iOS Gains 1.5% in U.S. Market Share, Android and BlackBerry Drop 0.8% [Charts]

iOS Gains 1.5% in U.S. Market Share, Android and BlackBerry Drop 0.8% [Charts]

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iCrunch - October 6, 2013 at 6:54pm
My advice: Get an Android phone. I got an HTC One, the "most carefully crafted, beautiful phone in history". Yea, right. Besides Android being noticeably slower on a quad-core 1.7GHz (or whatever it is) and 2GB of RAM than my iPhone 5 with 1GB of RAM and a DUAL-core chip, there were dead pixels after using the thing for a measly 2 months. I wasn't really using it as a replacement for my iPhone. I just wanted to try out what I thought might be a bigger-and-therefore-better screen. Yea, what a disappointment. Can't wait for my DUAL-core 5s, which retains 1GB of RAM, except it's DDR3, so it'll fly in the sky, baby! Oh, and to clear up any confusion about 64-bit, it's the OS that has to be 64-bit, and guess what: iOS 7 on the 5s, along with all of Apple's own apps...all 64-bit. :-P The reality is that 64-bit DOES make a big difference besides the addressable (4GB) of RAM, but the OS has to be 64-bit as well as the apps used. And Apple developers will waste no time, if 64-bit will help their apps. Anyway, yea, get an Android phone is my advice. You'll come running back so fast...and think of the benefits: You won't have to wonder which one's the better OS anymore! That'll be awesome, right? Bro? Brosees?
Jimmy Nutrin - October 6, 2013 at 9:57pm
You always understood technology on the thinking brighter side while competitors are the copying wannabe side where all the samsheeps are! Just telling you I am pleased!