This is just ignorant
I've got a like-length post in rebuttal to each of your claims, but claim 4 is the most overtly ignorant. The majority of users think of multitasking as being able to transition out of the current app to be able to use another recently opened app in the state the app being pursued to transition into was left. If that is the case, not only does iOS do this better than Android, but so does Windows Phone Mango, iOS, webOS, and BlackBerry. If true multitasking is defined as an application "running" in the background, sorry, iOS does foster that, too.
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