Apple Facing Off Against Google On Multiple Fronts

Posted: Jun 29 2014, 12:25am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

Apple Facing Off Against Google On Multiple Fronts
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When it comes to wrist devices, televisions, and automobiles, the competition is still hotter than ever

Apple’s competition with Google has been in the headlines a great deal recently as lawsuits with Samsung have centered on products that are actually produced by Google, but there are other fronts that the two companies are about to face of. When it comes to wearable devices, televisions, and car products, this year is set to be an exciting one.

Wearable devices are perhaps one of the most exciting developments Apple is working on. Google has already beat them to the punch, though, and they have debuted new watches from companies like Motorola and LG. These Android based devices will have a lot of features, but Apple is hoping to take charge and create a device that is much more powerful.

Google is also recovering from a lackluster release with Chromecast, but Apple TV is also preparing to release a new update that is going to promise a lot of new features. While Apple TV hasn’t been one of their most popular products, it is something that Google is interested in taking over.

Finally, the introduction of automobile accessories is something that both companies have yet to release, although Google is hoping to beat Apple to market. CarPlay from Apple is going to add a lot of features that will keep their customers more secure, making it an important new development.

In any case, Apple has the brand recognition to stay on top, but Google is making an honest attempt at doing something about that.

Source: Apple Balla

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Bijon Kumar Pramanik is an experienced technology writer working since years in the consumer electronics field.




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