If companies which are more interested in locking down employees, tracking employee data and invading user privacy can do it better by using Android devices, which phone would they choose to purchase companywide?
Should the same rules and defenses apply to comparisons of Mac market share? Apple fans think Microsoft and PC makers should be panicking over Apple's increasing Mac market share which is still about 11 or 12 percent, but these same fans think nobody should be worried about this reported 30 percent share for Android?
I find it curious that people who defended the one button mouse all those years ago have no problem today with one finger tapping, two finger tapping and three finger tapping on a trackpad doing different things. And also two finger swiping, three finger swiping and four finger swiping on a trackpad doing different things.
Sony remote controls are among the worst. Dozens of tiny rectangular buttons that all look the same. On the Sony PS 3 Bluetooth remote, Play and Pause are separate buttons so you have to press one button to play a Blu-ray disk and another button to pause it.
It's the efficiency of directions in Apple Maps that leaves much to be desired. So it correctly identifies the location of the red pin, but then it sends you around the long way or in circles to get there.
You can request AT&T to unlock your subsidized phone after the 2 year contract is paid off: https://www.att.com/deviceunlock/client/en_US/ But this new bill will let you unlock your phone at any time, even before the 2 years is up?