Now that Apple has unveiled its anticipated iOS 6, we stack it up against Android 4.0 and Windows Phone 7.5.
|Feature||iOS 6||Android 4.0||Windows Phone 7.5|
|Launch native apps||Yes||S-Voice, third-party||Yes|
|Launch third-party apps||Yes||S-Voice||Yes|
|Automotive integration||Yes||Yes, Car Home||No|
|Message replies for incoming calls||Yes||Varies by device||No|
|Native call reminders||Yes||No||No|
|Video calling over celullar network||Yes||Third-party apps||Third-party apps|
|Offline reading of webpages||Yes||Third-party apps||Third-party apps|
|Natively share photo streams||Yes||Galaxy S III only||No|
|Natively store and access tickets||Yes||No||No|
|Info about nearby businesses||Yes||Yes||Yes|
Sometimes, breaking down what each OS offers depends on what devices you’re looking at. The Samsung Galaxy S III, which is slated to come out in the following weeks, promises a voice assistant known as S-Voice.