Originally Posted by howyoudoin
1. Why do I need folders? I can copy and paste on my iPhone file, I can copy an entire document or photo without issue.
2. I'll agree with you on this one, Apple needs to work on this
3. I can check email while watching a video. I can also listen to music while using turn by turn voice navigation. Receive skype messages or a skype call while multitasking. Also gps navigation works while talking on the phone. Multitasking is important but no reason to sacrifice battery life because of useless multitasking.
4. Cloud storage is defeating the purpose of wasting space in the phone for a memory card.
5. An external drive on my phone....why?
6. Airplay, bluetooth keyboard do work on a iPhone. This feature would be more useful on a iPad. I see the benefits of it.
7. imap for email so non-issue, Photos and documents on in iCloud now.
8. Clearly Maps is having issues, Apple decided that they are no longer going to pay to use Google Maps. It'll get better over time but there are 3rd party alternatives out there. Personally I never use public transportation so it'll be a non-issue for many but for those yes its an issue until Apple adds it.
9. Thankfully the majority of 3rd party developers on the App Store actually update their apps. I would say about 80% of the apps on my iPhone 4 (haven't upgraded yet) have added support for the iPhone 5 already. Android users will have more of an issue with app compatibility then iPhone users http://pocketnow.com/android/google-getting-more-explicit-with-android-app-compatibility
10. How are you going to watch a video and read a recipe on a small phone at the same time?
11. Apps have permission to local photo storage. I'm not sure why they haven't added the feature to safari yet but would love this ability.
12. I don't need any of these. I don't need folders in folders, don't you understand that actually makes things harder? You want your phone to run like windows which is just awful. For those who want the full customization, jailbreak.
13. Voiding your warranty but enjoy. I don't need to overclock because iOS and the hardware get along very nicely
14. Technically illegal but if an iphone user would like to do this they would have to jailbreak there phone because emulators are available on cydia.
15. Yes since iOS 5 I haven't touched iTunes. It's not needed for backups (iCloud) and you can buy everything on the phone now.
Also in relation to the the new lightning connector, how many times have phone connectors changed in the past 9 years? Heck even pick one manufacturer and let me know.
Yes iOS isn't perfect because I listed several features I would love to have in the next iOS.
Do you want me to list some issues I have with android phones? Number 1 would easily be having to wait months (sometimes over a year) for android OS updates. You can argue with me how you can just root your phone but honestly I could use the jailbreak argument to cover almost every missing feature you listed.
Fanboyism is a joke on both sides. Android is the best thing for Apple, it forces Apple to innovate and the same on the Android side. Remember the retina display, how many phones before the iPhone 4 came close to it, but think of how many android phones have substantially better resolution after?
Apple's A6 CPU wouldn't be what it is if it wasn't for the competition from Samsung, HTC, etc.