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LOL yeah if it wasn't rooted and tweaked, but I pull 14-16 hours out of my Thunderbolt no problem with the standard battery. And without shutting off all the goodies.
Let's say an individual wanted to do this. Where would that hypothetical individual get a guide on it?
    
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I constantly see around 25-30 meg down on my Bionic here in Nashville, TN. Rooted phone with some tweaks, battery is around 15-20 hours of normal use (web, texting, games, email, etc). Phone is hella fast as well, esp coming from a Blackberry Storm 2.

Def not getting a "woo" feeling looking at the iPhone 4S.. or any other iWhatever for that matter. They are decent products, but I like my customization and openness more than being tied down to one OS, Phone, Company, Market.
At least you're objective about it and not trying to shove your androidness down iPhoner's throats!
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Let's say an individual wanted to do this. Where would that hypothetical individual get a guide on it?
http://rootzwiki.com/forumdisplay.php?10-Thunderbolt

http://forums.androidcentral.com/thu...ng-roms-hacks/




On topic, I dont foresee anyone who is in a 4G area on a 4G phone being "wooed" to the iPhone 4S.
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Let's say an individual wanted to do this. Where would that hypothetical individual get a guide on it?
XDA is a good site, there's a one click root app now thats pretty straight forward, I'm running a stock leak of gingerbread, with all the bloat removed which helps ton's on battery alone, next thing is condition the battery with battery stat's (I think that's what it was called) I can look later at the exact app name, with all that and some smart setup of my email check frequency etc, I get amazing battery life, keep all the eye candy etc. Problem is Verizon loaded the thunderbolt with so much damn bloat ware and that was the main culprit for battery life issues, the worst offender is the blockbuster app.

And lastly dont use a task manager on the Thunderbolt it actually makes things much worse than helping.
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iPhone is very very basic. Anyone can use it. Because it basics you are limited on what you do. I use it as phone text/call, email, youtube, and my favorite AirVideo to watch my computer videos. For these things iPhone does them better then android phones in a easier way. I have not used a stock 2.3 GB but i find iPhone very organized. I hate how Android is not neat.
And the beauty of Android being you can set the device up to cater for the exact configuration that you find easiest.

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For example in my tab most apps name is hidden and makes it look weird. Simple things like this i stay away from android.
What do you mean by this? I'm curious.
    
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dream on... I'd rather get out my old nokia 3210 than going apple products... ever.
Ditto! I don't even own any apple products and won't get any in the future as well.
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Ditto! I don't even own any apple products and won't get any in the future as well.
I used to be that way, until I actually used an iPhone on a regular basis. Now I understand...
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