I think that in your haste to post a scathing reply to this article, you may have forgotten to check it's title. Just so you know, it wasn't "Why the Incredible is better than the iPhone". The author is trying to describe why he's no longer envious of all of us that have and love iPhones. Yes, I include myself in that group, because I'm generally a huge Apple fanboy, but I generally like to think of myself as objective. Which means that, to me, all of Sam's points are valid when comparing to two devices and their respective services for the intent of this post. He doesn't have to be jealous of future Apple offerings because he has them NOW. He doesn't have to care about the often-touted multitude of apps, because he has all that he needs. And probably most importantly to him, he's got something that we may never have with Apple: a certain degree of freedom to choose what he wants for his phone. Objectively, I may be a little envious of him now. Of course, I think you'd have to take my whole arm to get my iPhone away from me.
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