I really don't consider myself a fanboy at all. Standards are important in technology. I view iOS like IE6. It was closed and proprietary, and when it arrived it brought innovation which allowed developers to do things very easily which couldn't be done before. However, because of its closed nature, after it stopped innovating, people, developers, and marketing teams still flock to it, even though the hardware and software of Android is pretty far ahead in almost every aspect. Now, many years later, web developers STILL have to go out of their way to support IE6 because so many people and businesses who don't know any better still use it.
Apple doesn't support open standards, and Google is all about open source and open standards. Look at the adapter for the iphone 5, for example. Only Apple products use the Lightning adapter, and Apple control which other products are allowed to. Third party accessory makers will flock to it because of the hype over the iPhone, build in Lightning adapters, which won't work with anything else, and then become obsolete when Apple releases their next greatest "innovation." Apple COULD have just used micro-usb, and automatically had basically every accessory in the world already work with it, but they didn't. Meanwhile, I can use a keyboard and mouse with my Android phone out of the box, and even hook it into a display. It just works.
I fail to see how this makes me a fanboy. On the contrary, I think calling me a douchebag for simply saying Android is a higher standard than iOS is a little closed minded.