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haha wow. Still defending maps, huh? After the CEO himself admitted it was a failure? LOL. You apologists crack me up! You live in your own weird little bubble. 
Speak for yourself, apologist! This is the BIGGEST mistake Apple has made since the release of the iPhone. They put their hated of Google AHEAD of its userbase. An apology was VERY appropriate in this situation. 
That is a FALSE argument for many reasons, including the most obvious argument that people don't have access to the community without Wi-Fi. Not to mention, many people just call Apple instead of wasting their time venting on boards. Trying to minimize a serious problem is douche-y behavior. You realize this, right? 
Same way Microsoft sells hardware (XBOX) at a loss so it can make up the difference with software (games). There's nothing wrong with this. 
Pot, kettle, black, much? Have you forgotten this little jem from Steve? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CW0DUg63lqU "Good artists copy. Great artists steal." These lawsuits make Apple look like the biggest hypocrites on the planet. 
haha play your silly word games all you want, but it doesn't change the fact that Android is leading, which is why Apple is litigating. 
Apple won't sue because they would lose in court. Everyone, including Apple, knows that the premature release of Maps is the biggest mistake Apple has made since the release of the original iPhone. Despite having a year left in their contract with Google, Apple decided to replace Google Maps with its own inferior solution, which is missing many useful features such as bike paths, public transportation route, street view, etc. Not to mention all of the problems they have...
Right now I can't decide between the Nokia Lumia 920 and the Samsung ATIV S. They both have their merits. The 920 has PureView (the best still photography and video in the industry) and the ATIV S has a bigger screen and expandability.Having choice is nice, wouldn't you say? 
When talking about market share, Android is ahead of iOS by a wide margin. There's no amount of spin you can put on those numbers to change that fact. How people use their toys is irrelevant to the discussion.  
Numbers aren't necessary since the total number of activated Android phones far exceeds the total number of iOS phones.  How do I know this?  Because Android is the most widely used phone platform according to every metric out there.   But hey, you want numbers?  Here you go: Android:  51% iOS: 32% SOURCE: http://www.bgr.com/2012/07/02/android-market-share-us-smartphone-iphone/      
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