With the introduction of the new Pixel 7, in addition to smartwatches and tablets, Google has not lost an opportunity to target Apple, with many excavating two innovations that now only come with the iPhone 14 and iOS 16, the functions and technologies that were there instead. Years on Android and Pixels. But Google mocks Apple for its secondary and modern functionality, which Cupertino has implemented better and more carefully, forgetting instead the revolutionary role of the first iPhone, which the Big G had to quickly emulate.
Talking about the new Pixel 7 phone, Brian Rakowski, Google’s Vice President of Product Management, stated that “Pixel has always been a leader in smartphone innovation.” A self-advising leading role that seems to forget the birth of modern smartphones, as everyone understands it today, the first example of which was undoubtedly the first iPhone of 2007.
But Big G is tolerant of it as well as Apple’s “We take it as a compliment when others in the industry follow suit, like the always-on display and ‘Give-A-Glance’ putting useful information right on the lock screen.” It’s all true, but that’s not the whole story. The excavations targeting Cupertino do not end there.
Rakowski continues, noting the same features that appeared on iPhone 14 and iOS 16. “Three years ago we introduced traffic accident detection along with other important ways to keep you safe, such as security screening and emergency sharing.” It rightly deals with the “groundbreaking features that first appeared on the Pixel”.
Back in the day, the Big G forget about Apple’s leading role in smartphones with the first iPhone that changed the entire sector, and everyone, including the Big G, was forced to take an example and imitate. This was when Android was still a rough prototype of the previous planet, with a physical QWERTY keyboard and small screen, more like the historic BlackBerry than the smartphone as it is understood today.
Latest research related once again to Google’s RCS standard for text messages. Technology that Big G has been pushing for years is urging Apple to do the same, but the Cupertino multinational seems to have ignored it completely for several years now.
So said Rakowski, with the words in capital letters to underscore the announcer’s assertion, “RCS is the modern industry standard for messaging and has already been adopted by most of the industry. We hope all device manufacturers will receive the message and adopt RCS, making SMS better for every smartphone user. Of course, here too the references are for Apple only.