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Re: Android VS iPhone from 2007-2012
Just showing him the home screens won't help him make an informed decision. "don't judge a book by it's cover"
Just tell him that if he wants a phone that will do pretty much everything a "typical user" wants right out of the box with virtually no tinkering or learning of the system and he can deal with the fact that most things are "locked" and you have to to it Apple's way (not saying thats a bad thing, Apple does know how to make things easy on the user i.e. visual voicemail, universal inbox, app compatibility, cloud syncronization, etc) then get an iPhone
If he wants a phone that he can customize endlessly to do a load of different things (typical use to atypical use) but is willing to deal with a long initial setup, slow learning curve, and fragmentation of OS then go with Android.