Posted January 14, 2019 11:03:25Apple has long been the go-to platform for Android devices and Apple has now officially adopted the Burning platform as its default OS on the latest Apple iPhones.
While this has not been universally welcomed by many, it’s a positive development for the company’s brand and platform and one that Apple is now embracing on Android, too.
The platform’s main selling point is that it is the platform that has been chosen by the vast majority of smartphone owners, while the platform is also the platform which Apple will support for the next-generation iPhones.
It’s a win for Apple and a win-win for Android users.
The Burning platform can be installed on any iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or other Android device running OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
The platform can also be used on other Android phones, but only through a developer program.
Apple is also using the platform to provide developer tools for the platform, and the platform now comes with a set of pre-installed tools for developers to use.
Apple is also announcing a set with developers to develop apps for the BurningPlatform, but there’s no word yet on how many apps Apple is planning to release.