By John Gruber
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The introduction of multi-tasking and a front-facing camera both are catch up features to the latest Android models, including the aforementioned EVO.
The existence of a front-facing camera may fairly be considered a “catch up” feature on iPhone 4. But the ability to use the front-facing camera to actually make video calls is first on the iPhone. That’s one difference between Apple and HTC. Apple isn’t going to include a hardware feature just for the sake of having it. They only include hardware for which they have compelling software to complete the experience.
★ Wednesday, 9 June 2010