new iPhone 4s
chipp at chipp.com
Tue Oct 4 23:28:13 EDT 2011
C'mon guys! Haven't you been following the blogs and build up for iPhone 5?
it was pretty well known there was SUPPOSED to be a 4 and a 5, only they
just announced the 4.
Steven, yes the iPhone is a very nice device, only this version isn't all
that much different from a 4 (purely functional point of view). Yes, it is
faster, and has a bit nicer camera-- but that's about it. None of the edge
to edge glass or larger display the Androids tout. I get it. You really like
Apple stuff. I'm happy for you. I'm just asking those who have owned BOTH
for some insights to the plus and minuses of each product.
I find I no longer need much of the iPhone apps as they all exist in better
versions on my iPad. I was seriously considering getting the new iPhone 5
since my plan is up, but I certainly don't think I'll upgrade my 4 to a 4s.
Have you even looked at the Androids in the store? Their screen is
*significantly* larger than the 4. And I know the maps app is better on
Android, as is their native integration with all things Google (which I use
a LOT). And I know I'd much rather develop for Android than iOS- which is a
huge plus (offset by the huge minus of Rev not keeping feature parity
between the two).
On Tuesday, October 4, 2011, stephen barncard <
stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com> wrote:
> why is this phone a turd, Chipp? Tell us how you really feel.
> I've got an "old" 3 (non-gs) now and planning an upgrade. The 3 <IS> a
> I'm no fan-boy, but I really don't want an Android.
> I'm going to switch to Verizon anyway.
> On 4 October 2011 19:44, Chipp Walters <chipp at chipp.com> wrote:
>> Apple iPhone 4s-- ugh. All psyched up about the iPhone 5, and Apple lays
>> this turd. So disappointing. Jeez, didn't take them long to screw things
>> now that Jobs is gone.
>> Now, I'm considering upgrading my iPhone 4 to Android. Anyone have
>> experience with both and can offer advice?
>> Chipp Walters
>> CEO, Shafer Walters Group, Inc.
> Stephen Barncard
> San Francisco Ca. USA
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