The Seven Types of iPhone Users

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AllAreaCodes.com has put out a PDF of what it sees as the seven types of iPhone users, The Fanboy, The Unapreciative, The Overuser, The Desk Job, The Hacker, the Senior Citizen, and The Complainer.

While it’s an obvious gimmick for promoting the telephone area code lookup service, the firm’s list offers enough (uncomfortably amusing) stereotypical truth to warrant a mention.

To wit: “The Fanboy is excited about everything Apple. He owns every previous version of the iPhone, and frequently posts on Mac rumor forums. […] The Fanboy blames any and all problems on AT&T, and is fully prepared to scapegoat Verizon as well.”

Yeah, we know. We resemble that, too.

Then there’s The Complainer:

 

The Complainer
Source: AllAreaCodes

You can view the writeups on each of the seven types at AllAreaCodes.com.

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mhikl

And on the Android side there is only one style of user. It’s the Envyboy who desperately wants an iPhone but has painted himself into a corner from which there is no escape without shame.

And as the great philosopher, Nelson, says:
ha ha!

paikinho

You crack me up.
I want an Android but because I want to get a hacked os and tinker.
I even put Android OS on my Mac using parallels.

But I want an iPhone to tinker with. I don’t really care about the phone function. Just want to jailbreak it and see what apps I can play with.

What kind of user would this make me? Not really a hacker, cause I can’t code or anything. They need a hobby tinkerer category.

mhikl

paikniho,

The only things I have jail-broken is my ATV1 and the wife’s desk drawer. (I just take or add change or a bill or two to mess up her accounting: I’ve no patience with the hoity-toity, “I can balance my accounts, why can’t you?”) Booooring.

But back to reality: I helped run a school lab pre OSX with gum and telephone wire. It was pretty hi-tech for its time and knew everything one needed to know about OS9. But it took time, was fun and taught me to focus. I didn’t want to play the same game, all over again, though. There are other adventures to tweak and to be in the know: I’ve become more ‘people’ oriented. But I understand and admire the mind that has the intensity for such a focus. Now I’m too scattered, wife, kid, beer making, sketching, writing, razzing Bosco.

It’s a talent. Enjoy.

Bosco (Brad Hutchings)

They forget the 8th type: the ex-iPhone user. The new comScore numbers from September to December don’t give a good indication of how many ex-iPhone users there are, but they do show that Google zipped past Apple in US smartphone users and took most of the RIM losses with it.

The funny thing about people who have ditched their iPhones for Android is that they know all too well what they aren’t missing.

paikinho

Hey there you are BH.

If the switchers from both sides are like most folks I know. The are always looking to try something different. Not every technology is suitable for each person.

There will always be things you don’t miss and some things you do miss and wish would be added.

What is clear is that Blackberry suits a large numbers of users needs, android suits a large number of users needs, and iPhone suits a large number of peoples needs.

For me .... my old Visor Prism with springboard phone worked amazingly well. Did what I needed for about 4 years and I loved it. Then it broke and they weren’t around anymore. Time to move on.

5 years from now neither iPhone nor Android will exist as it does now. Tech moves too fast. 10 years out neither iOS4 or Android OS will be around. Both will be supplanted by what is coming.

I know some folks who have tried iPhones and have moved on to other things because they wanted other functionality. That is good that there is choice. I also know some Verizon customers salivating at changing to an iPhone. Not because an Android is bad (those with Androids that I know rave about them), but because the iPhone is the new thing and they have lots of friends with iPhones and people with iPhones generally rave about them.

I’m not surprised when people who try an iPhone don’t like it and move on to something else. My brother inlaw found an iphone totally unsuitable and the android unsuitable. He chose a blackberry since, for him, the Blackberry works for his workflow better than either.

RonMacGuy

Hey mhikl,

Bosco is ignoring me!!  Let him dwell on the Sep - Dec numbers a bit longer.  He won’t even respond to the report that 44% of Verizon android “smart"phone users plan to switch to iPhone now that it is available on Verizon.  He won’t even respond to the record iPhone preorders that beat any single full day new cell launch in just 2 hours.  And I won’t even bring up the latest news on all the malware on the android market website now.  But that’s OK.  Just got my Verizon iPhone today.  Can’t wait to see how things progress now.  Now that Verizon smartphone users have a choice, things will get interesting.

Bosco (Brad Hutchings)

@paikinho: Fair point. Each platform has its constituencies. The question is how big they will be relative to each other as the smart phone market continues to share out. Typically, 2 year contracts on fairly pricey devices would tend to temper trends, but in a quickly growing market the installed base is relatively unimportant versus the new purchasers. That’s what make the comScore numbers so interesting. They show RIM in a freefall and Android catching almost all of RIM’s lost marketshare.

I think Apple is happier being very profitable on a small chunk of the market than being mildly profitable on a larger, dominant chunk. It’s exactly how they were from the early to mid 90s as they p*ssed away market share and relevance to what many thought was an inferior product. This time, Android phones are quite polished and usable, even by normal people. Tablets are going to be the same way. And it will be much more expensive to be an Apple customer with fewer choices and less incremental innovation available. This is not even as favorable for Apple as System 7 v. Windows 95.

@Ron: Glad you like your new phone. As to your numbers, even MG Siegler thinks they’re unrealistic. I’m going to make a point of walking into a Verizon store and seeing how their smartphone display stacks up next week. iPhone 4 is probably the slowest of the bunch in their stable, which means they won’t be touting how quickly it can download/upload content.

paikinho

And it will be much more expensive to be an Apple customer with fewer choices and less incremental innovation available.


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I don’t think the $200 bucks pay to have an iPhone is really a major outlay. And you still can get the $50 buck iPhone if you are really cash conscious. I still pay $20 bucks every time I send a phone through the wash.

How so fewer choices? Currently there are plenty of software choices for the iPhone and I don’t really see anything but growth in that area. Wherever there is a hole, some developer will step in to fill the gap.

As far as hardware, Apples updates on the iPhone so far are happening at a good pace in my estimation. I’m not sure people would be happy if the hardware cycle were shorter because it wouldn’t allow time to work out the kinks.

As for the OS, I don’t think the OS updating is slow with Apple at all. They seem to have a good and seemless way of getting their updates out at a rather rapid pace. I have read more complaints by people anxious for updates from Google. But google hasn’t been at it nearly as long as apple and they will easily catch up.

I think you are right that Apple is happier being profitable. They are really good at squeezing water out of rocks and they know how to do it with or without market share. I don’t see that this will change either.

I would predict that Apple will remain the most profitable smartphone company in the world for at least the next 6 years or perhaps as long as 10. They will lose lots of market share as the Android phones will expand more rapidly than Apple into the emerging market, but Apple will probably remain the largest maker of smart phones.

Eventually Apple will buy the tech to create the next market beyond smartphones. And everyone will want one and the rest of the companies will play catch up again as the smartphone paradigm receeds into history like the calculator.

paikinho

iPhone 4 is probably the slowest of the bunch in their stable, which means they won?t be touting how quickly it can download/upload content.
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Why would you assume that the download and upload speed would be slower on an iPhone?

Given that Verizon and Apple have been developing the phone for CDMA and Verizons current and future network enhancements, what would make you assume the hardware modifications would create a slower phone than the older models they offer?

My download/upload speed with my old pentium pro is the same as my new Mac. Not related to the speed of the computer. Heck given the right network setup, I could make my atari download or upload as fast.

Bosco (Brad Hutchings)

@palkinho: First, I had an iPhone 3GS. It was probably the technology purchase I was most excited about since my PowerBook 170 (college graduation gift). A floppy drive for my Apple ][+ back in 1982 is a distant third. Apple’s screwy app approval saga prompted me to look at Android and BlackBerry. Steve’s stupid War on Flash prompted me to order a Nexus One, and in about two days, I discovered it was just a better phone and a better smart phone. I had an opportunity to use an iPhone 4 for about a week in the summer and, while the hardware design is quite stunning, iOS felt like a Fisher Price toy after using Android. The losers among the commenters here who repeatedly call me a troll, in their nastiness, overlook that I put my money where my mouth is and argue from experience, not blind love for this company or that company. Although I have found that Google generally (not always) has a good approach to things and Apple pretty much always has one that maximizes profits for Apple. Someone’s paying for that, probably Apple customers.

On “more expensive with fewer choices”... Have you followed the Sony Reader saga? To sum up, Apple thinks it is entitled to 30% of sales of content used in-app. The bottom line is that approach will necessarily raise prices for third party iOS content or drive it off the platform, or some combination thereof. To deny that is to deny Econ 101. By comparison, in-app purchases on Android may be done with an upcoming Google facility. Or developers can use a third party payment system or their own payment system. Google is not requiring any in-app purchases to be run through Google with a 30% fee.

On the app side… Where are iOS home screen widgets that users can customize? Even Microsoft gets this with its “tiles” and made them a central part of Wn Phone 7 advertising. And were is the “SMS Reader” app that can make SMS safer and easier by reading incoming messages through your Bluetooth? Android’s architecture made this a fairly easy app to develop and Marketplace approval policy (i.e. everything gets approved until proven evil) meant that it’s available. Such a service would never pass Apple approval guidelines. iPhone users suffer from Apple’s security theater.

On “slowest in the Verizon stable”... Several Android phones on Verizon have 4G. By end of March, several will have dual core processors. Most have user replaceable batteries, and the batteries are closer to $25 than $100. Meanwhile, the iPhone looks very pretty.

I don’t think all smartphone purchasers consider this much detail when making a purchase. But I think more of the details are more accessible to ordinary people than ever before. And I don’t think iPhone fares well in more than superficial comparisons. Even with non-geeks. I also don’t think that Verizon is Apple’s friend. iPhone might lure people into the Verizon stores, but the other choices will be quite compelling, and there will be many of them.

mhikl

Bosco is ignoring me!!

I know. He hasn’t said so, but I think he has clicked that little wheely thing and is ignoring me too. I thought about doing that to the dude way back when I didn’t like him. But I decided that meanie emotion were small minded so I joined the local support group for Bosco Anger Management # 747, BAM. It helped me get over my delusions and week by week over months and with frequent phone calls to the Bosco Advising Director, BAD I have overcome my anger and been able to take down from the ceiling hook my Bosco Voodoo Doll, BVD*. It was a challenge but I have even removed most of the needles. The BAD assures me my case is not terminal. I am happy to announce that I have gained weight, am no longer blind and haven’t beat the wife in over a week. There is hope for all those who seek help. For the sake of your family and friends, Ron, check the yellow pages for your local BAM Support Centre, BAMSC. Life, though diminished, can continue.

*BVDs can be purchased at your local Apple Store. (Comes with pins and ceiling hook)

mhikl

Ron, I forgot to add (I forget a lot now) I no longer keep the neighbours awake banging my head against the common wall. The police have dropped all charges and I recognize a good number of their members at our local meetings.

paikinho

“The losers among the commenters here who repeatedly call me a troll, in their nastiness, overlook that I put my money where my mouth is and argue from experience, not blind love for this company or that company.”
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Well in my observation there seems to be a lot of sniping from both sides as debates get heated. Personally, I enjoy reading the back and forth. It makes for exciting reading.

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“Apple thinks it is entitled to 30% of sales of content used in-app. The bottom line is that approach will necessarily raise prices for third party iOS content or drive it off the platform, or some combination thereof.”
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Not necessarily, I have seen many apps which sold thru the app store are cheaper. Even Aperature is cheaper. I think I paid $180 last year for it and now it is selling for something like $80.
I believe that Apple has discovered that lots of inexpensive apps sell in vast volume. The mass volume overcomes lots of bottlenecks in the previous software paradigm.
People are far more willing to drop a few bucks on something when it is cheap. Most folks I know purchase and download way more apps than they functionally can use.
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“On the app side? Where are iOS home screen widgets that users can customize?”

Could you envision a scenario where this isn’t that important to iPhone users or Apple? Although tinkering is what I like to do, most people I know really don’t want to much. Of course, I don’t know enough about it yet having neither iPhone nor Android. I will have to play around with my Android install on my mac to see what you are talking about. Could you make some suggestions for me to test?

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“And were is the ?SMS Reader? app that can make SMS safer and easier by reading incoming messages through your Bluetooth?”

This is obviously a very important feature for you. But it has zero importance for me. I have SMS blocked on my current phone since I dislike SMS and don’t want to be beeped all day long.

Can iPhone users not get SMS messages safely? I wasn’t aware that there was a giant security flaw to SMS on iPhones. Or are you talking about simply reading your messages out loud while you are driving.
I wouldn’t recommend this feature while driving and I don’t believe anynone really should be using a phone while driving bluetooth or not. But that is because I feel drivers should be driving.

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Do you know if there are any SMS Reader apps that have been turned down by apple?

It looks like this company has one coming out soon for iphone and windows phones and it will sell well if folks need it I suppose. I guess they are still coding it.
DriveSafe.ly
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“iPhone users suffer from Apple?s security theater.”

Our nation suffers from this. But still we haven’t had any airplanes blown up and I haven’t really heard much in the way of giant security issues with iPhones. I have read multiple stories of Android programs stealing peoples information and piping it to nebulous spots around the planet.
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“Several Android phones on Verizon have 4G.”
Does the iPhone not do 4G? Perhaps the 5G coming out in June will. It will have a faster processor too.

I haven’t heard anyone with a 4G complaining that it was a dog. So apparently the current hardware works fine for this year. Next year they will need an update and this will happen in June.
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“And I don?t think iPhone fares well in more than superficial comparisons. Even with non-geeks.”

Really? Well it seems like more folks say they would like to replace their iphone with another iphone so something must be happening for these people that isn’t superficial.

Both Android and iPhone are far more than any one user can experience. Both are very powerful machines and each user tailors their device to their needs.

I’m not sure what metrics you are using in your assessment that the iPhone doesn’t fare well in comparisons with Android. Gut feeling just doesn’t hold water.

Both are fantastic devices. I know you are happy with your Android and that is great… but just as you are ecstatic about your Android, iPhone users are about their devices.
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“Most have user replaceable batteries, and the batteries are closer to $25 than $100.”

I have never had to replace a battery before a device died entirely…. oh wait I had to replace my PJ Box battery once.

It isn’t that hard to replace an iPhone battery either…. and not so expensive.
replacing an iPhone battery for $6

paikinho

Bosco
“I also don?t think that Verizon is Apple?s friend. iPhone might lure people into the Verizon stores, but the other choices will be quite compelling, and there will be many of them.”
Verizon is not Apple’s friend… they are a business. There are no friends in business. Only partners and associates. The iPhone selling at Verizon is mutually beneficial.

Most folks going into a Verizon store to buy and iPhone are going there just for that. Not to buy an Android… which they likely have.
As you know 1/2 million Verizon customers picked up an iPhone in the first day. And anticipated sales are projected to be 11 million with 80 million Verizon customer base. And somewhere around 45-50% of current Android users at Verizon are planning to switch to the iPhone.

Personally, I think the end of the year numbers will be more like 16 million iPhones selling at Verizon. Androids will still sell well and their numbers will stay ahead of the iPhone. Both smartphones will consume much of the rest of Verizons old cell phone market. 2012 will usher in a largely smartphone market world wide.

Bosco (Brad Hutchings)

@paikinho: I disagree with most of your counterpoints. It sounds like you like Apple and that informs your decisions. Fair enough. Could my Mom replace the battery on her 3GS? No. Could she replace the battery on a Nexus One? Yes. On security… when you think that Apple is very secure, remember two things. (1) Jailbreaking works because of crashing bugs in either system apps or the system itself that yield root. (2) When there is just a single account, there is just a single account to be hacked. Read the latest about iTunes vulnerabilities.

Oh, a good 20% of drivers regularly text. Yet with 1/5 of motorists engaged in this deadly activity, accident rates and damage continue a downward trend. There is one situation where receiving spoken texts while driving makes things much safer for me. I routinely pick a friend who travels up at LAX, a two hour round trip. Sometimes he checks bags or a box, other times not. Sometimes his plane gets in 20 minutes early, othertimes 20 minutes late. While I’m driving on the 405 through Carson past the Goodyear Blimp base, I usually get a text from him telling me that he’s landed and whether he needs to pick up bags. I don’t have to answer the phone. I can decide whether to hit the McDonald’s drive thru on Century Blvd or take the 105 straight to the airport. At the airport, I’m not flailing around in everyone else’s way like half the drivers.

But to your point… Drive Safe.ly requires a jailbroken iPhone. From the site:
DriveSafe.ly is currently in beta for iPhone, but will be available soon! In the mean time, if you have a JailBroken iPhone and would like to partake in our beta, you can download DriveSafe.ly from Cydia. You need a JailBroken iPhone with OS 3.0 or greater, and the application needs to run in the foreground. You can find instructions on how to install DriveSafe.ly beta through Cydia here.

Why? Because Apple’s app acceptance policies would never allow this app! And it’s not even a background service like SMS Reader on Android. I don’t even have to turn it on on my Android or launch an app. It just works.

One last thing… The iPhone 4 does not use a 4G network. In fact, it’s slower for data on Verizon than AT&T. And that’s before throttling kicks in. Read Wired‘s take on it.

paikinho

It sounds like you like Apple and that informs your decisions.
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I do like apple, but I like other companies as well. I come at computers from using Atari’s, TSR-80’s, PC’s with dos, Pc’s with win 3.1 on up to win2k, Apples with with os7 and 8 and now OSX although I am a late comer to OSX. I still run WinXP and Ubuntu via Parallels.

From 1996 on I was using mostly Linux starting with Slackware 2.1 and moving thru redhat 4.1, 5.1, 6.0, Mandrake, SUSE and currently I use Ubuntu.

I am not beholden to Apple for my computing needs, but they have a fine product and decent build quality. Win 7 has a fine product although I haven’t had a chance to work with it much. I love Ubunto!!! It rocks. Linux has come a long way since the old slackware days when it took 2 days of compiling and .rc file mods to get the system up and going the way one wanted it to. Much more automatic which suits me now since I have 3 tiny kids and no time to slave away at my machine recompiling things from source.
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“when you think that Apple is very secure”

I never made such a statement. All systems are vulnerable and this vulnerability only increases over time. It is the endless war for security. My assertion is that I have not heard much in the way of user complaints or any complaints of wide security problems with the iPhone whereas I have with Android. I don’t claim apple is more secure.

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SMS
Ah… you live in the greater LA amalgum. I used to drive the 405 from Orange county to Santa Monica where I was working regularly back in the day. I can understand the utility of SMS for you. Freeway driving with SMS I would think be less hazardous that navigating the streets of most major cities. Still not the best.
But if the program reaches maturity. iPhone will have an SMS reader. All devices will have what the customers need in the end. If the demand is there someone will fill the need.

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“Why? Because Apple?s app acceptance policies would never allow this app! And it?s not even a background service like SMS Reader on Android. I don?t even have to turn it on on my Android or launch an app. It just works.”

So you think an SMS reader will never be allowed? Why is that? I realize the software I linked is beta now, but once it is prime time you think it won’t be accepted?

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“The iPhone 4 does not use a 4G network. In fact, it?s slower for data on Verizon than AT&T.”

I hadn’t heard that. Still I don’t think it will prevent 16 million iPhones from selling. My friends in NYC have been dying to get iPhones for Verizon since verizon apparently is the only cell carrier you can really get in the subways.

And the LTE iPhone will be out in June most likely.
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In fact, it?s slower for data on Verizon than AT&T.And that?s before throttling kicks in.
Read Wired?s take on it.

This article has to do with unlimited vs not unlimited data. It has to do with Verizon pulling a bait and switch possibly with their data plan for the iPhone and other users as well. Not sure this has anything to do with the iPhone in particular since there was never an unlimited plan before. They are just talking about what happens if you max out your data.

Are you sure you marked the right article? I didn’t see in the article where Verizon’s data will be slower than AT&T. I didn’t see where the iPhone is slower on Verizon than AT&T.
I read this article on Slashdot a couple day or so ago and it is a policy Verizon is putting in place which will affect all users, not just iPhone users.

paikinho

“@paikinho: I disagree with most of your counterpoints.”
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I suppose I wouldn’t expect you to agree with my counterpoints since they dispute things you write. But it is nice that you don’t dispute all. That would be silly and what would be the point of any dialog.

Bosco (Brad Hutchings)

Drive Safe.ly will not be approved any time soon. Undocumented APIs. Sorry. If such an app were approvable, they’d be more plentiful than fart apps. The technology and execution are not difficult.

Here’s your speed comparison.

But if the program reaches maturity. iPhone will have an SMS reader. All devices will have what the customers need in the end. If the demand is there someone will fill the need.

That’s the part you don’t get about the App Store approval process and the totally arbitrary exclusions it has made during its existence. Apple may eventually feel pressure to cave and open up needed APIs or even build it into the iOS. However, Android has it now. Actually, they’ve had it since August-ish. You’ll be waiting longer for this feature on iPhone than you will for your downloads to complete on Verizon. grin

paikinho

You being an app developer have more insight than I would about apple app policies. Still I do think that if there is a wide demand for any functionality, it will be incorporated. Maybe apple is going to add this functionality themselves?

Nice speed comparison. Thanks. I wonder why Verizon’s speeds are slower. That will be a great fodder for AT&T marketing.

SMS reader seems like a nice bit of function to add. I suppose it is also a reason for a person who uses SMS and drives at the same time as getting messages would have to choose Android.

I don’t use it, but it were a coveted feature by me, I would definitely go with Android. But then again, I like cycling and the Cycling apps I have seen on the iPhone were more robust last time I was checking. Of course GPS on Android is better I believe. Point being…. nothing is static. And people will make their decisions based upon the device that does what they need the most.

And each device has more functionality than any one person could possibly use.

mhikl

Bosco and paikinho. Did you know you can privately post in The MO. And you could exchange phone numbers.

paikinho

Really… haven’t used that feature yet.

paikinho

“...been able to take down from the ceiling hook my Bosco Voodoo Doll, BVD”

Bosco…. seems like you should make some voodoo dolls and bobble heads or something. You could probably make some cash at it. hehehehe.

mhikl

paikinho, Bets on you can’t get my bf*, Boski, to acquiesce and say something nice about Apple that doesn’t have at least a nanoscopic tinge of sarcasm; though, if anyone can do it, it shall be ye.

* as in best, I should have you know.

paikinho

“I had an opportunity to use an iPhone 4 for about a week in the summer and, while the hardware design is quite stunning”
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There is one thing nice he said and there are others.

I know BH says a bunch of stuff with sarcasm, but it may be because he has had issues with their app approval process. That seems to stick into his craw more than most things. It seems something happened which made him appreciate the Android more and that is fine. Definitely, he has a flair for the devils advocate.

I think the misguided stuff comes from thinking that one’s own experience and ill will translates into Apple as a company not being successful or their model failing which clearly is not the case. Wishes are not reality. They could become reality and I think it is reflected in the earnestness of Boscos discourse.

Still, no matter how much a person harbors ill will for something or cannot abide its existence, there will be no correlation with future outcomes unless there are multitudes of others in accord. So far for Apple, their products have immense popular appeal. I see no signs of this changing in the next few years or really even in this decade. As to the future… that will be then.

RonMacGuy

@Ron: Glad you like your new phone.

Bosco, I do believe this is the nicest thing you have ever said to me.  Thank you.

Of course, the bar isn’t set too high, but we take what we can get!!

Sorry I haven’t been around a lot - very busy week at work, plus playing with my first ever smart phone.  I am pleasantly surprised at how much faster it is where I live than AT&T service on my iPad.  I am tempted to cancel my AT&T 3G $15/mo plan (250 Meg), pay the extra $5 a month, and get the 2 Gig hotspot feature.

I’ll be quietly watching MO for a while.  Really curious how things will play out over the next few months, with Verizon iPhone numbers, iPad 2 release date vs. Moto vs. HP now.  Should be interesting.  And, I must admit, I am getting a bit tired with the debating.  We shall see how things play out.  But at this stage, there is way too much speculation over things that debating it really doesn’t make much sense to me.

Thought I would share a laugh though.  An article called “HP TouchPad: 5 Features the iPad Lacks” on Yahoo.  The big 5 items?  Better notification, the keyboard, phone pairing, social photos, and “just type”.  Kind of made me laugh, as it seems they are really reaching on this for a product that we won’t see for a few months.


Here is the link

RonMacGuy

But I decided that meanie emotion were small minded so I joined the local support group for Bosco Anger Management # 747, BAM.

mhikl, thanks for the laugh!!  Bosco Anger Management - funny stuff.  He is good at getting under our skin!!  But hey, it makes things interesting.

Anyway, wanted to let you know I read your stuff.  As I just said, I am going to back off a bit and see how things play out.  No use arguing about stuff until we see where things are going.  Will Verizon iPhone help Apple take back market share from android?  Can anyone compete with even the iPad, not to mention the iPad 2?  Tune in next week for another exciting episode.  Same Bosco time.  Same Bosco channel!!

Dana nana nana nana Bosco Man!!  Peace!!

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