Updateverhinderer

In the pantheon of devices bearing the name Nexus, there is one obvious black sheep. The VerizonGalaxy Nexus never really got the update love that GSM Nexus devices have, and there was that whole Google Wallet debacle. While the updates haven’t been flowing quite like owners had hoped, a version of Android 4.2.2 is now rolling out to Verizon testers. It may only be a matter of time before the update is official.

via Androidpolice.com

Wozu verhindert ein Netzbetreiber ein Softwareupdate? Faulheit? Weil es ihm nichts bringt? Ich versteh es nicht. Was Gutes für die Kunden tun? Offenbar nicht im Interesse von Verizon…

Warum zum Geier lässt Verizon das Update nicht auf ein Nexus-Device? Und natürlich: Warum zur Hölle lässt Google sich so etwas gefallen?!?

Es kommt also tatsächlich!

Da ist es also, das Verizon iPhone! 🙂

We’ve waited and waited, and now Apple and Verizon have made a million dreams come true: the iPhone is coming to Big Red. After talking up his new LTE network a bit, Verizon CEO Lowell Mcadam confirmed a CDMA (non-LTE) version of the iPhone 4 is coming to Verizon Wireless next month.

Hier gehts auf engadget.com weiter.

We just got a look at the Verizon version of the iPhone 4. Guess what? It’s just like an iPhone 4! There’s no custom pre-loaded Verizon software (like VCAST or some such bloatware), just that mobile hotspot tweak in the settings menu. Interestingly, it’s running iOS version 4.2.5, so perhaps that mobile hotspot functionality will make its way over to other iPhones when they sync up on iOS updates.

Hier gehts zu den Bildern.