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Smallest iPhone in the world?!
*BUT* they are quality products.
just not worth the worship that they get. Closed proprietary system from an egotistical over zealous company... needs to be knocked down a peg or two.
So, I load up my level inside, and calibrate it. I level the same object, and surprise, we get different results by nearly a full degree. Using a physical non-phone level, we test it, and mine was closer to correct; only 0.2 degree off, compared to his 1.1 degree off. Naturally, he takes this as a challenge.
So, during our lunch, we tested application versus application. He loaded up some that he'd already paid for, e...
1. I do have to cede to you that iPhones do work well but Android devices also work quite well depending on the manufacturer. Android is an OS - you can't say the OS is bad because the manufacturer makes mistakes. Every company customizes Android for their devices and sometimes makes mistakes. Some examples are Motorola's Motoblur (A major failure imo) or HTC's Sense . Try using a Nexus phone which uses stock Android before bashing the OS.
2. There are more Apps for Android and more of them are free than on iPhone. There are over 120,000 apps for android.
3. Android is not a ripoff of iOS, If you care to check, Android supported folders since it came out, Apple copied Android in that r...
The Android Market is growing at three times the rate of Apple's App Store, according to a report released today by mobile security firm Lookout.
The number of Android Market apps increased about 127 percent since August, while the number of apps in the Apple App Store grew at a rate of 44 percent during that period, the company said in its latest App Genome Project report, which is based on an analysis of more than 500,000 mobile apps for those mobile platforms.
"The Android is maturing fast," but the Apple App Store still has significantly more apps, Lookout Chief Technology Officer Kevin Mahaffey told CNET in a phone interview. Of the apps available to U.S. users, which reflects the apps Lookout analyzed, the
But since I made them... not Apple:
they aren't iPhones.