just an interesting comparison on release designations allthe recent phone platforms with two major platforms for comparison
It shows why calling something a major or minor release isgenerally an exercise in confusion and why people are often wrong.
iOS had had 5 major releases per a recent Apple keynote, anumber of minor .x releases and a bunch of maintenance releases. the iPad 3.2release is not deemed major by Apple but I'd say it's more than minor. Maybe inbetween somewhere.
Android has had 5 major releases (1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0)and 7 lower .x release They don't necessarily call a .1 bump a minor releasesuch as 3.2. Google has called them three different things in the past.
They don't say what they all are so I'm assuming unlessotherwise proven that a .x release is a minor release.
WebOS is on it's 3rd major release
Windows Phone 7 is on it's second major release, 7.5
Blackberry makes things confusing. They're going from 7.0 to10.0 and that version has never matched their platform version. BB OS 6.0 wasplatform 4.x.