MacLife Magazine Reviews the ‘Droid.
Being a person who drank the kool aid that Apple is selling, I am a lover of Mac computers.Â One of the publications that I receive at home regularly is MacLife, a rag dedicated to, you guessed, all things Mac.Â I opened the February issue and was intrigued to find that the staff of MacLife had dedicated a section to a review of the Verizon Droid.
I was intrigued because a major Mac publication was giving an Android device some precious page space.Â Not to mention the time to reviewing a product that has nothing to do with the focus of their publication.
The review itself, which may not surprise you, said the Verizon Droid was not that great of a handset.Â I beg to differ of course, but what less can we expect from a publication that is lock, stock and barrel for the iPhone?Â Not much more.
Why is this important for the Android Army?Â Because it shows that Apple fanboys are taking notice that Android is becoming something that people are choosing to use instead of the iPhone.Â It shows that Android is a real threat now, and the industry as a whole is waking up.
If you have opportunity, check the review out in the latest edition of MacLife.Â Have a good chuckle at the criticisms of the Droid, then smile because it sounds so much like Apple fanboy’s barking at something they fear just a bit.
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