Re: Sounds great, but........
@ashu001> "Android Users don't think twice before changing their Brand if the Other Phone clicks for them;Apple fans just stick on."
If they do that because they reach respectively like the OS they're using, then that makes sense doesn't it? There's no alternative for iOS fans.
I'll say I'm not a fan of Windows Phone (though I have one), and I have found Android to be confusing - perhaps because of the manufacturers customizing it to their own way of thinking. As such, I do personally lean towards an iOS device. But then there's more to it than that; I also have Mac at work and at home, so I have the additional benefit of an ecosystem that exists across multiple devices, so just as Apple planned, I'm tempted to stay within the iOS/OSX family just to maintain the native syncing features. That doesn't mean I wouldn't like a larger screen though, nor that it irritates me that Apple has locked their keyboard down for so long, etc. I'm glad to see some of these things appear to be changing over time.
"If you are Happy with a Phone that you just plan to use for Calling ,Texting ,Messaging,Alarm Clock and Calendar then an iPhone works well."
*lol* I suspect there are several million iPhone users who would argue that your characterization of their device is a tiny bit one-sided. Not everybody wants to carry around a phablet, and find the iPhone a reasonable compromise between functionality and size. I guess it's all about what's important to you.