Does it really matter? I think the term "drinking the kool aid" has become pretty synonymous with the concept of blindly following or accepting something, whether it is historically accurate or not is really irrelevant.
In the real world do you correct people on semantics all the time, or accept that you get the gist of what they are saying and let the conversation move on?
I am convinced that the iPhone is the best phone for the usage I make, but I am not convinced that the 4 is better than my 3GS.
I work in an area of really low signal (inside an all brick building, metalized solar film on the windows and at least 5km away from the closest cell tower). I get one bar at best with the phone just resting on my desk, and it's not uncommon to lose 3G connectivity entirely, falling back to GSM/EDGE or just plain Searching... Holding the 3Gs often makes it lose the cell signal entirely. If the 4 has less receive sensitivity than the 3Gs, it'll be dead in the water here.
At least I have Wi-Fi at work. I'd still like an external antenna
Location: Markham - Soon to be Mississauga, Ontario
Originally Posted by Elric
But guess what, the "average person" has no idea what a Droid X is, so it's not going to make huge headlines, nor will it spur any kind of press conference. Press release, but no conference...
And are these phones available in Canada? Not that I could find so who cares about this Driod stuff. I just need my new iPhone because my current one is breaking down day by day. Right now I have to press real hard sometimes to get the home button to work.
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