But, to answer your unrelated question. The Galaxy Nexus, (older the the iphone4s), is better for web browsing (flash Flash doesn't make it better. Flash is essentially an obsolete and outmoded format, your battery must not like you very much either.
, full HD screen The iPhone far surpasses the Nexus in terms of pixel density, so in that sense it is greater than high definition.
, larger screen I'd say this isn't really a good point, otherwise I'd bring the iPad in and say 'Larger screen' herp derp. Tablets employ larger screens.
, faster browsing Safari is faster than Chrome, look it up.
, text reflow Oh noes, Apple doesn't cosy up to adobe.
), better for watching videos (large organic LED screen with better contrast and full HD The IPS Retina is of far higher quality than that of the Nexus or indeed any other phone currently on the market. Even the most critical of reviews of the 4S agree on that.
, also true 16:9 screen The pixel density of the iPhone combined with the fact that they don't want to alienate a massive portion of their app base means that they are not going to change screen ratios.
, and drag and drop of files Its a phone, not a full on computer. This is an invalid critique.
), better for facebook (faster app Proof?
, deep facebook integreation iOS 6. (Twitter integration also)
, and live dynamic facebook widgets Ok 'widgets', personally when I quit an App I only want a brief notification of it, I don't want a complex and busy mess that so often comes with widgets
), better for sat nav (free voice guided google sat nav with streetview iOS 6 streetview, but again, iOS 5 and below has google maps.
), better for music (wireles itunes sync for those that way inclined but also easy drag and drop You can drag and drop music in iTunes?
, and free music apps for free music album art and lyrics, with louder speaker iPhone music speaker is ****, I'll give you that. But I'll put it down to the design of the thing.
), better for quicker acccess to all the things i need from a smartphone (due to live dynamic widgets on homescreens making all the info i need instantly availabe rather than having to load apps which then poll data), better for customisation (like it or not many of us normal users prefer to customise are phones to tailor our needs Well clearly not enough of you to damage the massive slice of the market one hardware manufacturer possesses. As I said before, it seems this sort of thing is tailored to people who like to micromanage stuff. Apples stuff just 'works' right out of the box, there is no need to micromanage.
Also, the nexus is faster in every day use than the iphone4S Want to show us some actual measurements?
, and for me personally and which is a subective matter, is much more fluid, polished and consistent compared to my old iphone 4 UI (which is the same as the 4S pretty much). Not to mention things i wanted such as NFC contactless payments Useless
, changeable batterys I'll get onto this..
, and more free apps availabe in the app store.Of poor or unverified quality not to mention able to compromise the security of the phone.