Originally Posted by OC'ing Noob
2. Ease of usage - For me iOS is easier to use than Android. I find it more streamlined and just a more intuitive OS in general. I don't care about undervolting, overclocking, ect. If I want to do that, I will get on my PC. Also, I should not have to root a device to be happy using it.
But you also don't have the option of doing so if you want to. It's a given that 99% of users don't care, but it's a slap in the face to the 1% that do.
3. Portability - The phone fits in my pocket and hand. That means I do not care or want a bigger phone. Don't take that to mean I don't want a bigger screen as I wouldn't mind that as long as it did not sacrifice its small size.
Well that's irrelevant. Android offers phones that share the iPhone's profile and size, as well as good performance.
4. Battery life - Battery on my HTC Droid 1 sucked big donkey balls. Battery on my BB Storm 1 sucked even more. I never had any battery issues with any iPhones.
On the other hand you don't have the option to buy extra batteries, or to replace the iPhone's battery without taking it apart. I've had issues with battery life with Apple devices. Android phones are not exclusive in that regard.
5. Unity and Optimization - Apple software is optimized for Apple hardware and in general for features that actually matter to me, I find the experience going from Apple device to Apple device or interacting one Apple device with another to be a much better experience.
I'm not quite sure what you mean by that.