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Re: [iPhone] Next iPhone revision? I understand the whole Android argument, they do have some exciting hardware and software features that I can appreciate, but I also see a format that has so many different developers, carriers, & manufactures just "doing their own thing" that the end result is a lot of shitty apps, shitty phones (Not every Android is a Galaxy S3) , and full of the same old shitty carrier bloatware that we've seen for years. When I see a iPhone I know for the most part it's a bad ass piece of hardware with about every app known to mankind (pre-screened for compatibility), and never contained bloatware of any kind since the day it was turned on.
I as well feel IOS is a little long in the tooth, but at the same time I don't feel like I'm missing out on anything either, and I can appreciate the comfort of familiarity & refinement.
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