I’ve owned all versions of the iPhones over the years, also a HTC Desire just previously to purchasing my iPhone 4. I’m getting desperately bored. I keep looking at Android (ala 2.2) and the innovations / interesting new features they’re added, such as the “Google Intents” and i can’t quite see why Apple aren’t as exciting. Don’t get me wrong, Android has some serious limitations in itself. Until 2.2 is widely available and developers have reacted to the ability to store applications on a storage card, the Marketplace is going to stay where it is.. Ever so slightly behind the app store, although this will be overcome in the next 12 months as development ramps up. Still.. I can’t help but feel i prefer Android.. I won’t go back to it mind, purely due to the disparity in applications. I just can’t get excited about iOS anymore, nothing about it is moving forward for me. Nothing exciting about it has ever been added, it’s stayed relatively the same since it’s inception.. Where is the innovation and forward thinking displayed on it’s release.. Heres the main things ii can do extra since i had my iPhone 2G.. - Copy and paste - Record video - Make folders - SMS - Threaded email - Video chat Hardly earth shattering additions to the operating system.. Granted, Apple tend to do these new features in a way that is much better than the competition, but that still doesn’t change the fact that innovation has been incredibly limited. Where is the cloud to device messaging stuff (ala Google Intents), where is my mobile wifi hotspot feature, ability to refund applications within 1-2 weeks of purchase, voice recognition... Where are the new ideas from Apple.. I also own a 27" iMac - when you look at Mac OSX it's pretty clear that they've stayed quite relevant and ahead when it comes to Desktop OS, with companies like Microsoft looking to clone allot of features they add as a result. TimeMachine is a prime example of that, now that's innovation.. Why don't do see this in their iOS. God knows, they’ve got enough talent, time and money to come up with some.. Why is Android forging ahead in that respect, when Apple had quite a jump on it before we even saw the G1. I still love my iPhone 4.. I still think Android has to tighten a couple of bolts.. But it’s really not going to be long till Android matures completely, steams ahead in majority of respects and leaves me looking at iPhone’s thinking.. “Great p hones, nice OS.. But just lagging behind”.