that is the only thing i will agree with you on. the iphone still has the most apps, the best apps, the most innovative apps.The apps are better on iPhone, so the buyers will follow....
Where is the TPain app on Android... Oh yea.....
newer android devices have or will support mobile hotspts like the Samsung Fascinate. it offers mobile hotspot capabilities, allowing up to 5 Wi-Fi enabled devices to wirelessly share the Fascinate’s 3G internet connection. the iphone does not.
the fascinate also uses the "AMOLED" screen which provides a number of advantages over the iphone, including a brighter screen, less sunlight reflection, and reduced power consumption. the iphone does not.
samsung fasinate also has the DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) technology, which allows it to wirelessly send user-generated video content to other DLNA-enabled devices, such as TV’s, monitors and laptops. iphone does not.
iphone has no significant customization options, don't like android's interface? no problem: you can change almost every facet of the user experience.
iphone does not have the existence of full multitasking, system-wide voice-to-text input, live, functioning home screen widgets, the ability to swap out the phone's battery, high-quality navigation software that isn't a separate purchase, ability to tether (if rooted) and no be charged $$$$$, the ability to install any app you want, even if it's something morally objectionable.
android has the ability for the user to setup the device the way they want -- not the way Steve Jobs thinks you should.
this could go on for ever......yes iphone has features android does not. android has features iphones does not.
ultimately, deciding to buy an iphone is all about buying into apple's vision of the one perfect smart phone. android, by contrast, is about finding the right smart phone for you. want a phone with a real QWERTY keyboard or a jumbo-size screen? sorry, iphone can't do — but android can . you can even get android with a slide-out keyboard and a big screen.
android devices that run android 2.2 match most of the iphone's key features and add some distinctive benefits of their own. i love google maps' spoken turn-by-turn driving directions and the built-in support for the Google Voice telephone service.
Where iPhone Fails an Android Devices Does!!!