Survey: Android Users "Hate Apple" (Do They Really?)

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bittertruth

1. All apple users are arrogant and stubborn. Creator himself might be innovator but very egoistic and ended up naming everything 'I'.

2. apple OS is very restrictive and so is Windows, but the same spec machine?? apple robs you outright.  If you've money and don't know where to throw, go and buy apple.

3. apple is reptillian. You buy it thinking latest, the next month you'll hear the hype of their upcoming newest gadget. You'll be ditched like a prostitute. The thing you buy and on hand will be the thing of the past the moment you have it. And, if you try to sue them for the price difference for the same product later on , they'll throw you refunds like you're some cheap morons. Remembered? few years back??? How they charged iphone for hecuva money and later on they refunded like $100 or something? pure reptillian

4. Every features they put on their machines, it's incremental because they're there to make money. I'm enjoying all the features on my Android Smartphone, you name it and my colleagues are waiting on iphone 5 for the same features. I feel sorry for them being so loyal to the company who makes lotta money for every new feature they add onto it. eg. They make it a big news. Multi-tasking!! What the heck, multi-tasking is not a big talk and so many silly users were bragging multi-tasking on iphone as if it were god-send. They didn't know how deprived they're made of such features. That's how you are left begging for more. I remember one movie, where a prisoner is deprived of food. Even the left-over would be the world for that fella. just saying metaphorically. That is you apple users, locked and deprived !!!

5. iphones days are numbered. Those of you waiting for iphone5, all the features are already on android smartphone today, lot stable, lot ubiquitos and quite affordable. Macfanboys could say 300,000 apps in their store but who's gonna need those many apps. Even the choice from 10,000 apps would suffice for one but android's app is growing beyond 150,000 mark anyway.

6. apple is non-existent to me. Simply, I hate apple. 

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warptek2010

I think hate is not a strong enough word for Apple. Add the capital F bomb in front then we're getting somewhere. This isn't so hard. People tend to like the product or service that adds the best value for their money. All things considered, it comes down to price, performance, dependability, aesthetics of product. 

 

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yamiyaiba

I remember this survey. I took it, and it was CLEARY biased to produces these results. There were no neutral answers. Choices boiled down to "I want an iPhone, I have an iPhone, I wish I could get an iPhone, or ZOMG I HATE APPLE THE IPHONE SUCKS DONKEY SCHLONG." Correlate this with Android users, and you get your present results. I would have gladly indicated that while I prefer Android, I welcome Apple for providing the competition that has made Android great and will continue to do so. This poll was either created by a moron or with the intent to produce these results.

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Engelsstaub

"I hate Apple because I hate being told what I can and can't do with their products." Yap, yap, yap.

The problem with this, kids (and I do mean kids,) is that you are not forced to own an Apple product. End of story. The fact that people hate Apple is a testament to just how stupid and spoiled American society is. WHO GIVES A RAT'S ASS? You've got to believe me: there are FAR more important issues to devote your intense emotions to. Pathetic.

Some of you commentators have never owned a Mac (or used one outside of your school's limiting environment) but can tell those of us that do how "limiting" it is. I can drag out a list of how limiting it isn't. Like all the storage space I get back on USB drives and HDDs when I switch them between my PC and my Mac. I've never had a driver-issue as one commentator assumes. Apple supposedly doesn't support Blu Ray, but I plugged in my USB BD-RW drive and it "just worked." Windows went looking for drivers.

Each platform has its pros and cons. Much criticism of Apple is legitimate. It really comes down to preference. I like computers therefore I choose not to "limit" myself; I use Win 7, OS X, AND Linux. I like them all for different reasons.

If you can't afford a Mac or more than one computer that's nothing to be ashamed of. I think that's what it really comes down to though. Everything has to be either/or...black and white. At least half of this readership is the teenaged set or young adults who simply haven't grown up. They can not fathom the concept of having more than one computer for different purposes. My experience with post GenXers is that they'll want to fight if you don't like the same band they do. "Dude, I don't really like Korn all that much. There music really sounds the same after the third song, IMO." "FUCK YOU! YOU  suck. I'll kick your ass!" ...same thing here with the brand-loyalty. The best brand is the one you own and everyone else is wrong and is in need of your evangelization.

The battery-life on my MBP decimates that of any Win-based laptop I've ever owned or seen. That's what makes it a great choice for what I use it for. I don't need any other reason to own it nor do I need to justify it to supposed anti-hipsters who think the song "Love the Way You Lie" is some seriously deep art. I don't care what Justin Long uses. I use what I like and you use what you like.

Keep the useless articles coming. We can't seem to get enough of this pressing issue; some pathetic and imaginary war between fellow computer enthusiasts.

By the way: my Windows 7-based laptop cost twice as much as my MacBook Pro. Neither one is currently for sale.

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Blues22475

"They can not fathom the concept of having more than one computer for different purposes."

 

And I would probably fit into that category myself. Though, if you have more than one computer for a specific purpose, that can be justification enough to have more than one PC. If a person has more than one machine because "I can," then that's not justification enough (and a waste of money), IMO.

I would rather have one machine that does a wide verity of things instead of having to buy several machines since my other machines refuse to perform the tasks I want (regardless of whether this view is realistic I don't care).

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mesiah

I find it humorous that you call this debate pathetic, then go on to write over 5 paragraphs as to why apple is superior. Get over yourself.

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Engelsstaub

I find it humorous that in those five paragraphs you only read "apple is superior." You didn't actually read it, did you? Had you you'd see that I already stated I owned and liked more than Macs. The author of the article solicited such submissions and I obliged. This is your contribution? 

I'm not debating. Read it again and then give me your sage comments.

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mikeart03a

Well, that's the way things roll these days it would seem. I've used Macs, Windows PCs, and even Linux boxes and I've learned to appreciate the strengths that each platform has to offer (which I won't get into) and there are a number of pitfalls to each as well.

I personally don't own an iPhone (though I did have 2 iPod touches over the last few years), but I currently do own an Android based phone and I've had Symbian (Nokia), Windows Mobile 6 (HTC Touch) and BlackBerry devices in the past and can argue the merits and demerits of each.

I don't own an iPhone for a couple of reasons, more of which are technical choices than personal:

1. iTunes: iTunes has become such a bloat that it sucks back a little too much system resources for my liking and that in turn wreaks havoc with Photoshop on my system, as we all know that iTunes is famous for it's memory intensive background processes (even when it's closed). Not to mention, I'm not a fan of how Apple throws the store in your face every time you try to do something.

2. iOS Flexibility: While iOS is a decent mobile OS, it's also lacking in the functionality of allowing users to be able to personalize the device a little more than beyond a simple wallpaper and ringtones (Blackberries aren't that much better either). I like to use widgets and be able to change up the look of my device once in a while, but ultimately it these widgets that allow me to be somewhat productive with my phone when I'm out of the office. Also, it would be nice to use a third party app that woud allow me to better manage my e-mail instead of the stock app provided. I'm not knocking the OS's multi-tasking or app offerings, but I do like a little more wiggle room that would allow to change things up a little.

3. Hardware Form-factor (aka. size): The iPhone/iPod Touch hasn't change much in shape (save for a few changes with the iPhone 4) in the last few years and it isn't that comfortable for me to hold for long periods of time. Whereas Android, Symbian, WinMo, Blackberry devices to come in a number of shapes of sizes that lend themselves to better suit the user in terms of ergonomics (though some will just buy the smallest thing out there as it's all the rage). I personally prefer phones that are a little wider as well as chunky due to my large hands, they're easier for me to hold on to.

4. User Replaceable Parts: This is a major thing for me, I work long hours and travel to different sites that may not have an outlet available for me to charge my device. Thus, eing able to swap batteries on the fly is key for me being able to do my job. I know there are charge packs that will charge the iPhone on the go, but I just don't want to carry around another 2 pound device when an extra battery would've done the job at a quarter of the weight.

These are a few of my arguments against the device. I don't hate Apple, Mac OS is a nice piece of software in its own right, but I'm not too crazy about te number of restrictions that are placed on the user should they choose an Apple device. I know that it supposed to simplify support, but it also can stifle and annoy alot of people too.

However, at this point in time I will stick with my Android device, but I'm willing to keep an eye on the apple camp and see what changes over there and give them a shot if they meet my demands. Especially on the replaceable battery and OS customization.

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Engelsstaub

Sounds reasonable. It's all about choice: your choice.

If my only computer was a Mac I'd still dual-boot Win7 and run Ubuntu or KDE in a virtual machine.

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Kaldesh

I don't hate Apple, I just don't like their policies, I believe they're anti-copetitive. They try to stick everyone into their little boxed garden of a world, and then once we're inside proceed to dictate how things will be run.  It reminds me too much of a dictatorship, the gardens and pretty propaganda movies make you think the grass is greener on the other side of the fence, when it's really not.

Also, Apple has turned the Smart Phone race into a 'Us vs Them' racket.  They are a big company but they're trying to go up against all these other companies that have now standarized on Android as their Phone OS. 

This reminds me too much of the PC Market back in its hay-day.  Apple went up against all these other companies like it was a crusade against the 'evil empire' and created such a frenzy. Their competitors out-paced them finally, and with a unified OS (MS DOS and Windows), they where able to offer a more unified user experience across a greater breadth of devices.  They had a greater mind share, they had more vision simply because of their numbers.  And in the end? That extra brain power and market force drove them past Apple and drove Apple into the basement.   They say history repeats itself.... I say this has all happened before, and it will happen again in the Smart Phone market.

You can't offer one product, and hope to have it stand up against an entire industry set on topping your acheivement.  Apple was foolish with the OS War on PCs and refused to license their product to other companies and allow them to take it in new and interesting directions, they will do the same thing now, and it will cost them all over again.

Apple, I don't hate you.  I like your ability to push the envelope, and push your competitors to new heights.  However? Your own smug sense of manifest destiny will cost you the crown all over again.

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igoka

Yea I wanna that shirt too lol.

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MattyMattMatt

Smart people hate Apple. Fact.

Apple is bad for the industry. Their strategies and policies are bad for consumers and developers. Giving money to Apple is supporting tyranny.

We can only hope that their shit which seems to have so many sheep go bananas isn't going to rub off on the rest of the industry. That would be a bad day for all consumers involved.

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Danthrax66

I hate apple.

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Chuck Williams

I think I want that shirt!

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B1Gx5MurF

I do hate Apple. For too many reasons to list.  The most recent being their tablet strategy of buying up something like 65% of the world's supply of capacitive touchscreens to keep their competitors bidding over their scraps, and artificially inflating their competitor prices.  I hope they get sued to shit for this soon.

To call Apple innovative is a very short sighted opinion.  They may be innovative in being first to market certain experiences.  But they send out the lawyers after everyone offering anything remotely like their products in either hardware or software.  Most recently they're sueing samsung, and amazon for their android app store.  Last year they sued HTC and motorola.  They aren't just a close platform, they desire to close innovation off to themselves.

I hate the apple culture even more.  Last year I was on a flight, next to a hipster.  He spent the whole flight playing with his macbook air, ipod, itouch, iphone, ipad, and ipod mini... doing nothing of value on them.  In fact his devices were so redundant, he was doing the same thing on just about all of them.  The behavior of mac-tards is just beyond me.  These are not tech, or gadget people, these are a cult-like people who are defining their very-being with holy relics from a specific religion.  I used to wonder how mac fanboys could be so ignorant in their online rants... Now I know!  Any attack on apple products, despite fact or not is a direct personal insult to the very existence of these people.  Thats why every new product announcement must be followed with the fervor of the second coming of Christ!

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tiger_shark

i don't own an android phone & haven't tried using them, but i HATE apple on how they restrict their products & how they force people to do what they want. that goes without saying that i don't have an iphone.

to be fair, if i were to buy a smartphone, i'd go for iphone but knowing how they treat their customers, FORGET IT!

i may change my paradigm on apple if steve "control freak" jobs passes away(not that i'm wishing him to) AND if they change their policy, stop being so restrictive & make their products a little bit more cheaper.

if that happens, i would like to think more people will love apple & will have more customers. but that's IF it will ever happen. maybe not in this lifetime.

but in the meantime, if i were to answer that poll, i'd choose the last option, I HATE APPLE!

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schmag

I don't necessarily hate apple. I hate the apple culture.

everyone screams when a device, a tool, something you paid for won't do what you want to do with it simply because the manufacturer says no. because they said so.

apple has such a closed system your app has to be explicitly approved, if there is swearing it is denied, if there is this it is denied, that it is denied. I am an adult I don't need some person, who knows where, telling me what media I can or cannot consume.

buying an iphone is like buying a bugatti veyron that is limited to 80 mph because the speed limit in most locales is 75 max. so you have this awesome device that is capable of so much but the manufacturer simply says no. and you are left with a hobbled horse.

I have noticed that alot of consumers that buy apple products buy it because they feel it is "cool" it is "trendy" kudos to apple marketing

example: you ask someone what they are getting their daughter/son for christmas. they respond "an ipod", your response then is "oh an mp3 player?" they say "no an ipod." they don't even realise that is all an ipod is a brand of mp3 player.

how many times have apple officials went on record saying something along the lines of "customer you are wrong it doesn't do that" "you need to hold it differently" wait a minute THIS IS MY PHONE, HOW CAN I HOLD IT WRONG, now your trying to tell me that I hold my phone wrong. who the h3ll do you think you are anyway?

I also won't buy apple because I don't want to be Steve's B!tch.

 

 

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kixofmyg0t

I HATE APPLE BECAUSE THEY'RE STUPID AND THEIR STUPID CONSOLES ARE HOLDING BACK PC'S!!!

 

No seriously I dont like Apple because their products are a bit too locked down. Their is a certain way you have to use apple products, even a certain way you cant hold ur iphone....i just dont like it. 

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Caboose

o.O

I think you need to put a sarcasm tag on your posts.

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Phrish

Apple has been a great innovator, and having a competitor is always like a cattle prod to companies like Google, HTC, Samsung, etc. Competition spawns technological advancement, and the consumer always comes out on top with choice and cost. Without Apple, innovation would stagnate, and huge companies like Google would revert to just being Jabba-like blobs of bio-matter that do nothing, create nothing, and take your money. I always say "thank god for Apple."

That said... yes I hate Apple.

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dracx619

i started disliking apple once their deceptive mac vs pc ads started getting ridiculously exagerrated. i started hating apple when their followers turned completely insane and then dumbass people started following them simply because "idk, it looks cool?"

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Caboose

The first couple were cute, but ya, they ended up getting really bad. Even those commercials from "real people" talking about how plugging in a digital camera is so much easier on a Mac than a PC.

Apple is a very good marketing company. Very good!

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AntonioGarrison

I don't hate Apple myself.  They really are a innovative companyl with a very sleek designed product as well as a nice stable OS.  But the problem why I don't do much "APPLE SHOPPING" is that well, I don't like being bottlenecked into using one program for a product or certain hardware that Apple Deems OK.  Their OS is stable, it looks nice, its also EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE!  Have you ever looked at the price of a Mac book?  Starting out at with NO UPGRADES is 999$!  Using last years technology, you're going to charge me that much for a thin little aluminum case and a different OS?  When I can buy your OS for the same price as Windows, but for your OS is ridiculously picky cause nobody writes drivers for MAC, the hardware list for MAC is almost non-existant.

Google's Android is the (not trying to knock them) Windows of Smart Phones in a sense.  Now saying that I will explain myself.  Google has how many manufactors putting the Android OS on their phones, Windows has how many manufactors using their OS on their computers?  I can't even answer either of those questions, but then you look at Apple.. how many people make Apple products.... 1, how many people use the Apple OS... 1.  Android / Microsoft give you numerous choices whereas Apple is ... 1 choice. 

 

I don't want to pay 1000$ for your cheapest laptop because it has a apple on it, a aluminum unibody case (oh wait a moment your lowest laptop doesn't even offer that cause it's a plastic case), and SNOW LEOPARD OS.  When in all honesty Windows my little 300$ netbook, with its Dell logo on it, a plastic case, and Windows 7 Starter will run just as well as your 1000$ mac.

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AntonioGarrison

I don't hate Apple myself.  They really are a innovative companyl with a very sleek designed product as well as a nice stable OS.  But the problem why I don't do much "APPLE SHOPPING" is that well, I don't like being bottlenecked into using one program for a product or certain hardware that Apple Deems OK.  Their OS is stable, it looks nice, its also EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE!  Have you ever looked at the price of a Mac book?  Starting out at with NO UPGRADES is 999$!  Using last years technology, you're going to charge me that much for a thin little aluminum case and a different OS?  When I can buy your OS for the same price as Windows, but for your OS is ridiculously picky cause nobody writes drivers for MAC, the hardware list for MAC is almost non-existant.

Google's Android is the (not trying to knock them) Windows of Smart Phones in a sense.  Now saying that I will explain myself.  Google has how many manufactors putting the Android OS on their phones, Windows has how many manufactors using their OS on their computers?  I can't even answer either of those questions, but then you look at Apple.. how many people make Apple products.... 1, how many people use the Apple OS... 1.  Android / Microsoft give you numerous choices whereas Apple is ... 1 choice. 

 

I don't want to pay 1000$ for your cheapest laptop because it has a apple on it, a aluminum unibody case (oh wait a moment your lowest laptop doesn't even offer that cause it's a plastic case), and SNOW LEOPARD OS.  When in all honesty Windows my little 300$ netbook, with its Dell logo on it, a plastic case, and Windows 7 Starter will run just as well as your 1000$ mac.

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jjsm586

I would not buy an iPhone because I had the 3G & 3GS and I had to spend a lot of time in apple stores with technical support and go from store to store… one time an apple rep told me the issue was AT&T’s network because my gps signal was acting crazy and it is what it is… One thing I know for sure is that I love android and I really don’t care for the wireless provider so I usually just got to whom ever has the phone I want, not that my experience has been any better with the htc EVO 4G I bought it on launch day and notice a dead pixel when I got home, I was so upset and the store was sold out I went back before my 30 day satisfaction period and was told I would have to call customer service or wait after my 30 day when I called them I was told I would get a refurbish phone which I was not satisfied at all after months of trying to get a new replacement I give up and let them send me a refurb wich I still have but it’s worst than my old one, it has an internal scratch under the glass, the speaker sounds like it’s busted and the power button is stuck so the pop up menu comes up randomly when I’m using the phone and if it dies it will keep turning on and off until the battery is completely drained, so I mostly have hardware issues with my mobile devices I would never buy an apple product or htc for that matter but over all I love Android and cant wait for the next nexus phone I hope I have much better luck with the hardware.

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Neufeldt2002

I wouldn't say that I hate the tech that Apple brings to the table, But I do HATE closed, restrictive platforms of any type. I should be able to use it the way I want, not the way Jobs wants. And for that reason I hate Apple, but I have more of a hate on for facebook and the way I have to OPT-OUT of the publish to facebook every time I post here.

Make publish to facebook OPT-IN, NOT OPT-OUT.

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lordmidnight

Surely some people picked it correctly. I have an Android phone, I would never buy an iPhone, and I do hate Apple. But I love the Woz.

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ChyITGuru

I dont understand why people hate Apple to much.... Granted i would never buy an Apple computer, its over priced in comparison to what i would spend for a PC with the same specs. But, Apple is a pioneer and should be treatd as such, how many of you love your iPod? How many of you love having a touchscreen phone? Apple pioneerd the touchscreen not "crapdroid" sorry but i hate Android, i have had several Android phones with different providers and have had nothing but problems so has everyone i ever met that has an Android phone, force closing, freezing, having to restart the phone several times a day, sorry but too many problems for me, my iPhone i havnt had a single problem with, as far as iTunes you never need it unless you sync your music or when first activating the device or for an upgrade, get over it. Android sucks and everyone knows it but doest have the balls to come out and say it.

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big_montana

Apple did not pioneer touchscreens, as Palm made touchscreens popular for PDA's and Smartphone's. Apple brought them to a new level (which was die shrink from MS own Surface table). iPod? What's that? I prefer my Zune and iRiver to an iPod for the obvious reasons, like wireless synching for one, drag and drop for another, no need to use craptunes for another. If you had problems with your Android phones, it is because you more then likely rooted the phones and modified them to the extent that they were unstable. I have an HTC Evo, and experience 0 issues with it, as it runs perfectly fine. Is Android the best Smartphone OS? No, then again, neither is iOS. I support every major and minor Smartphone at my place of work, and the most stable happens to be Palms (HP's?) WebOS, as it just works, has better multitasking, and memory management then either Android or iOS. I do not hate Apple, but I do not like closed architectures, and being told that I can run this, but not that. Sorry, I own the hardware and I should be able to do with it what ever I wish. It is not software that I license, but hardware that I own! Having to use craptunes every time you need to install apps, update the OS, perform a backup, etc. is just plain insane. Anyone who is ok with that will probably then love living in a socialist society, as you are already used to being told what you can, and cannot, do.

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Caboose

How does the Apple cock taste?

"You never need iTunes. Except to activate, update, sync, etc" So, basically anything really? How about using a system where you're not tied and forced in to using a POS app like iTunes?

Apple did not "pioneer" the touchscreen. Time for a little history lession:

The first touch screen was a capacitive touch screen developed by E.A. Johnson at the Royal Radar Establishment, Malvern, UK. The inventor briefly described his work in a short article published in 1965 and then more fully - along with photographs and diagrams - in an article published in 1967. A description of the applicability of the touch technology for air traffic control was described in an article published in 1968.

Touchscreens first gained some visibility with the invention of the computer-assisted learning terminal, which came out in 1975 as part of the PLATO project. Touchscreens have subsequently become familiar in everyday life. Companies use touchscreens for kiosk systems in retail and tourist settings, point of sale (POS) systems, ATMs, and PDAs, where a stylus is sometimes used to manipulate the GUI and to enter data.

The HP-150 from 1983 was one of the world's earliest commercial touchscreen computers. Similar to the PLATO IV system, the touch technology used employed infrared transmitters and receivers mounted around the bezel of its 9" Sony Cathode Ray Tube (CRT), which detected the position of any non-transparent object on the screen.

If Android sucks, then why does it have such a large following? From smart phones, to tablets, to mini-computers, even to satellite and space systems?

What sort of "problems"? A lot of people always talk about how "they always had issues and so did everyone else they know!" yet they don't cite any of these "problems".

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CaptainFabulous

I've not had a single problem with my Captivate. It doesn't freeze, force close, or require restarts (and it's on 24/7). So either you've been unlucky or have bought crappy phones.

And the problems and limitation of the iPhone are well-documented.

If Android sucks so badly why is it the #1 mobile OS?

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CaptainFabulous

I think another question would have been more relevant:

"A completely unrestricted iPhone free from Apple's influence"

Would I consider buying an iPhone if I could unshackle it from the Evil Empire? I dunno, maybe. At least I would consider it. But anything short of that and it's a resounding "Nothing. I hate Apple".

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big_montana

Apple would first have to fix the call dropping\quality\phantom dial\go to voice message without alerting you there is a call issue first, then fix the antenna issue, before I would even remotely consider it. Also, dump craptunes for activation, backups, updates, etc. Apple, ever hear of OTA? Then again, with the bad reception, maybe that is why Apple chose craptunes for everything, could see it dropping 3G/WiFi during an update and bricking 10,000,000 iphones.

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ChatterboxChuck

Hate is such a strong word. I'm not an Apple Fan but that doesn't mean I hate them. I love my iPod Touch. My problem is (was), 1st, the iPhone only being on AT&T (till now), of course now it's on Verizon but still, only 2 options. I think Apple products are too expensive, don't care how stable they may be. I would love an iPhone but I also dislike having to use iTunes in order to use it properly.

If an Android phone can do everything an iPhone can and be available on multiple platforms and not be stuck on a program like iTunes then I would likely pick an Android phone over the iPhone.

If I was to have taken this survey I would have chosen "An iPhone that works better with non-Apple apps and products" because everyone knows iTunes sucks on Windows and iPhones are very restrictive when it comes to their hardware.

BTW, can someone tell me why there is so much fuzz over a white iPhone? So what? It's white. Big deal. If anything it will look dirty much more easily and will likely scratch just as easily and probably more noticeable.

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Mighty BOB!

You don't have to be an Android user to hate Apple.  Can't we all just get along and hate Apple together?

 

But to be fair, those four options are biased polling.  3 of them result in the polled person buying an iPhone and only one resulted in them not buying it, regardless of if they actually hate Apple or not.  Users who wouldn't buy one, period, who do not hate Apple would probably select that answer as being the only one close enough to their opinion.  It needs a neutral no answer.

 

 

For cereals, get rid of the Publish to Facebook.

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