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Old 06-03-2014, 10:38 AM   #11
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Never been an apple fan and never will.
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Old 06-03-2014, 10:50 AM   #12
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Never been an apple fan and never will.
Same here, most "smart" phones are over priced is over but Apple tends to over do it as does Samsung.
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Old 06-03-2014, 11:04 AM   #13
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Well, not as techie as I used to be even though I do some administration.
I can't say I'm a big fan of any of particular OS except the one I get practically free whenever I renew my contract. I have an S5 right now that my wife picked for me as birthday present and it is really awesome compared to the RAZR we traded in. I have really never been a big fan of Apple since I started in MS-DOS (5.0) and enjoyed being able to manually configure the system.

Now I'm just waiting for SkyNet or some other machine overlord to tell me what to get next.
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Old 06-03-2014, 11:52 AM   #14
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I think with all operating systems, it what you get comfortable using. I was quite comfortable with Blackberry back in the day, but when they didn't support MS office in a 64bit platform, I switched to iOS. My wife and kids all have iPhones, iPads, & macs, so with all of having same platform it's easy to transfer data. I have 3 android tablets, that I've tried using, but just use them for games and movies when I travel now.
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I think with all operating systems, it what you get comfortable using. I was quite comfortable with Blackberry back in the day, but when they didn't support MS office in a 64bit platform, I switched to iOS. My wife and kids all have iPhones, iPads, & macs, so with all of having same platform it's easy to transfer data. I have 3 android tablets, that I've tried using, but just use them for games and movies when I travel now.
I've found it seems to be whatever you happened to pick up first is what you've stuck with. I first got an iPod touch, so when shopping to replace my blackberry I went iPhone. Not so much for the product as it was because I've spent money on apps on the iOS platform and I didn't want to have to buy those apps again on Android. Same reason I went with an iPad.

On the flipside, when the wife first got a smartphone phone she went with an android. 5 phones and a tablet later, everything she's done is on Android since she doesn't want repurchase apps on the a different platform.
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Old 06-03-2014, 12:27 PM   #16
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Though, I'll admit- I cheated. Chrome has a "Search Google for this image..." feature.
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To me it's white square. lol. Image won't open.
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