Originally Posted by LoseYourLife
But why ? What makes it so much better than the iPhone 4S ? iOS 5 has iMessage and iCloud.
What advantage does iCloud give over android alternatives?
Gmail - Contacts Calender Mail
Market - Apps
Google Docs - Documents
Music - Google Music
iMessage is pretty much the equivalent of BBM from my understanding, which is hardly used anymore over sms/mms.
Nothing wrong with the iPhone 4S. Its really all down to preference. If you want customization and having easy root access to your phone like you do on a PC. Then the iPhone lacks in that department.
Plenty more other reasons, but I need to head to class
This is coming from a Evo 3D and iPhone 4 owner.
Originally Posted by kriios
Just to clarify: Apps to me mean productivity apps and games. I like to game on the commute, and iOS has the better games hands down. There's no arguing that. And what do you search for that you apparently think fart apps make up half the android and iOS store lol
As for WP7, I'd wait for the Nokia WP7 phones before jumping on that wagon.
No disagreement on there being better games, but the amount of better games is not that much more. I can also see that changing once Tegra 3 rolls out, and the fact that Android is definitely getting a bigger margin in the mobile market share.Edited by dmasteR - 10/6/11 at 3:03pm