DeSimone wrote:kalvano wrote:DeSimone wrote:maxm2764 wrote:Yeah but your response didn't validate his argument so it was disregarded.
See my post above.
I'm not technologically inept. In fact, I'm smart enough to prefer software that functions fine out of the box instead of requiring you to mess with it to make it work.
RC fail. The software works just fine. The ability to customize is what blows the iPhone out of the water.
Customize what? It's a phone.
Android allows more customization, but make no mistake - you will need to customize it! You can't take it out of the box expecting the phone to be preset the way you want it. After you spend a couple of days playing with it, you will not want anything else.
The implication here is that the iPhone works fine out of the box, while Android requires you to jack around with it.