Before returning to the iPhone (I had an iPhone 3G in '08), I was using an HTC EVO 4G and loved it. It was rooted and I flashed nearly every custom rom available and had a blast doing it. To me, it as well as other Android devices are miniature computers that I can manipulate at will. Then I guess I got bored with it and needed a break from all of the flashing etcetera. Yes, I could have simply restored the EVO to its original state and left well enough alone, however, there was always an urge to tinker with it. I decided to buy the iPhone 4S (I bought it two weeks after launch) and I'm glad I did. My iPhone isn't jailbroken and I have no desire whatsoever to jailbreak it. It is simple, speedy, well-built and professional looking. I'm at peace with it as-is and that's what I need. Therefore, if you're in the market to change, don't hesitate. Get the 4S. Your Google integration will be seamless. However, if you've invested a great deal of money into Android apps then you might want to consider sticking with Android.
Just Me, D
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