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– I’m not really sure this counts as “fragmentation”. People using old versions and slower phones? Seriously?
– I agree. Apple has tried to compartmentalize the Internet with the iOS. It’s just a mechanism they’re using to try to assert control when they shouldn’t have any.
– They thought of 5?
– Wow, I bet that was hard to narrow down.
– Android’s comin for you iOS.
– I don’t deny that tablets are going to be a major part of the computer industry in the near future, but if you think that standard computers are going away, you’re delusional.