I like my 4S and the design. It feels like a solid/quality product (especially compared to the GS2 I had for work. I am decently happy with the battery life, but my iPhone 4 was better, the GS2 was worse than the 4S.
Like:So, what are the things you like or dislike about iOS?
limited file types supported: only mp3, wav (although i don't think anyone uses this anymore), aac, alac, mp4, mov.If that is the case why don't you elaborate on your opinions and find reasons instead of just blabbering out one sentence posts? There has to be reasons behind your opinion.
I'd also add to that last dislike-notch a "lack of a menu" button. It's nice to just enter any app's settings right then and there. Can't do that on iOS usually.iOS Likes
-Uniform makes coding really easy and thus produces a ton of higher quality apps with the same look and feel.
-Feels very zippy
-App selection is great for games and pretty much everything else. See point 1 for why
-Everything is integrated in the ecosystem
-Notifications are not as good as Android. I didn't realize how annoying it was that I couldn't clear a notification by swiping away.
-Home screen is the same as 4 years go when the iPhone launched plus the wallpaper change in iOS4. Needs something different as a splash page to feel a bit fresher.
-System Level toggles are not available. For example, to turn Bluetooth or Wi-Fi on, you've got to dig through menus. On android, it's push the toggle widget which is fantastic.
-Looks sleek as hell. I still like the design even though most people find it stale
-Feels like a premium product
-Screensize is far too small. As I previously stated many times before, 4" is the sweet spot between mobility and size (which is probably why the new iPhone is set to be this size.)
-Actual Back button. When in just iOS, you don't realize how much you miss the back button until you don't have one. I was fine without one when I had my iPhone. Went to Android and Windows Phone and got really into using my new iPad and sometimes i just wish i had the back button.
-______-the real reason I like this phone so much is that it just works.
1. Many apps are available which can open file types which aren't natively supported.1. limited file types supported: only mp3, wav (although i don't think anyone uses this anymore), aac, alac, mp4, mov.
2. jailbreaking: required to tweak/customize iOS.
3. iTunes: hate it and how you're basically forced to use it for certain things.