Re: one year old iPhone > one year old Android?
Ironically, this is the exact reason why I LEFT Android to come to the iPhone side. I had a Motorola Droid X, then upgraded to a Motorola Droid Razr Maxx. Both were the flagship phones on Verizon at the time of their release, and neither was ever on the "latest" iteration of Android. The "up to date" aspect of Android is fantastic--IF you have a Nexus phone or root/rom your device. Both my devices were rooted and rom'd, and the Nexus line was still far ahead in terms of Android version to my device and it's locked bootloader (to be fair). The problem that Android presented to me was the fragmentation associated with having different devices/hardware on different carrier skin versions, all of whom had input into when an "official" version of the software could be installed.
Originally Posted by Armada