Android 6.0 "Key Lime Pie" Is Android's Future And Next-Gen OS
The new Android 5.0 OS "Jelly Bean" is not even released by Android and yet Google is already cookin' their future Android 6.0 OS called "Key Lime Pie".
According to a report, "Key Lime Pie" is already in the works by the Android team.
In addition, a leading technology and gadgets news blog has this spicy report on Android's future OS:
"Google's Android 5.0 "Jelly Bean" is not even fully "cooked" yet, but we're hearing buzz that Google is again busy cookin' yet another OS to its collection. According to rumors, the new and upcoming Android 6.0 OS has a codename "Key Lime Pie".
The availability of Android "Key Lime Pie" and its features is yet to be announced at this time, but we're hearing that it might be officially introduced by Google in 2013.
For now allow us to take you back, as a sort of review, to Google's past and previous OS's and their times of release:
Android 1.5 OS (Cupcake) (April 2009)
Android 1.6 OS (Donut) (September 2009)
Android 2.0 OS (Eclair) (October 2009)
Android 2.2 OS (FroYo) (May 2010)
Android 2.3 OS (Gingerbread) (December 2010)
Android 3.0 OS (Honeycomb) (February 2011)
Android 4.0 OS (Ice Cream Sandwich) (October 2011)
Android 5.0 OS ("Jelly Bean") (Still Awaiting Release, possibly later 2012)
Android 6.0 OS ("Key Lime Pie") (Future Release, possibly in 2013)"
It appears that Google don't want to play sitting duck and just watch on the sidelines with rivals Apple and Microsoft in the OS wars.