In the coming decades, 2015 will be considered as early days of ‘Post PC’ era certainly, but subsequent Google’s recent developer-focused I/O conference and last Apple WWDC keynote, which was held on last Monday, it was not difficult to think that mobile computing is towards the inside of late adolescent phase, trembling off youthful margins and premature missteps as Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android extend into fully developed computing platform.

Mobile Platform

Undoubtedly, it is obvious that an assured stability & maturity has been achieved as Android & iOS are the competing OS in a bipolar world which is a contribution of similar but individual visions of mobile computing with the weaknesses & strengths on each side.

That contention between Android & iOS has been created for some time currently and however it is intriguing to put a general idea of how platform game is changed in the years while Steve Jobs revealed the iPhone in 2007.

The conflict for smartphone dominance is asymmetric, as Google & Apple playing distinct games with distinct incentives. Basically, Apple retail hardware discriminated from opponent by it’s compactly incorporated with software, while Google is primary and foremost services company which is appreciating that differentiation is significant when trying to comprehend the growth of the mobile computing era.

Internet of things (IoT)

Over the coming few years, mobile computing may even expand to building a platform of the home. The IoT i.e. Internet of Things has been hyped, but Google’s achievement of smart application maker Nest and the instigation of Internet of Things OS Brillo, which is a branch of Android devices for connection and also the development of Apple’s IoT platform Home Kit, makes us for that day when our homes turn out to be a platform of specific extensions for mobile devices.

In fact, it is difficult to think that so many areas that were once platforms in their own right which don’t want to become a subsidiary element of the dominant mobile platforms, constantly Microsoft under chief executive, Satya Nadella has been gripped the approach, relinquishing their own mobile platform to offer key Microsoft services like Office as apps on Android & iOS.

It is obvious that nothing stay as same for long in the technological field and what emerges currently to be a platform maturity may be seen as a fleeting moment of stability in the development of mobile computing in just a few years.

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