FEAR DEM CLAWZ!
I'll update my sig when Mitchturbo opens his Sig Shop again as i lost all my sigs : (
Yeah, jail breaking adds customization. But nowhere as near as Android.
Main: Ardon lvl 41 Operative
-Unlimited Pandora Skips - No ads
-Customization on a Retina display (Retina display is amazing).
-Way more apps than Android will ever have (Google Play is terrible; needs more organization and needs a better app review process)
-Better Camera (it seems megapixels don't even matter. I don't care if ones phone has 14 megapixels; my iPhone stil takes better pictures at 5 megapixels)
Might I also add, unjailbreaking is as simple as an iTunes restore. And if you're not a caveman, normally you can do it without Apple knowing. Besides, who uses their warranty anyways. The only thing warranty covers is factory malfunctions)
... Thats my screen...
Edit: and thats a droid....★★★
Sent from my Galaxy Note.
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Also, don't forget, you can root an android device. You're comparing a jail broken iPhone, to an unrooted android phone, which really isn't a fair match up. I've owned 7+ different android phones, and I currently own a jailbroken iPhone. No doubt android can be customized far more than an iPhone, jailbroken or not.
I can say this because I recently upgraded my X to a Nexus after almost going to an iPhone. The differences are ridiculous! I feel like I have never truly owned a smartphone and am more than happy with my decision.
CrimsonTider ~ 71 Bear :: Crim ~ 71 Birdie
I know Androids can be rooted (I personally don't care for rooted androids though). I was comparing a jailbroken iDevice to unrooted Androids because others on the thread made the point that they can customize without breaking their warranty and saying that there was basically no customization with iDevices - flat.
I personally like the Nexus 7. It seems like an awesome device! Sorry for the double posties.