Android is good, but Apple is the unifying King!
I have an Epic Touch 4g on Sprint, that I brought day one (pre-ordered) even though most knowledge at that time pointed towards a new iPhone with a rumored bigger screen. I did this because I generally like Android. It is a capable operating system that runs smooth on most high end phones but I am apart of the "Apple EcoSystem". I own a Macbook Pro 15inch and iPod touch 32gb (4th generation) and I use them for music and videos. All my music comes from itunes (I feel that illegal downloading is wrong because you should support your artist) and so does most of my video unless I "rip" a dvd. This presents a problem. I MUST carry my iPod with me if I want to listen to music or watch video. This is ok but sometimes annoying. I have to do this because its hard to put music and videos on Android. You must drag and drop files over a wired connection, and your video can't have drm. But Apple makes everything so simple with iCloud that sometimes I really feel like switching to the 4s. Android doesn't have a unified simple method for video purchasing and music downloading. If only there were a simple way to connect your phone to the computer over wifi and sync video and music. Android has google play but it only works mainly for music. Video can only be rented (a problem for me) and most android devices have poorly executed apps. Such as the apps on Android tablets look exactly like the phone version in most cases. Never taking advantage of the screen real-estate. That is why, when the iPhone 5 is announced as much as I love Android I will be buying that phone. It pains me to say it but it is time. Apple clearly has everything for me and their app selection tends to be better. Even more so, they won me over in the tablet category because I will be getting an iPad sometime this summer around my birthday. Looks like Android and Google has lost a user. Sorry Android community but I need a clean, streamlined interface that works with all my platforms of computing.