Drop the iPhone 5 for a Galaxy Note? You’ve Got to be Kidding


iphone_5_v_samsung_galaxy_note_2_thumb_contentfullwidthLast week I ran across an article titled Why I Might Drop the iPhone 5 for the Galaxy Note II, and You Should Too by Ed Zitron. I’m sorry to say, this is a terrible article in my opinion with little to no compelling argument. It’s essentially a headline without any content–shame on Forbes for even posting it. Nobody, including myself, should be telling other people what phone to use… that’s personal choice. I happen to be an iPhone user so I was interested in why someone would want to switch and the reasons I found were very, very lacking.

Here, below, I’ve listed the authors complaints and my comments:

Complaint #1: Paying nearly $700 to be part of the “Apple iClub” off contract. Comment: That was your choice and guess what–other smartphones are just as expensive without being subsidized by a carrier. Also, buying anything to fit in is a bad idea… be true to yourself and get what fits you–this isn’t high school.

Complaint #2: Maps. Comment: Apple has had trouble with their maps app… obviously. They have bent over backward to promote other map apps in the app store, including Google’s, and Tim Cook made a very public apology. That is all actually beside the point… the maps app is not the phone itself and there are plenty of viable alternatives. By ...

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