Dont be confuse about this question but what about if the next iphone comes out 4g or 4g lte and our beloved tmobile dont get it again what would u do . Dont get me wrong i love my SGS2 but would you like tmobile to get the next iphone? some people here are using android because tmobile is only one way android and buy a unlock iphone is worthles. Last month att sells were %80 iphone , verizon %65 srpint %87. What would u do if u have a company and something is a hot sell would you sell it or would just seat and watch how all the rest of the world makes money ???
I do not want an iPhone.
A long time ago I probably would have, but since getting used to Android I wouldn't want an iPhone. My screen is bigger, my processor is faster, and I get removable storage. Also I don't have to jailbreak my phone just to install an application that Apple doesn't want me to install. Apple does have a more refined user experience in my opinion but the amount of things you can customize on Android makes it a much better operating system.
I like my android.
Just remember, by the time the next iPhone comes out, we could likely have the Galaxy S 3. So far, the rumors point to it having a quad-core processor, an HD screen, and a 12 megapixel camera. I'll take one of those, no matter what Apple puts out.
I have a value plan and pay $10 a month for 2gb data plan so that would be a big no plus I have never owned an Apple product or never plan on owning one.
Apple makes a great music player, but I wouldn't want their phone. I firmly believe in separate devices for separate functions. It's OK to listen to music on your phone, but if it is your primary "iPod," and you are jogging with it and drop it, now you have no phone, no iPod, cam, contact manager, email access, etc.
Smply gave me a good idea, though. As I was standing in line at the airport, my Galaxy S2 rang using the iPhone ringtone and about 18 people grabbed for their phones.
carrucan_of_kurrajong wrote: Smply gave me a good idea, though. As I was standing in line at the airport, my Galaxy S2 rang using the iPhone ringtone and about 18 people grabbed for their phones.
Mine doesn't even ring... I just play the ringtone covertly in the elevator
I actually kinda like the ringtone now.
I wouldn't take or want an iPhone if it was given to me covered in 14 kt gold, with free service for a life. I love Android, nothing beats it.
It depends on what you want to use it for. I've had the iPhone but when it broke I opted for this phone and like it much better.
I have no contract to break, but if i did, I doubt that I would break it to get an iPhone. The iPhone has been out for over four years. When I decided I wanted one, I got it from a carrier that supports it. I don't get how it's a "break contract" decision now at this late stage of the game.
If the next iteration has something phenomenal, then I'll get it. If not, then I won't.
Good question. I bought my SGS2 on the value plan a month back. If the iPhone 5 is real good I might buy it for full price and continue my service with T-mobile. I am miffed at Apple for having kept iPhones out of reach for the 30 million customers on T-mobile so the phone has to be real good for me to consider dumping SGS2.
Android still retains 46% of the US smartphone market, but the iPhone will always peak in the couple of months following the release of a new device. The rest of the time, Android will continue to dominate.
That said, would it be better to have the iPhone? Of course having the choice is better than not, but it isn't that simple.
As I keep pointing out, in order to get the iPhone, Sprint had to make a huge commitment from which they don't expect to break even until 2014. TM simply aren't in a position to do the same, unless owners, Deutsche Telekom, have a complete change of heart about their commitment to the US market.
I thought about getting an iPhone. Especially with the iPhone 5 apparently using a Pentaband radio chip (which means the unlocked version will work on T-Mobile's AWS spectrum). And then I got the Galaxy S II.
This phone is so dang slick I just have no desire for the iPhone.
Now the iPad.. that's another topic entirely.. .;-)
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