Why Cupertino should take a hint from Google's latest updates to Android N and Android Wear.
Google wrapped up its annual I/O keynote presentation on Wednesday after unveiling its version of FaceTime, its version of Apple Watch Complications, and its version of Siri on steroids.
Android N is introducing Multi-Window support for all Android phones and tablets, meaning you can have two apps open at the same time.
A subtle change, but one that would save us some time when cleaning out the app switcher.
Android Wear 2.0 also lets you reply to your messages by using either a swipe-enabled keyboard or by good, old-fashioned handwriting.
While the screen on the Apple Watch may be too small for a keyboard to be beneficial, we can definitely see the potential of being able to handwrite quick one-word messages and have the Watch translate them into text.