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User avatar #122 - puregarbage (03/18/2013) [-]
I have had both many androids and iPhones (no i'm not bragging, i am just saying i had the best of both worlds). I don't know why, but i just prefer my iPhone. I hold no hatred for ether type of phone.

With the look of the comments, i feel like the 1%.
User avatar #124 to #122 - senoldlx (03/18/2013) [-]
same for me. i tried android and windows phone for SEVERAL years after i had my iphone 3gs. problems over problems, either lack of security and overall choppyness (android) or no features (windows phone). i don't give a flying **** whether i can share music or books, when you buy something at itunes, you agree that the **** has drm. buy at amazon or something if you want it drm free, period. and installing from the web isn't possible on iphone (only with jailbreak), but isn't the appstore "the web" (i dont give a **** when it comes to ********************************************** ). and android and windows phone have a killswitch,too. image people downloaded malware from their stores, customers would go insane, a killswitch is a must-have for any company IMHO.

and because i want to customize my iphone a little it is jailbroken (bought a used iphone 4 because i made too much loss with my ****** phones before i bought it). and it is merely for the notification center toggles and cracked apps (yes, i'm a cheapskate, but dictionaries are too expensive for me as a student)
let the red thumbs rain
User avatar #127 to #124 - puregarbage (03/18/2013) [-]
Last time i checked, the app store for android was risky to even access due to them letting anybody publish their app. I never got to truly get into window phones though. I tried 2 but for some reason, both were extremely laggy and barely functional
User avatar #129 to #127 - senoldlx (03/18/2013) [-]
i have to admit that google kinda tries to make the play store more secure, but because of the open source philosophy they have they restricted them selves. they can't push everything out of the store again without inducing a global ********* anymore. and the more apps you have on your android , the laggier it gets. even the s3 will lag with too much news apps with push messages on. or even some games like Poo have to run in the background, every little ****** app has its own service. when you actually want to USE our android, you are going to have a bad time. and then you may flash another rom on it because you think that it will get better, but with custom roms and kernels you will have more problems in the end than you solved. it's a shame, because the android gui and features are quite nice. the features alone, when you read them. but not more. they are cheaper than the iphone, that's the only reason they are so widely spread. imagine a 200€ iphone before android ics was there, apple could have easlily dominated the global market. steve jobs was too arrogant to degrade the "luxury-status" the apple products have. what a shame
User avatar #132 to #129 - puregarbage (03/18/2013) [-]
Hmm good point. i currently have an iphone 4s. I plan on upgrading it in the summer to a iPhone 5. Nothing from android has made me think twice about m decisions
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