- I never had a point to make. I just wanted to point out that people arguing over which platform is better are just as stupid as they are for calling the other person stupid for using a different OS. Everyone has their own needs. Android and iOS aren't better than one and other, because they're so different in the way the operate and in the way they're controlled and maintained. They're really set out for two different types of people. Sometimes, people tend to flock to Android because the devices are cheaper and there's more of a choice, like you, and everyone else has mentioned. There are different screen sizes, processors, and user interfaces for anyone to choose from. Key word, there? CHOOSE
. That's right. It's a choice. If I buy an iPhone 5, it doesn't make me an Apple fanboy. It means I enjoy using the iPhone as my daily device and prefer Apple's ecosystem over Google's (which, let's not lie, can be a bit confusing and cluttered sometimes).
So, no, before you go and call me names again, think about what you're talking about and who you're talking to. In my home, there are Android phones, iPhones, BlackBerry devices, and Windows Phones. iPads, Android tablets, Windows PCs, Mac computers, Roku TV boxes, Xbox 360s, and various other electronic products. You know why? Because, when I bought them, they were what was best for me at the time of purchase. Yes, I'm loyal to Apple products, but that's because they've always worked best for me. I don't see anything wrong with customer loyalty? I'd rather spend the extra $300 on an Apple made laptop, not because I'm an Apple Sheep, but because I prefer the software of Apple's OS, I prefer the look and feel of the native and third party applications, I prefer the way the OS is maintained, and I prefer OS X for its ease in video editing, word processing, web, and sound editing - things I do a TON of.
So, really. I'm no fanboy. I'm just a nerd who loves trying different things, and if something happens to work better than something else at any given time, then I roll with it until something better comes along and replaces it. In terms of mobile, right now, that's my Galaxy Nexus, and until the iPhone 5 comes out and I get to try that out for myself, I will be sticking with the Galaxy Nexus. Because it works for me. Right now.
So, sir. I believe you owe me an apology, in front of all these kind folks.
Note: I apologize for the horrible English. It was late.