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Today, J.D. Power and Associates announced that Apple’s iPhone is once again the smartphone that customers are most satisfied with. This is the fifth consecutive year in which Apple has attained the award and the iPhone earned a score of 795/1000.

http://www.9to5mac.com/56665/iphone-...action-survey/
 
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GJ Apple, that is all I have to say. I mean, if they people that buy the phone are happy, then there is nothing more. To each their own when buying phones.
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Not suprised, to all you people who are going to say 'android is the best!' remember that this is a consumer survey, i.e. the average person. Now maybe its just aussie branded phones but they are loaded with so much bloatware that they feel slower than my 2006esque motorola v3x. They will not know how to root their phone and install custom roms, nor will they want to. This is where the iphone shines, apple severely limits the amount of bloatware that can be isntalled, unlike android. Carriers have free reign over what they want to do, which is a shame as android is such a beautiful OS once finetuned but there is nothing we can do about it.
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