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Old Feb 16, 2012, 12:13 PM   #1
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so happy with my iPhone, I should have never left to Android

Over the past year or so, I have gone back and forth between Android phone and iPhone. It started when I got the Infuse, I really liked it but it would freeze up alot. Went back to iPhone4. Then more recently, got the Galaxy SII Skyrocket, not as much freezing with that phone but it just didn't work as fluidly as the iPhone. It didn't feel right in the hands.

Eventually, I returned it and picked up the new iPhone4S. Now I am happier than ever. It runs flawlessly, it looks great, Siri is awesome, and it feels so awesome in my hands. And i'm back to being an iPhone user. I will never leave again. I am happy.
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