Originally Posted by rtm135
Agreed. And would like to add that Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) is more advanced than iOS 5 and possibly even iOS 6 when it comes to features.
This is such a vague assertion, that it's effectively meaningless, which also makes it impossible to argue against... or for, for that matter.
However, even if we assume, for the sake of discussion, that Android 4.1 is "more advanced" (whatever that is supposed to mean) than iOS 5, iOS 5 is, and has been, for the better part of a year, a shipping product, installed not only all of Apple's current iOS devices, but also a very large percentage of older devices already deployed. Whereas Android 4.1 doesn't actually exist "in the wild" at this point. iOS 6 will definitely be shipping on Apple devices this Fall, and, again, a very large percentage of the installed base will upgrade shortly after its release. At that point, Android 4.1 will, discounting a smattering of geek owned devices, maybe, be on a handful of devices shipping, and almost none of the installed base will upgrade, or even be able to. By the time any significant number of Android devices are running Android 4.1, Apple will have released iOS 7, or maybe even 8, ...
So, even if we grant that Android 4.1 is "more advanced" (whatever that is supposed to mean) than iOS 5, or even iOS 6, that "advantage" is entirely theoretical, and, depending on what is actually meant by "more advanced", may not even be significant or relevant.