iOS 4 on iPhone® versus Windows® Phone 7
Comparison between Windows Phone 7 and the iOS 4 operating system installed on iPhone
iPhone 4 is a new Internet enabled smart phone from Apple, which combines features of a mobile phone, iPod and a wireless Internet browsing device, all in one package. It has a number of advanced features, including a 3.5-inch multi-touch screen with Retina display, a 5-megapixel still camera, high definition (HD) video recording, flash drive of 16GB or 32GB, Accelerometer, proximity sensor and an ambient light sensor. iPhone comes with the iOS 4 operating system which provides an easy to use platform for using all applications. iOS 4 has many features which are similar to those provided in the Windows Phone 7 operating system from Microsoft.
The following points discuss the features of Windows Phone 7 and iOS 4 installed on iPhone. An overview is also given of issues which one might face on connecting iPhone to a computer with the Windows 7 operating system.
- iOS 4
- Windows Phone 7
- Issues that can occur on connecting iPhone to a Windows 7-based PC
The iOS 4 operating system installed on iPhone supports multi-touch display, which allows you to use and manage applications with just the touch of a finger. With iOS 4, you can multitask and switch applications without affecting the performance. A platform for social gaming network is provided with the new Game Center application. iOS 4 supports video calling through the FaceTime feature. You can play multimedia files on your iPhone in the background as you browse the Internet or check e-mails.
Windows Phone 7
Windows Phone 7 is an operating system from Microsoft, which has been designed for mobile phones. It also supports multi-touch technology for accessing applications with the tap of a finger. For web browsing, it has Internet Explorer Mobile which allows you to open multiple tabs simultaneously. Windows Phone 7 has several multimedia and entertainment applications such as Games Hub, Music + Videos Hub and Marketplace Hub. For social networking, you can use the People Hub application.
Issues that can occur on connecting iPhone to a Windows 7-based PC
One of the possible issues which can occur when connecting your iPhone to a Windows 7-based computer is that the phone is not detected by the system. This problem might arise due to driver issues. If the driver is not installed properly or if some pre-installed drivers lead to software conflict, you might not be able to connect the phone to the computer. You could try reinstalling the iPhone drivers or update them to resolve the issues.
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