[Funny & True] How smartphone users see other smartphone users – iPhone vs Android vs BlackBerry

Ever seen a Mac vs PC discussion thread online? Or iPhone vs Android? Or Nikon vs Canon? You get the idea. Some people just don’t see what else is in the world and will – no matter the cost – defend their own choice of product over any of the competition. What many people seem to forget is that their choice of product might not be the best choice for everybody else…

So, when I found this very cool image, made by C-Section Comics, I just had to show it to you all! It’s how we as iPhone users see Android and BlackBerry users. How Android users see iPhone and BlackBerry users and then, of course, also how BlackBerry users see iPhone and Android users.

What do you think? I think it’s pretty straight on – as Homer Simpson would have said, “it’s funny cause it’s true!”.

9 thoughts on “[Funny & True] How smartphone users see other smartphone users – iPhone vs Android vs BlackBerry”

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  2. That’s classic!

    I would say it’s dead on.

    The dino is awesome and I once even had a iPhone use tell me that everytime he picks up his old blackberry, it feels like he’s gone back to the prehistoric ages.

    My problem is that I like them ALL. I have a BB and a iPhone and I’m sure I’ll get suckered in by some sexy Android phone before it’s all said and done.

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  4. This is too funny, but I am like Rob, I love them all. I had a hard time deciding which phone to get, since I love them all. 🙂

  5. I have a Nokia… don’t we warrant a mention ?
    Actually no… I am about to replace it with a Blackberry
    Poor Nokia Poor Finland … going down the drain real fast.

  6. Chocolates rock when they float in my bath tub . phoooza thursday even though its sunday…….f-uck the iphone blackberry and android my nokia 3510i will call circles around them.

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