Oh, the old antennagate....Yes, I do remember those issues. but those issues were corrected in the Verizon iteration of the iPhone and, from the lack of recent complaining, it seems that issue no longer exists. With Android however, I've been using/selling those numerous devices since November 2009, and to this day I still get complaints about half-day battery life, random shut downs, multitudes of force closes on apps, incorrect time zones (Thunderbolt, anyone?), GPS draining phone to dead (Nexus, anyone?), not to mention some of the "dead pixel" issues on some of the earlier Androids, etc, etc,.
Originally Posted by Antenna
When the iPhone has an issue, it makes the evening news (like "antennagate" did). When an Android has an issue, it's just par for the course, and is as normal as the sun coming up in the morning. Come work in a store for a few weeks, you'll see what I mean.
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