It’s the old Mac vs. Windows argument all over again. iPhone vs. Android.
Oh, we’re talking about market share. Well, there’s that, yes. Android smartphones have an installed base that exceeds 2.5-billion while Apple’s iPhone is only 1-billion. Wait. That math can’t be right, either, because those anti-Apple members of the technorati elite politburo put iPhone’s market share at barely 10-percent, not 30-percent as the math suggests.
Well, not just market share but a list of items you can’t find on most Android phones.