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Wrong. I bought a new phone and it had an older OS at launch. I think it was only one or two versions behind at the time, instead of being now currently 3 or 4 behind, but I was told an update would be available asap. And it was - just not for me. I was never told that I would not be able to USE said update. (And why would I. or most people, think I couldn't?) So I do not have the option to upgrade it. And I can't just "sign a new contract" without it costing a lot of...
Yeah, I have thought about it a lot. I'm trying to wait for the Android update because it supposedly will fix a lot of the problems the Hero has now...but the update has been pushed back over and over again. I'm kind of afraid to sell it on eBay because, as my post said, the phone is so f-ed up that I think whoever bought it would leave me negative feedback. Selling it locally over craigslist is most likely, then I can tell the person up front - look the phone has...
Yeah, Apple should update more than once a year. But does it matter how many updates Android puts out when a large portion of their user base can't even install the update? What good is that? At least when Apple does have an update, everyone gets to use it.
Yes, it does suck. I have the HTC Hero, which I got on launch day, and it was one of the worst purchasing decisions I've ever made. I would love an iPhone but I just can't do AT&T, and my plan on Sprint costs $40 less a month than the equivalent on AT&T. The Sprint service is fine...the phone...not so much.The Hero is stuck on 1.5. When I bought it, in October, I was told there would be an update in November. Then it was January. Then it was March, then April. And now...
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