Updates can be good, but once in a while can cause new issues. With Android phones, there are many different manufacturers (Motorola, HTC, Samsung, LG, etc.) with different hardware. That's why Android phones take longer to upgrade...many different manufactures, different models, different hard ware. Each new Android version has to be thoroughly tested by the phone manufacturer and carrier before release. Imagine if Android 4.XX was pushed to every Android phone at once without being tested by each carrier & phone company. There are not enough forums in the world to handle that mess. That's just my 2 cents.
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Last edited by sajokaz; 10-08-2013 at 06:47 AM.
For Whom The Bell Tolls...Time Marches On
Just an FYI - iPhone on any network other than AT&T will not let you access data connections during a call. It may text, but it won't send/receive text images/videos, surf the Internet or receive/send email. I found this to my chagrin when trying to get better service by leaving AT&T for Verizon. There's not a lot about that issue out there - must not matter to most people - but I do a lot of Internet researching, some Web publishing and other data multitasking while I am on calls, so it was very important to me. I LOVE the iPhone but HATE iTunes, so I'm glad to get away from that part of it, at least.
And wulff, you must not know anyone with an iPhone. Meet and talk with a few, and your horizons might be broadened.