. 12
Slide 13 - Processor and graphics power The processor is an Apple-designed A5X, which includes a quad-core graphics module. According to Apple, it is twice as fast as a Tegra 3 (which is currently, one of, the fastest chips for Android devices and Windows 8 tablets) & has "four times" the graphics performance. The term quad-core is used to describe how many central processing units, (CPU) or cores, are integrated within a chip. The cores are given general tasks like installing and executing applications & most things that “computers” do. To help the CPUs, chip makers often add a graphics processing unit (GPU) that will offload graphics tasks like user interface graphics, game graphics etc… many also have a dedicated video unit that decodes and encodes videos streams. When we say “dual core”, it really means “two CPU cores”. The new iPad has a new camera on the back: has a 5-megapixel with a side-illuminated sensor, a 5-element lens & an infrared filter. It is basically the same configuration as on the iPhone 4S, with three fewer megapixels. Apple also left the VGA FaceTime camera in the front. Memory and other guts the memory—not the storage, but RAM used for running the OS and the applications—has increased, if only to handle the new resolution. Physical specifications The package is practically just the same as the previous version: only 0.03 inches thicker than the iPad 2 at 0.37 inches (9.4 millimeters). The weight is only 1.5 pounds. Memory New camera 13
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Slide 15 - eReader the first portable device that was quoted as an ebook reader was the Personal Digital Assistant (PDA). essentially a PDA was an electronic filofax. The drawbacks to the PDA as an ebook. readers were the backlit screen and the size. the first ebook reader using eink technology was released by Sony in 2004. the Kindle was released by Amazon in late 2007. Apple iPad as an ebook reader Amazon.com Inc. introduced the new Kindle Fire e-reader, the tablet aimed at taking on Apple's iPad (September, 2011), the 7” touch screen. 15
Slide 16 - Tablet eReader most ebook readers and tablets can play mp3 files and many of them have built in speakers. tablets can display video & different graphic formats in full color ebook readers are no longer restricted to grayscale graphics. a key feature of the tablet PC is the input with a pen or using touch which a few ebook readers have adopted. ebook readers do not have handwriting recognition software & any digital input is usually by a virtual keyboard. the wireless connectivity is a key feature for a tablet for data transfer, effectively allowing streaming video and gaming. some ebook readers have adopted this although, usually in a very limited form. the colour ebook reader is here now. an ebook reader should have a display the same as real paper & any device that does not use eInk and uses an LCD color display simply cannot be classed as an ebook reader. vs Kindle 4 16
Slide 17 - From the Consumer Electronics Association (CES) 2012 Intel has made its first move into the smartphone market dominated by chips using designs from ARM (Advanced RISC Machines, Ltd) of Cambridge, announcing alliances with Lenovo & Motorola Mobility. Running Google's Android, the Lenovo phone will use a "Medfield" generation of Intel's low-power Atom processors – used previously in netbook computers – that Intel said will give high-quality graphics & processing performance while allowing long battery life. Intel CEO Paul Otellini holds an Intel smartphone reference design during a keynote address at CES, 2012. 17