As a follow on to my recent random post on changing cell phone numbers after relocation, I thought I’d take things to the next step. The great debate of our time, Android vs iOS, or in my case, iPhone vs Galaxy. A little background. I have had a personal iPhone for four years now. The day job has historically provided me with a BlackBerry. Recently, that BlackBerry was replaced with an iPhone 4. Now, I carry an iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. Yes, I’ve become that guy…. tinkering with his two iPhones. For a fleeting moment, I considered switching my personal iPhone to an Android device, specifically, a Samsung Galaxy, but I have decided to stick with the iPhone platform totally. Why?
I acknowledge that Android devices, the Galaxy specifically, are great phones. I like them, really, I do. I just don’t love them. The apps I use most are available on both platforms, so that’s not the issue. It’s just that I like the look, and feel of iPhone. I like the integration between iPhone, iPad, and MacBook Air. Actually, I love the integration. In fact, that integration is probably the number one reason I’m sticking with iPhone, but the fact that I even considered switching is saying something. Am I missing something by not switching to Android? I’d love to hear your opinions.
Now, about switching from AT&T to Verizon…..
-MJ, May 21, 2013