Originally Posted by geoffwood
Maybe because a two year old iPhone, unlike most Android Phones, is running the current OS and is upgradeable to IOS6. Now in the world of Android, you have a point. Jelly Bean is released and yet most phones are just now getting upgrades to ICS.
I'm no FanBoy, I have Android, IOS and Symbian phones, but I'll admit that iPhones have a much longer shelf life than their competitors.
Right, like the 3GS could be upgraded to whatever iOS version it was that turned the phone into a brick, where you couldn't even dial. That it CAN be upgraded does not mean that it SHOULD.
How's Siri working on the iPhone 4, by the way?