Originally Posted by MenLoveToys
That is your opinion. Do you have anything to back that up with?
Broadcast companies are not signing up.
Publishers are not signing up.
Music industry is not giving anything more.
Developers are signing up to Android.
Android will be (by forecast today) 4 times the size of iOS.
Companies go with the money.
I did. I have a Droid X phone now and couldn't be happier.
I still have Apple products because they have life left in them.
I'll be moving them to e-bay or friends and family within the year.
Apple still can't get WiFi or Bluetooth right (at least for Windows XP, Vista or 7) users.
I lost hope and bailed on them and REALLY, REALLY LOVE my new Phone.
My Droid X is getting Froyo 2.2 tomorrow. I should even be happier.
The iPhone 4 is extremely popular, so much so that Apple can't keep up with demand. Same thing of the iPad. Computer sales are again up much more than the rest of the industry. iTunes sells vastly more than all other music services, including subscriptions.iPods are also, along with that far more popular than any other players.
Apple sells a large percentage of downloaded movies and Tv shows.
Sure, some companies are afraid to hop on the Apple bandwagon, but they aren't doing all that well with what they are doing.
Apple does have most movie companies selling movies through iTunes, and has for years, same thing is true for Tv companies.
Yes, they hate the idea of selling or renting those properties at prices that consumers really want. but some are doing it, and likely the rest will follow.
Google is trying todo a Tv service, but you can read the industry articles that say they aren't having any more success than Apple, even less.
Most major book publishers sell books through the Apple bookstore, but the one major holdout will be very surprised when Amazon finally decides to stop losing money on them, and drops the price they are paying them. They're living in a dream world.
Apple still has a lot more developers for iOs than Android has, and it's not likely that will change much.
As for those stupid predictions, come back in a couple of years. It's not likely they will work out.
I have no idea what you're talking about when you mention WiFi and Bluetooth problems. They have no more than any others
I'm happy for you and your Droid X, may you have a lovely two years together.