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My primary phone is the iPhone. I love the beauty of it. But I wish it did all the things my Android does, I really do. Speaking to Dan Lyons in an article comparing the iPhone to Android devices, Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak points out the […]

My primary phone is the iPhone. I love the beauty of it. But I wish it did all the things my Android does, I really do.

Speaking to Dan Lyons in an article comparing the iPhone to Android devices, Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak points out the relative limitations of Apple’s iPhone. Woz makes the case made by many smartphone power-users, suggesting the iPhone is still a great device for most people, but with a little effort and understanding, more can be done to an Android phone. Greater customization and user control have always been key selling points for Android devices; both the high-end smartphones and even the low-cost units.

Another interesting tidbit from Lyons’ article: unlike me, Woz prefers the Motorola Droid Razr over the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Really, Woz? Are you running a custom ROM or are you suggesting that Android 4.0 isn’t as good as its predecessor? Oh well; that’s the beauty of Android: To each his or her own!

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  1. I actually prefer the DROID RAZR to the Galaxy Nexus, as well. For one, the hotspot service is much more stable on the RAZR than the Nexus. I’m also not a fan of some of the menus and settings reorganizations of ICS, especially the new launcher.

    1. LOL! Like I said: to each, his or her own. ;) I like the new launcher, which is pretty basic, but I think I’ll start looking into some of the third-party ones to see if there’s another option that appeals more.

  2. Power users jailbreak their iPhones. Problem solved.

    1. But then there’s still the issue that you look like a huge douche because you have an iPhone.

      1. i know right.. talking about douches what are you doing in an apple site if you hate apple?

        Jealous trolls are jealous

  3. You can jailbreak the 4s? Really?

  4. The minute I saw “Dan Lyons” I un-clicked the link.

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