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Further... Apple stopped supporting the 3G just 10 months after selling it as a brand new phone. They did the same with the 3GS.
So, while it's great that you can currently run the latest iOS on an iPhone 4 (even though many of the new features don't work), you better hurry... that iPhone 4 you can buy right now from Apple is probably going to be unsupported in a few months and will not get any new iOS updates.
Fair point...but none of Google's features would be neutered on those iPhones...
Except... they already are. Google maps for iOS is missing multiple features from the Android version, which I had previously listed. Terrain, bike routes (something Apple hipsters would probably love! ), indoor maps, offline maps, night mode, etc.
Not deal breakers in most cases, but still "neutered" for 100% of iPhones.
Let's be honest; the people rocking an Android 2.3 or lower device at this point probably don't really care that much anyway, and wouldn't be looking to use the newest features available. Same goes for people with older iPhones, they're happy with their device because they don't know any better. The only way those people will ever upgrade is when their phone physically breaks and they're forced to get an upgrade...and then they STILL won't use most of the new features.
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