Sorry, but unless you're talking about paying for the UI (which I agree is superior) Apple products just don't measure up to most others in functionality (imho). And yes I own a number of i-devices but still feel like they are (comparatively) overpriced. Your statement, however, does ring very true from a "look I have an iPhone, iPod, iWhatever" point of view. They're simply some kind of status symbol to most people. How else do you explain the fact that the majority of iPhone users leave the ubiquitous ANCIENT default ringtone on their devices?
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