The morning of October 4, I had my credit card in hand, ready to buy an iPhone 5 and wave good-bye to Android forever.
Sadly, the iPhone 4S isn't quite what I'd hoped for: it's too expensive for the high-capacity models I'd prefer, I want a bigger screen, there's no 4G, and I'd hoped for integrated turn-by-turn directions. The 4S has left an opening for Android to reassert itself and win my continued loyalty...but it's a tiny opening, indeed. This is Android's last chance, and here's why.
Fragmentation (still) I'… Read more