Every time a new smartphone gets announced or goes on sale this happens:
This guy: “Oh, you have a yPhone?”
That guy: “Yeah, it’s great.”
This guy: “Great if you like oppression and overblown hype. For those of us who value freedom and aren’t idiots, only the FandroidFone running the Pickle-Weed 4.0 mobile OS from Scroogle will do.”
That guy: “FandroidFone? Bah! We yPhone owners are part of a customer-centric global brand: Crapple. Crapple seamlessly blends synergistic international sub-lingual marketing paradigms, devices made from durable materials that never break, like steel and…glass, and minimalistic Bauhaus-inspired stores that confuse the hell out of anybody over the age of 30. Plus U2 will play at my kid’s birthday party. For free!”
The other guy: “Hey, I own a Blingdows phone which is better than both of yours cause it’s got a cinema quality camera and a home screen that has a radically new way to present a grid of small squares. It presents them as rectangles. Also, we have our own white walled, wooden floored stores popping up everywhere too so bite it fanboys!”
Please. Phone people. It’s only a phone. If you want to argue amongst yourselves you may, but do it where nobody else has to listen to you.