The iPhone vs. Android argument has become synonymous with the Mac vs. PC arguments...its funny how closely the two resemble each other really, like a mirror image.
Knowing several android owners though, the thing that humors me is how ANTI-Apple they are...where i just dont care about the Android phones, i dont go out of my way to bash them or find everything wrong with them, i pay them exactly ZERO attention because they dont appeal to me...where as Android owners (atleast the ones i know) are so viciously against Apple products that they attack like blood on water when one comes out in a group...lol.
Not that I'm a hater but, can someone, for the love of god, explain to me what exactly is "free" about android? From what I understand:
*If the phone is themed by say, HTC, it is hard to remove.
*On some new phones, such as the T-Mobile G2, there are hard ware and software locks that prevent rooting/jailbreaking
*Some apps still get banned from market, e.g. sex related.
As previously stated, I'm not a hater, but I just don't like android and thats my opinion. I'm not calling it crapware or anything, I just wouldn't use it. Also, I don't understand the use of the word "free" when clearly there are limitations. At the end of the day though you have to ask yourself "what will work best for me?" For me, it's the iPhone.
the best part of Android is that it will keep Apple feeling the need to continuously improve their OS and there will be a greater chance for Apple to give us consumers what we want (multitasking, folders, etc...)