May 14th, 2013, 04:57 PM
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Originally Posted by nizmoz
Why do they have to reinvent when the Iphone was almost perfect from the beginning when Android devices have not been till recently? Seriously dude. The iPhone is a great device, and for ONE device, vs MANY Android devices, it sells damn well. It out sells any ONE Android device out there. And now that T-Mobile sells them, probably will see even more sales. They aren't far behind all the Android sales combined.
While is true that the individual iPhone sells more than an individual android device, it's not a level field because there only one up to date iPhone per year where there are multiple updated Android phones a year and in many case multiple from the same oem like the s4 and the upcoming note 3. This thus makes it unfair to make a direct comparison between the two. Apples (literally) to oranges.
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