The iPhone 6S will become the end-user device for the iPhone
Tactical Assault Kit — special-operations-forces version Army’s
Nett Warrior battlefield situational awareness tool, according to
an Army source, who is not authorized to speak to the media. The
iTAC will replace the Android Tactical Assault Kit.
The iPhone is “faster; smoother. Android freezes up” and has to be
restarted too often, the source said. The problem with the Android
is particularly noticeable when viewing live feed from an unmanned
aerial system such as Instant Eye, the source said.
When trying to run a split screen showing the route and UAS feed,
the Android smart phone will freeze up and fail to refresh
properly and often have to be restarted, a process that wastes
valuable minutes, the source said.
“It’s seamless on the iPhone,” according to the source. “The
graphics are clear, unbelievable.”
Apple couldn’t write a better story themselves.