2,4,5,6,7- I believe (in fact, I'm certain of this) Apple designs its products to the majority of people. Most of these people are non-technical of mind, using tools as they come without any desire to modify them once turned on I was speaking for myself and some of my users when I was expressing my disappointment. I do understand that nothing can be everything for everyone; hence a few of us are moving to Android phones at the end of this month.
3.Ill get my hands on a 4S and check the video output capabilities and get back to you.
8.I understand all your safety concerns, though I do not understand your reasoning (from the safety point of view) of BT versus wired. Personally I dont use either; I was adding some of my users complains. There is definitely a benefit of using less power out of the battery, but it should be the prerogative of the users to turn off or on BT radio as they already do with other services that shorten battery life. Apple and for that matter any other phone maker, should not put themselves in the nanny position where they get to choose what they believe is best for users as every person has different needs and tastes. This of course unless youre talking about a batlant safety risk or harm to the users.
9.Ill find the offending attachments and send them out to you.
10. Apologies accepted; thanks for that.
The number of issues described by me here are the result of our experience with a mostly iOS shop (iPhone 4). As some of our users will migrate to Android soon I will have more base criteria to compare both platforms. Maybe we can re-take the discussion in one year or so.
We will check Windows phone for sure as we like to test everything; our wireless carriers rep always gives us the opportunity to do so.
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