“Developer conference season is behind us, leaving in its wake a huge pile of software updates to come, promises of fancy features, and a slightly clearer direction for where the computer platforms we use every day are going. The last of them is always Apple’s WWDC, and this year, I was struck by a thought that I can’t seem to shake even though I know it’s not completely accurate: this was a very Googley year for Apple’s product announcements.”
Video courtesy of The Verge
Source: The Verge
Every year Google and Apple conduct their keynote or conference namely Google I/O and Apple’s WWDC they mostly showcase their products whether it is software or hardware related, both companies give updates, new releases, news etc. to the public. This keynote or conference is intended to consumers of their products or services, and also to generate interest to potential customers in the future.
They develop products that has a lot of features and they incorporate new technologies into it. Although we can notice the differences between the two one thing is for sure we can’t deny that both companies always innovate.