The Verizon iPhone just zoomed past the 1 million devices-sold mark, and according to Verizon CFO Fran Shammo, the "launch has gone flawlessly." But that doesn't mean the carrier's love of Droid devices is waning.
The iPhone is coming to Verizon, and everyone is already sounding the death knell on AT&T. But how are actual consumers reacting to the news? To find out, we sought help from social media analytics firm Crimson Hexagon, which analyzed 78,000 tweets during the announcement.
The value proposition for the Droid appears to be very strong. I like the idea of watching NFL highlights on the smart-phone, using it as a GPS, taking great pictures with the 8meg camera, or reading the NY Times easily on the larger screen. And yet, I haven't made the switch. What is wrong with me?