Unfortunately, most Android devices in the wild will never get the update.
New Android users are often disappointed to discover that their shiny new smartphone won’t get any updates – or worse, that it was running old software from the moment they bought it.
We’ve spoken about how Apple’s move to make work and fun on the i Pad more productive than ever with i OS 11. It’s no secret that Apple is gunning to take a chunk out of 2-in-1 computer sales with its i Pad Pro.
And while its usefulness as a full laptop replacement can be debated, the push to get more competitive in the space has made i OS on tablets more capable as a whole.
We can expect the to join it, but the verdict’s out on the rest. Apple’s line of tablets have come with its Siri personal assistant built-in since just after the launch of the i Pad 3 in 2012.
In that time, the voice-enabled assistant has grown and is now capable of much more than barking riddles.
Until then, if you’re hung up on Google services, you might want to check out one of the best Chromebooks instead or otherwise, you know, just buy an i Pad.
Android phones use a wide variety of different hardware.
It didn’t take long for that to change and honestly, I don’t recall running into the same problem in recent memory.
If only the same could be said about the current state of Android’s tablet app selection.
The points above make for some crucial areas where Google can still make progress.
And while it appears that Oreo might not be the tablet savior that some were hoping for at this point, we're interested to see how much it evolves in this department, if at all, within the year.