Originally Posted by jr_b
I know several people that have switched from regular mobile phones or Blackberry's to Android. All of them have now switched to the iPhone.
Three months ago I handed in my parking pass and started taking the train to work. I remember the first day clearly because it was like a scene from a comedy movie. Almost everyone had her or his nose buried in a smartphone, which was amusing enough, and ALL but one or two were iPhones.
Now, a scant few months later, I see as many giant phones with enormous screens as I do iPhones. I don't know what these big devices are, but they're not big enough to be iPad Minis so I'm guessing they must be Android phones. I only see an iPhone 5 once every couple days.
Whatever *WE* may think of iOS vs. Android, there seems to be at least some anecdotal evidence that people are moving from the former to the latter. Decidedly unscientific and obviously geographically restricted, but if my living depended on the sale of iPhones, it would certainly get my attention.
Edited by v5v - 12/12/12 at 3:52pm