Pros You don't lose your service constantly.
Droids were constantly wigging out on me, iPhone hasn't yet.
LOVE the cloud!
Clear voice and people hear me loud and clear.
Cons NO 4G!!!
Can't access anything online while on the phone but that's what the iPad is for, right?
Expensive. Microsoft charges you every which way possible.
I feel cheap. Ha Ha! Microsoft got me finally and they'll eventually get you too.
Summary I swore by Androids and refused to give in the icrowd. But let's face it Androids have issues. I bought the new Droid Razr and it had so many issues it was replaced with a refurbished in the first 15 days. I went through 5 refurbished before I gave up. 4G LTE has major issues so I can see why Apple doesn't want to affiliated with it. I love the simplicity and smooth operation of the iPhone. They sold me on their products with the iPad. So, it wasn't a question what my new phone was going to be. Love the icloud and linking all my music, videos, etc. to all my devices.
Pros nice and the screen protector helps slide icons and screen with finger.
Cons will work on being able to remove an app. Have not tried yet.
Summary going well so far.
Pros Great cell
Cons Application for wifi hack
Summary iPhone WiFi Hack
Pros Retina display is amazing and makes the camera appear light years ahead of competitors. Feels like a piece of artwork in your hand - no plastic. Touch response of the iPhone trumps every other phone on the market.
Cons Lack of customization. Lock screen only tells you the time and minor updates. Antenna issue.
Summary The iPhone 4 is by far the most incredible phone to ever hit the market. The pro's could be listed for hours and the cons are far and few between. There are so many devices that the phone makes irrelevant. For instance, you'll never need your digital camera again. Brooke spoke about the progress of cell phone cameras (specifically the iPhone) and how they're making other devices irrelevant at CellPig - http://cellpig.com/blog/information/will-cell-phones-take-over-digital-cameras/
Pros -- Touchpad interface
-- Good wi-fi
-- Screen brightness adaptability in various ambient light.
Cons -- As a phone, people have said my calls break up a lot with 2 bars.
-- A bit heavy.
-- Battery depletes more quickly if you don't have it set up properly - power management.
Summary Overall, I have to say I am disappointed in some aspects of this (iPhone 4) phone's performance. Especially since I have had Verizon Wireless for a long time now and I have been generally quite happy with them as a whole. Expect that this phone with weaker signal's in some coverage's areas will break up and your calling receiver might complain about YOU "breaking up". I've always heard them though just fine. Also, the call may just drop entirely. I can understand Consumer Reports NOT recommending this phone. It is really an Apple iPad or mini Apple laptop in disguise of which it does that really well. I do like the many, unlimited apps that one could use limited by its memory capacity. The wi-fi is great. It is fast with the internet overall. I also just previous to this iPhone 4, had LG's (Dare & EnV Touch) and they were much much better at hanging onto a weaker signal call in my home and so on. Consider this if you really find the need for better phone calling reliability vs. as a mini laptop. Hopefully, Apple will do better will it's next successor the 5 version this fall?