via Gizmodo, rather says it all, doesn't it? Yuppers, when it comes to Android's fragmentation, that is, to me it most certainly does.
As you can see, Android, as great as some say it is, and as much as it seemed to try in the past to copy every little nuance from Apple's ground-breaking mobile OS, iOS, it has utterly failed to copy it when it comes to the adoption of its latest and greatest iteration.
Boy, oh boy, after all most a bloody year of being on the market, most Android phones, including many of its newest models, let alone the older ones, have yet to include the latest-and-greatest version of the OS known as Ice Cream Sandwich! This is quite remarkable, and especially when you consider that its next version, Jelly Bean, is expected to be released on the next Android Nexus tablet to be built by Asus in the near future!
In conclusion, I don't know how the next version of Android, Jelly Bean, will stack up against Apple's recently revealed version of iOS 6, but if history is our guide then by the time it becomes mainstream, Android, if not already sued out of existences by then, will already be about to be replaced by its next version as well. No wonder why Google is trying its best to reign in Android fragmentation, which, by the way, many Android users are still in denial that it even exists.
And that's my 2 cents 4 this nice, but rather cloudy Tuesday, June 12, 2013