iphone disappointment- but coverage is key
After using an Evo(Sprint), switched to iPhone(AT&T) like the rest of the family, purely for coverage reasons. If there was 4G in my new home & work area I would still be on the Evo. Simple things like being able to put a temporary post-it on my main screen (and having 5 screens to configure). iPhone you actually have to create an icon to put a reminder on the screen. The iTunes app market also does not have several excellent apps I used on my Evo. iCloud also is annoying if you don't have a separate account for each family member. If hubby downloads an iPad app that's iPhone-able, it pops up on my phone. It's been my conclusion that the jokes they used to make about Windows (windows users are dumb, mac users are hip and savvy) is the opposite. The "it just works" iOS is the made-for-dummies interface. Sadly the iPhone was more expensive and the AT&T contract also way more expensive. But as hubby points out, if you can't get a signal or the call is dropped, doesn't matter how much you like your phone, and the iPhones and other iOS devices do work well with each other. I am hoping that by the time our contracts are up, that this whole area is 4G and we can go back to Sprint and save $$.
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