Thread: Electronics From Apple to Android
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Old 03-05-2013, 04:24 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by candyman View Post
Having used both, iphones cant even begin to compare with newer Androids. They're not even in the same ballpark, and I firmly believe that anyone who still think iphones are better either haven't used a good Android phone or are just Apple homers.
Agreed. Back in the the Froyo/GB days, Apple was clearly ahead. There were reasons for liking Android, but it was pretty rough around the edges. ICS and JB are great though.

I can't imagine having used an SIII and then being handed the latest iPhone and going, "oh, this is ****ing great." But you hear more and more the opposite. I've been surprised lately at how many SIII's and Notes I see around, especially with businessmen.


I also like the idea of being in the Google ecosystem and not Apple's. I've finally cut myself off from iTunes, and mostly from Microsoft. If I want to switch from HTC to Samsung to Nexus to whatever, it's easier as hell. Same with between Mac and PC. Even iOS and Android are easy enough to switch between as a google user, at least compared to someone invested in Apple.
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