Originally Posted by Avidfcp
Hey it does work good and their are other technology items out there. That said, I just recently returned from Maine, New Hampshire and a week in Boston for a little more than 2 weeks. Anyway, android phones are eveyehere. TV streaming, flash so the nets 100% although a lot of site are offering both flash and QuickTime. Of you look, and not to hard, it's always been about Jobs being paranoid about gaming and apps. DO YOUR RESEARCH.
Anyway, if The new phone is not 4g I might switch. Been using iPhone for years but 4G is much much faster, like wifi, or so it seems and there was just an article that showed iPhone sales at 28%, Android 58% and even the windows phones arre selling. If they had any smarts they would combine win 7 with mobile but I see google with all it free calendar, synch really making headway. Why else do we think that .mac is going to be free???
It's going to come down to speed and plans in the long run and Android is really starting to look good. I just hope the new iPhone is 4G.
You really have no idea what you're talking about. You have the arrogance to capitalize do your research while berating someone else, but it's you that is clueless.
Paranoid about gaming and apps? That's utterly ridiculous. It has always and will always be about terrible performance of Flash on OS X. It's always been about not having plugins in Safari for iOS, period. DO Your ReSeaRcH.
Your numbers re: iPhone and Android don't exist, nor do you even present that in a coherent sentence. What is that supposed to mean? You're supposed to get an Android phone now because you think they sell more? Android has barely 51% of MOBILE OS market share, and its on hundreds of different devices from different manufacturers. Apple's handful of devices continue to take chunks out of available market share as iOS becomes wider and wider spread.
As its been for 5 years, there is the iPhone, and there is everything else. These days, "everything else" comes out to a ton of completely different varieties of mobile phone...all running some unique and borked version of Android.
Personally I don't know anyone that has used an iPhone could use an Android phone for more than 2 minutes without deciding it was a piece of junk (because they all are exactly that).
4G or not, the iPhone is the entire ballgame. But yes, the iPhone 5 will have "4G"...in the sense that will run on AT&T's fastest 3G network re-branded as 4G, capable of 21 Mbps, resulting in 10 Mbps real-world speeds.