SaNE wrote:Why would you have an iPhone and not jailbreak it? SBSettings is essential.
Oh I know about SBSettings (and had it on one of my Jailbroken phones), but sometimes when you have work supplied iPhones, jailbreaking them is against the rules (at least with the companies I have worked at).
I had no other issues with the iPhone, other than they couldn't supply simple shortcuts as standard features like every other smart phone has for the last 10 years. I am still considering changing back when the 5 is finally released, but unless they finally include that feature I can see me selling it again shortly after.
For reference sake I still have my iPad3 as I still think it has better apps and support compared to any other tablet on the market. If that changes in the next 12 months (with the release of Windows 8, and or better tablet supported apps for Android) then I may eventually switch away from it as well. But for now, and into the forseeable future, ipad > * (all other tablets).
SaNE wrote:The only reason I went with the iPhone was because the other brands make 15 phones and support none of them very well, along with multiple versions of the same OS for different phones, it's all just a mess.
Yeah it was one of the biggest factors playing on my mind when I changed back to Android, the only reason I ended up taking the leap is I realised I change phones like most people change underwear, so if android gave me any grief I would simply buy another iProduct