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Should I stick with Iphone and get the 4s or get an android. If I stick with Iphone I am going to get the iphone 4s since my Iphone 4 contract ended. Android is good looking and everything but it doesn't have that iphone stuff that I am more used to and I would have to rebuy all my apps and some apps that I use aren't in the android market place.
Currently there is a smart way to install the latest Android 2.2 Froyo on your iPhone. The Android 2.2 is the latest version of Android OS. Below is the step by step guide or tutorial to install this Android Froyo on iPhone. I also include a video tutorial regarding this guide.
I saw this review on AnandTech that compared iPhone 5 performance to several high-end Android devices. The iPhone seems to have the upper hand in most of the tests. How long do you think until Android devices catch up or pass the current iPhone in terms of benchmark scores? Are there already announced devices that will offer similar performance?
I was going to get an iPhone 5, having waited patiently with my 3GS until an iPhone with a bigger screen came out. When the iPhone 5 launched, I was underwhelmed. Then, I started to see what Android was all about. I was shocked!
I left android to go back to an iPhone, and now I'm back as I couldn't justify spend £350 extra for another iPhone that isn't that much different to the one I have.
So arriving in the post next week I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 arriving but now I'm torn between getting an android tablet as well as I have an iPad. Anways I'm sure I'll have lots of questions as I want to develop apps for Android.
Everybody has been waiting patiently for iPhone 5 benchmarks and it looks like we have our first one from Primate Labs’ GeekBench. Apple is touting the new A6 processor in the iPhone 5 to be twice as fast for general operations and graphics. In the latest score on GeekBench, it hit 1601, which is actually 2.5 times faster than the iPhone 4S (629) and about double that of the iPad 3 (766).