Xiaomi Takes Copying iOS 7 to a New Level in Update

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Xiaomi has been called the ‘Apple of China’ a lot of times lately and now they have taken this tag too seriously.

Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi has announced a significant upgrade to its MIUI Android Operating Sytem. MIUI 6 will be seen in new Xiaomi phones very soon, and this ‘new’ Xiaomi says hello to the iOS 7 many times. You may even begin to consider it as an iOS tweak rather than a kid from Android’s block.

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It copies icons, calendar, camera app, compass, even the calculator app and a lot more.

Xiaomi has done it at a small level in the past and now it has surpassed itself in the new upgrade.

Xiaomi has been very successful recently and has left Samsung behind in China to become the market leader. This update is surely bringing the company under the lens of criticism but Xiaomi doesn’t look perplexed and is continuously expanding its markets in countries other than china.

See these pictures, and decide on your own:

  Astonishing similarity in home screen
Compass Application

 

The Settings Menu

 

Calender App

 

Camera App (Source : https://gizmodo.com)

 

Layered OS

Images from gizmodo

Adarsh Verma

Adarsh Verma

Fossbytes co-founder and an aspiring entrepreneur who keeps a close eye on open source, tech giants, and security. Get in touch with him by sending an email — [email protected]

5 thoughts on “Xiaomi Takes Copying iOS 7 to a New Level in Update”

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    Well, it all comes from a case in 2006 when they were sued by some random company and lost $100 million. They decided then and there to patent everything they made (almost literally) so that they could have their own designs to keep everything from other companies. They're just utilizing the system that is in place to its fullest. Of course you don't like all the patent lawsuits they get into, but I'm willing to be that neither do they. Apple's fervent protection of its own intellectual property, combined with all the patent trolling as of late, it has really brought light to the issues involved with the patent system as a whole. Next up: Apple innovates the patent system.

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