I think Android users tend to troll more than Apple users. It's a different breed. Ironically, they remind me of Mac fanboys from the 90s! They feel such behavior is justified, because they are fighting an "evil empire". Remember when Mac fanboys were fighting the evil Microsoft empire? Alas, Guy Kawasaki did this in an ethical way, at least... The funny thing is -- all corporations just want to make money. There are no benevolent corporations. They're amoral. Not evil, not bad, but they don't care about morality. They only care about profits. They're accountable to stockholders. The fact that people shill and adore one company over the other speaks volumes about consumer culture.
If you go onto Apple's support site, look at all the people "complaining" about Apple Maps. They're mostly new users and go into no detail whatsoever. One person even complained that Apple Maps ruined his business, 5 days after it was released, because his business wasn't listed!
This is trolling. A lot of the more activist Android users resort to posing as Apple users. You can tell because they're either not specific or give incorrect information, demonstrating that they have not used the product at all.
Many of them are frustrated that Google made a maps app for iOS. Of course they would. It's all about making money through ad-based revenue. There are hundreds of millions of iOS users, a market far too big to ignore. If Phandroids ran Google, they would go bankrupt within a year.
Apple is mainstream now. Most Apple users just go about their lives, without the vitriol of smashing the competition. Heck, I like Google. I use gmail and docs. I think Android is valuable in that it keeps Apple on their toes. It also gives mobile technology consumers a choice. There needs to be some competition, or else innovation would be stifled. That said, I also think Apple has resorted to the lowest common denominator -- releasing beta-quality software because others do the same. They almost have to, otherwise they would have unimpressive features. For a long time, Google has been releasing products that aren't finished, and lets everyone be a beta tester. This allows them to create some innovative products that don't quite work "perfectly", but may be useful (and for that reason, probably should be released). Others have to follow suit. Apple's quality has gone down hill, and now they are calling features and apps like Siri and Maps "beta" versions. That's a relatively new thing for Apple. I personally prefer rock-solid technology to beta versions. I'm not too happy about this new direction...
One thing I detest about the fanboy wars is the tired old line that "Apple takes choice away from the users". This isn't true at all. Apple users have so many choices, more than any other platform. Heck, you can even run Windows (or Linux) on your Mac. You can't do it the other way around... I have so many choices as to apps, media, etc. Clearly more than any other platform. In fact, I don't even use the Music app on my iOS devices (which people often call iTunes, but it's called Music). I use the Amazon Cloud Player, because it plays my iTunes music and doesn't crash AirPlay!