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Windows Phone 7, Day 11: Following In the (Wrong) Footsteps of iOS

30 Days With Windows Phone 7: Day 11

I am impressed so far with how Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” seems to bring a fresh, unique angle to a smartphone market that seems largely comprised of copycat devices trying to look and feel like the iPhone. However, as I explore the OS in this 30 Days With Windows Phone 7 series, I am also noting a number of ways that Windows Phone 7 has copied iOS as well–but not in a good way.

After its initial launch, Apple’s iOS has gone through an evolution and maturation process. Apple has taken heat for missing features or capabilities like copy and paste, or multitasking, or the lack of SD memory card slots on the iPhone for expandable memory. Some of those issues have been addressed over time, and some remain issues that turn many people off when it comes to iOS and the iPhone.





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