Originally Posted by anantksundaram
Quit it. You're as clueless as the rest. Here's Lesson 101: "Shipped" means zilch.
Just deal with the realization that there's a reason why no one - other than Apple - reports sales
. It's because they don't want
You Android apologists can wallow your self-made reality all you want, but the real world is what it is. Most of the rest of us prefer to live in in the latter.
PS: Btw, don't waste your time coming up with more links. You won't find what you're looking for.
Either will you. Samsung, Motorola, Asus, Acer, Toshiba, HTC, Arhos, etc.
They all make good products, not all them but some. Sure you might not like Android 3.2 or 4.03 but a lot of us do. I can do things with Android that just aren't possible with iOS. In fact if I had all the apps that were available for the iPad on a Android 4.03 device I would never even consider Apple.
I love Apple products been using them since Apple II. Their iOS though is designed for one thing to sell content threw iTunes. The lack of a miniSD card, proper File Manager or the ability to be mounted as a drive in OSX or Windows is proof of that fact. In fact Apple makes it down right miserable to get foreign content not purchased threw their channels on the iPad. That's fine if your into their content but I'm not.
Android 4.03 is an open OS that gives me the power and freedom to do what I want on my device. Sure it might not be as pretty as iOS but it can defiantly run cirlcles around iOS when it comes to OS features. There is nothing in OS that I can't do in Android. There are many features however that are missing from iOS that I can do in Android.
I own a iPad 2 and just ordered a iPad 3, oh excuse me a iPad because I absolutely love the music creation apps that I can have on that platform. I will always have a iPad in my life if the app situation continues. However my Asus Slider and now my new Samsung 7.7 are my true loves. Multimedia capabilities alone put the iPad in the dunce corner. Upon opening up my Samsung I was not only able to play every codec available but stream my media to my TV wirelessly. I was able to connect an external drive to it and started playing movies starting with A section. I could never imagine doing that with an iPad.
Again though I could never imagine doing half the things the music apps I have for the iPad can do on any Android device. So for the time being I love both platfoms. Man those music apps are awsome.