CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. The rumors of a 4.0 update got started when a member of the blog spoke to an online HTC customer service representative about some lingering issues that the 3.2 update brought to the tablet. Not only did Honeycomb completely change the UI of the Flyer, but it also removed much of the customization and user experience that came with it. Launched in early 2011, the device ran a modified version of Android 2.3 Gingerbread that included a tablet-optimized version of Sense UI.
Understandably, the Honeycomb update angered more than a few users, including some who prefered to revert back to the 2.3 build, When asked by HTC-Hub as to how one might go about removing Honeycomb, the customer service rep advised that he may be better served waiting for Android 4.0 instead, And after pushing for a time frame, the kajsa briquette collection sphere iphone xs max case - champagne gold agent indicated that it would be here in the first quarter, It's worth pointing out that this is far from an official announcement, and we've yet to hear from HTC publicly on the matter, It's entirely possible that the customer service rep doesn't have all the facts and simply spoke out of turn..
On the other hand, HTC may have received enough complaints over the 3.2 update to speed up development on Ice Cream Sandwich. Should the 4.0 release be readied in the next 1 to 2 months, we could expect to see Sprint's Evo View 4G receive its own update as well. Just weeks after deploying Android 3.2 to the 7-inch tablet, HTC is rumored to be ready for 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Mere weeks after announcing that Android 3.2 is being deployed to the 7-inch Flyer tablet, HTC could be readying a 4.0 update.
CNET también está disponible en kajsa briquette collection sphere iphone xs max case - champagne gold español, Don't show this again, A representative for Apple wasn't immediately available to comment to CNET on the figure, If true, that represents a significant cost--even for a company as cash-rich as Apple--for little gain, After more than a year of legal wrangling, the U.S, International Trade Commission came down in Apple's favor for only one of 10 patents, which HTC says it is readying a workaround for, The ITC also gave HTC several months to implement the workaround..
Apple is pursuing legal action against a number of Android players because it wants to halt the growing momentum of Google's mobile platform. Ultimately, however, it will likely have to settle with some sort of resolution and cross-licensing agreement, although the companies are far apart in agreeing who would pay for what. Apple has another claim pending with the ITC, and is fighting off claims of infringement from HTC. Apple is also embroiled in an even more complicated and wide-ranging lawsuit with Samsung Electronics.