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Pros and Cons of Apple iPhone vs. Google Android (specifically Sprint EVO 4G)

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  1. YaBoiD

    YaBoiD Android Enthusiast
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  2. SprintFun

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    That is quite the wall of text, but nothing new at all.

    If you want simplicity, go iPhone.
    If you want customization, go Android

    :)
     
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    Whew!


    I need the abridged version.
     
  4. YaBoiD

    YaBoiD Android Enthusiast
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    lol, sorry about that guys...
     
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    YaBoiD Android Enthusiast
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    Updated post #1...just the link
     
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    I used the built in summarize feature for OSX and cranked it down to 1% and this is what I got :D:

    Android: choice, open, lower cost, removable battery, keyboard if you want it, runs everything on the web (i.e., no platform racism), excellent Google integration, multiple carriers, tethering (now with hacking, soon w/OS upgrade), build apps using whatever language you prefer, USB I/O, expandable storage. iPhone: Reverse all of the above.


    If anyone wants a longer summary I suppose I could make one but I really don't see the point.
     
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    What built in summarize feature?
     
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    iPhone (con): Employees at development plant are committing suicide.
    Android (pro): haven't heard HTC employees are committing suicide
     
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    Jeez, kinda harsh.
     
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    Thats why its a con ... point is apple pays their employees 100$ a month...
     
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    It's one of the built in "services":
    Get to the Point: OS X’s Summarize Service

    If you are running Snow Leopard here's an a good introduction to how services work in the latest OS (however you'll find services in just about ever version of OSX):
    Services step out in Snow Leopard | Mac OS X | Macworld


    Oh and sorry if I am little off topic. If anyone wants more info about services I suggest googling around or going to a Mac forum.
     
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    Thanks for the link, I like his use of Buzz. Especially for bloggers as they can just add it as a comment section for their blogs.
     
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    Very disorganized the way they put it. I stopped reading after 5 lines.
     
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    This is my favorite one...

    Ron Hudson - iPhone (pro): iPhone can now run Android.May 22
     
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