Actually I do think much. I think all the time, I am thinking right now. Right now I am thinking you are wrong already (because if I wasn't you'd be right). Actually I don't think your wrong, I KNOW you are.
"A nonsense comment. What does it beat it at?"
Most phones can only do what they can do at the time you buy them. Windows Mobile does that, plus what ever apps you install.
iPhone is limited in this aspect because you only can do what it did when you got it and whatever Apple says you can do afterward.
Windows Mobile beats it at doing more stuff and running 3rd party apps, without jailbreaking.
As for the rest of your post it seems even you agree with me:
The bottom line is that WinMobile currently is a far more power full and capable platform to be running on your phone. Period. It does more out of the box for free, and it supports more free add-on software which only stretch it's capability lead.
How many IT department don't allow WinMobile phones to connect to their exchange servers, but will allow Iphones? How about the other way around?
Perhaps I am the exception and not the rule, but I do not require or desire my phone's operating system or hardware to be "dumbed" down. When I am looking for a new phone I am looking for a business phone, not a kids toy.
Even you said that WinMo does more out of the box for free and more afterwards.
"What does it beat it at?"
I think you answered your own question before I got a chance to
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